wayne coyne

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Thirty-five years into his career, the frontman talks longevity and what makes him tick.
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The Flaming Lips frontman discusses his new album, "Oczy Mlody."
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Last night I sat with six thousand friends, many of them complete strangers, and celebrated the life and music of David Bowie. The event was the annual tribute concert series put on by the remarkable Michael Dorf of City Winery.
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"Between us, there's not much that's going to get in our way. It doesn't mean the music's going to be good, but we'll just keep trying and trying."
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It made perfect sense when Jameson Irish Whiskey and the Cabin Down Below Band teamed up for Brian Fest, a night to celebrate the music of Brian Wilson to benefit Sweet Relief Musicians Fund.
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"I saw Laurie Anderson in Germany once, leaving a hotel with Lou Reed," Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne recounted in a
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During her performance at last Wednesday's Art Basel, Miley Cyrus performed a new song titled "The Twinkle Song." Wearing
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To start from the beginning, why was this something you wanted to do? It happened a little bit by accident and a little bit
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All the events that are put on by the Best Fest are both a celebration of music as well as a communal concert experience that is shared between fans as well as a plethora of incredible musicians that come together.
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Cyrus and Coyne have performed together on her tour, singing the Flaming Lips' "Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots." But last
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Miley Cyrus: newfound feminist icon? It might seem that way given the activity at a recent stop on Cyrus' Bangerz Tour in
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Apparently, studio time isn't all work, no play for Miley Cyrus. The "We Can't Stop" star hit the studio with Flaming Lips
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"The idea behind the video is how an obsession, good or bad, can easily end up controlling you," says Jordan Mayland. "A song, a relationship, a situation, life, death, a person, the thing you thought you had control of ends up really controlling you."
New York
It was a co-headlining bill that may seem obtuse at first, rising Australian buzz band, Tame Impala on the same level as psychedelic indie legends, The Flaming Lips, but the match-up worked just right.
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"That song is kind of about growing up in the nineties. The story that it follows is like there's all this stuff going on in the world, but it's really just about growing up and falling love and the things you do when you're young."
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So it shouldn't be surprising that Coyne has decided to dip his toes into the world of comics with his very NSFW graphic
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I'm stunned. Truly didn't expect this catchy-as-hell glam rock raveup from the Purple Dood. Restores all the faith I'd lost in him these past few years about the ability to write any memorable jukebox tunes.
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The singer later tweeted an apology to anyone "inconvenienced" by the debacle: Celebrity Photos Of The Week: You can't even