Perform 'Lean On Me' on The Colbert Report

Brian Eno joined an impromptu rendition of 'Lean On Me' during an appearance on the Colbert Report.

Forty years after his first appearance with Roxy Music, Brian Eno remains a fascinating, unpredictable character. Very much a non-musician, the producer deals in ideas, helping to push past creative barriers.

Recently teaming up with the poet Rick Holland, the pair completed the collaborative album 'Drums Between Bells'.

Currently in the United States to appear at MOOGFEST, Brian Eno recently stopped by the Colbert Report. A satirical news programme, the producer chatted about his numerous ongoing projects.

Unheard tracks from the Rick Holland project were recently given a full release, with the EP 'Panic Of Looking' expanding on the album's groundbreaking themes.

While on the show, Brian Eno was invited to perform an impromptu rendition of 'Lean On Me'. Fellow guest Michael Stipe was busy discussing the R.E.M. split but took time out to add his unmistakeable voice alongside host Stephen Colbert.

Watch the clip below...

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