Radiohead raises money for Haiti relief

Tickets to L.A. show were auctioned to highest bidders

NEW YORK -- Radiohead played a Haiti benefit concert at Los Angeles' Music Box on Sunday night, and while the band performed favorites such as "Fake Plastic Trees," "Karma Police" and "Bodysnatchers," frontman Thom Yorke also did a solo version of "Lotus Flower," a new song he debuted in the fall with his other band consisting of Flea, Nigel Godrich, Joey Waronker and Mauro Refosco.

Tickets for Radiohead's Haiti benefit concert were auctioned off to the highest bidders, with the most expensive one going for $2,000. When all was said and done, Yorke announced that the show had raised a total of $572,754 for Oxfam. has the full set list.