Watch Brian Wilson, Weird Al, Brandon Flowers, Conan O’Brien, & More Cover George Harrison At George Fest

Last night, an all-star cast of artists piled into L.A.’s Fonda Theatre to pay tribute to the late Beatle George Harrison. The event, George Fest, was a benefit for the Jameson Neighborhood Fund and proceeds for this particular show went to Sweet Relief and helping out L.A. area musicians. George Fest featured (deep breath) Brian Wilson, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Norah Jones, Spoon’s Britt Daniel, Perry Farrell, the Killers’ Brandon Flowers and Mark Stoermer, the Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd, Heart’s Ann Wilson, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Cold War Kids, George’s son Dhani Harrison, and members of the Strokes, the Cult, Weezer, Velvet Revolver, and Guster. Conan O’Brien, who hosted a George Harrison week on his show all last week, also performed. Below, watch fan-made videos of Brian Wilson doing “My Sweet Lord,” Conan O’Brien doing “Old Brown Shoe,” “Weird Al” Yankovic doing “What Is Life,” and a whole mess of other videos. Plus, the setlist.

UPDATE: Here’s a professionally-shot version of “Here Comes The Sun,” which will be featured in the upcoming concert film about the Fest:


“Awaiting On You All” – The Cabin Down Below Band
“Old Brown Shoe” – Conan O’Brien, with Jimmy Vivino
“If I Needed Someone” – Jamestown Revival
“For You Blue” – Chase Cohl with Brian Bell of Weezer
“Isn’t It A Pity” – The Black Ryder with Eric Pulido of Midlake
“If Not For You” – Erika Wennerstrom of Heartless Bastards
“Any Road” – Butch Walker
“Be Here Now” – Ian Astbury
“Art Of Dying” – Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
“Taxman” – Cold War Kids
“I Me Mine” – Britt Daniel & Alex Fischel, with Steve Drozd of The Flaming Lips
“I’d Have You Anytime” – Karen Elson with Norah Jones
“Give Me Love (Peace On Earth)” – Ben Harper
“What Is Life” – Weird Al Yankovic
“Let It Down” – Dhani Harrison with Jimmy Vivino, Mark Stoermer of The Killers, Stephen Perkins of Jane’s Addiction, Jonathan Bates of Big Black Delta, and Aaron Embry
“Ballad Of Sir Frankie Crisp” – Jonathan Bates of Big Black Delta with, Dhani Harrison with Jimmy Vivino, Mark Stoermer of The Killers, Stephen Perkins of Jane’s Addiction, Aaron Embry
“Savoy Truffle” – Dhani Harrison
“Wah-Wah” – Nick Valensi of The Strokes, Matt Sorum
“It’s All Too Much” – Wayne Coyne & Steve Drozd of The Flaming Lips, with Gingger Shankar, Pat Sansone of Wilco
“Here Comes The Sun” – Perry Farrell with Etty Farrell, Wayne Coyne & Steve Drozd of The Flaming Lips, Norah Jones, Karen Elson
“Behind That Locked Door” – Norah Jones
“Something” – Norah Jones with Karen Elson, Jillette Johson
“Beware Of Darkness” – Ann Wilson with Matt Sorum
“Got My Mind Set On You” – Brandon Flowers with Dhani Harrison
“My Sweet Lord” – Brian Wilson & Al Jardine, with Perry Farrell, Norah Jones, Karen Elson, Elvis Perkins, Ryan Miller of Guster, Jimmy Vivino, Wayne Coyne, Britt Daniel of Spoon
“Handle With Care” (GRAND FINALE) – Dhani Harrison, Britt Daniel of Spoon, Jonathan Bates of Big Black Delta, Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, Brandon Flowers, Weird Al Yankovic, et al
“All Things Must Pass” (GRAND FINALE) – Dhani Harrison, Ann Wilson, Karen Elson, Norah Jones, et al

The George Harrison box set The Apple Years 1968-75 is out now on Universal Music Group.

[Photo by Frazer Harrison, via Getty]