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David Byrne and St. Vincent take an album that didn’t always work and successfully transformed it into a living, breathing piece of musical theatre full of personality, quirk, iintelligence and humour.
Former Talking Head David Byrne may’ve found his musical soulmate in St. Vincent's Annie Clark.
David Byrne will be headlining the fifth annual MONA FOMA festival in Hobart next year, joined on-stage by St. Vincent.
Folk-country icon Will Oldham and Talking Heads frontman David Byrne have teamed up to create The Pieces of Shit.
Billy Corgan and David Byrne have signed up to be psychoanalysed live onstage in New York next month.
Norman Cook and an all-star cast join forces on this concept album.
Theirs was not a masterpiece of choreography, at least not in any traditional sense; it was reminiscent of a bunch of poorly cloned zombie robots performing interpretive dance.
With their first collaboration in 30 years Byrne and Eno have put together a wonderful blend of gospel and electronic sounds for us to indulge our need for boundary-pushing pop.