The annual Tibet House U.S. Benefit Concert has revealed its 2019 lineup. According to Brooklyn Vegan, The lineup boasts Margo Price, Jon Batiste, New Order’s Bernard Sumner, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, and Tibetan artist Tenzin Choegyal, with more artist to be announced at a later date. The benefit show will take place on February 7th at Carnegie Hall, with tickets being available to purchase here. The 2019 edition will mark the 32nd year of the annual benefit concert, with this year’s lineup including Blood Orange, Angel Olsen, and Patti Smith. Previous performers include Iggy Pop, New Order, FKA Twigs, and Philip Glass.
Featured performer Margo Price, recently released the music video to her Amazon original song “Leftovers,” featured on “Produced By” series, a new series that provides Amazon Original music developed to spotlight today’s community of producers working behind the scenes to develop the best in music. It pairs producers with a collection of some of today’s top artists across various genres to create exclusive, new recordings for Amazon Music listeners. Price was also recently announced to play Arizona’s Mcdowell Mountain Music Festival, along with Odesza, Empire of the Sun, Kurt Vile & The Violators, and Toro y Moi in Phoenix, Arizona.
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