Born in 1912, this year would mark Woody Guthrie's 100th if he was alive today. So, as people tend to do on big and small anniversaries, The Flaming Lips and Jackson Browne performed a little tribute to the folk legend at the This Land Is Your Land concert in Tulsa, Okla. Together, the pair of artists played Guthrie's "Along in the Sun and Rain."
Browne held onto guitar duties, but the Lips took a more modern approach, with each member--except Wayne Coyne, also on guitar--rocking out on iPads. Pretty interesting way to celebrate Guthrie's music, no? The video quality is fine, and the audio is listenable. Check out the clip below, where they also do a rendition of the Flaming Lips' "Do You Realize??" [CoS]