There's no word yet if she's going to take a seat at the signature white piano again, but Lady Gaga has signed on to perform at one of the Yoko Ono's Plastic Ono Band concerts taking place in Los Angeles in October.
According to Ono's website, Gaga will join a star-studded list for a pair of We Are Plastic Ono Band shows at the Orpheum Theater on October 1 and 2 that will include performances by John Lennon's widow, Jane's Addiction singer Perry Farrell, Wu-Tang Clan's RZA, experimental solo artist Tune-Yards, punk icon Iggy Pop and Lennon's youngest son, Sean. The shows will take place a week before what would have been John Lennon's 70th birthday and will presumably include tributes the the ex-Beatle.
Gaga is slated to take the stage on the second night on a bill that also features married Sonic Youth duo Kim Gordon and Thurston Moore. Among the other acts listed on the poster promoting the show: Cornelius, actress Carrie Fisher, director/actor Vincent Gallo, Harper Simon, Mike Watt, Nels Cline, Yuka Honda and Haruomi Hosono.
Though her name stands out on the bill, Gaga's inclusion is not that unusual. She performed "Imagine," Lennon's signature song of hope, at last October's Human Rights Campaign gathering in Washington, D.C., where she tweaked the song's lyrics a bit to make references to the 1998 murder of gay college student Matthew Shepard.
To celebrate Lennon's birthday on October 9, Ono is hosting a series of events and a Plastic Ono Band concert in Iceland. EMI will reissue spiffed-up versions of Lennon's solo albums on October 5, along with some previously unreleased home recordings.