Audience delight in Kinks tracks at Carnegie Hall

Ray Davies,Sufjan Stevens and Band Of Horses were among the acts who performed during a Tibet House benefit at legendary New York venue Carnegie Hall last night (February 13).

In addition to new songs ‘They Ain’t Gonna Listen To Me’ and ‘In A Moment’, the former Kinks man played classic tracks ‘Lola’ and a short version of ‘Days’ as well as ‘All Day And All Of The Night’ during which he was joined onstage by Stevens, Band Of Horses, Tom Verlaine and more.

Stevens also treated the audience to some new material with the track ‘Barn Owl, Night Killer’.

Tibet House is “dedicated to the proposition that the wisdom and arts of all human civilizations vitally enrich the emerging global culture”, with a focus on Tibetan people and history.

–By our New York staff.

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