Steve Jobs' MTV O Music Awards Tribute Features Flaming Lips, Beatles, iPads

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In honor of his own "revolution," Steve Jobs will be honored with the famous Beatles tune during MTV's O Music Awards.

After previously announcing a tribute a tribute to the Apple co-founder and digital music pioneer, MTV has released more details about the salute taking place during the Oct. 31 festivities.

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The Flaming Lips taped a performance of the Beatles' "Revolution" ahead of the streaming awards, and the performance was filmed entirely on iPads.

And, in addition to previously announced performers Kelly Clarkson, Demi Lovato and Odd Future’s Tyler the Creator, Robyn will now headline the main stage at the undisclosed Los Angeles venue for the show.

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Alabama Shakes, which enjoyed a lot of attention from their performance at CMJ, have also been added to the bill.

As previously reported, the live multiplatform event is scheduled to begin Oct. 31 at 11:30 p.m. ET, streaming on OMusicAwards.com.

MTV will broadcast the opening of the show, with the complete event available across MTV Music Group websites -- including MTV.com, VH1.com, CMT.com, LogoTV.com and MTVHive.com.

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