Garbage lead singer Shirley Manson and other LA-based women artists will perform the work of Yoko Ono on Friday at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Ono’s career as a performance artist, singer, and peace activist spans more than 60 years. Manson says Ono taught her to smash any constructs put around her gender and age.
Rock star Shirley Manson on why Yoko Ono inspires her
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