The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne’s artwork will its debut at an upcoming exhibit at Baltimore’s American Visionary Art Museum.
The Flaming Lips are nothing if not adventurous.
Wayne Coyne accepted the ice bucket challenge in true Flaming Lips fashion.
Multi-instrumentalist Steven Drozd opens up about the next Flaming Lips' record.
While most of us were lounging around and enjoying BBQ and fireworks over the long July 4th weekend, Wayne Coyne and his new BFF Miley Cyrus got matching tattoos.
Was anyone too surprised that Wayne Coyne joined Miley Cyrus onstage last night for a performance of 'Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds'?
Having fronted the Flaming Lips for 30 years, Wayne Coyne has gotten to do many things, and with those many things have come even more stories. From rolling over audiences in his giant bubble to collaborating with the likes of Ke$ha, Yoko Ono and Erykah Badu, Coyne is the epitome of the eccentric rock star, and he has no plans to slow down.
We always knew that Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne was eccentric, but he's also a pretty bad packer. That, or he has an inconsiderate sense of humor when it comes to traveling. In news that has remained somewhat under the radar, until now, the singer showed up at the Will Rogers Airport in Oklahoma City last week with a grenade (or a replica of a grenade) on his person or in his luggage. It caused the airport to shut down and a horde of travelers to miss their flights. Needless to say, people were pissed!