An all-star lineup of artists paid tribute to George Harrison in Los Angeles last night, covering the late singer's solo and Beatles music.

Among those who paid tribute to Harrison at the Fonda Theatre: Brian Wilson, the Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne and Steve Drozd, "Weird Al" Yankovic, the Killers' Brandon Flowers and Conan O'Brien, who hosted a bunch of Harrison-related performances on his show last week (including songs by Paul Simon and Harrison's son Dhani).

You can watch Wilson (along with Beach Boys bandmate Al Jardine) lead an all-star performance of 'My Sweet Lord' above. Below, Yankovic covers 'What Is Life' and O'Brien himself plays the Beatles' 1969 song 'Old Brown Shoe.'

The tribute concert capped a busy week of Harrison events. In addition to the performances on O'Brien's show, all six of Harrison's Apple Records solo albums were released in a new box set, ‘The Apple Years 1968-75,′ which covers everything from the instrumental soundtrack to the movie 'Wonderwall' to the No. 1 classic 'All Things Must Pass' to some previously unreleased cuts.

"Weird Al" Yankovic Performs 'What Is Life'

Conan O'Brien Performs 'Old Brown Shoe'