Talking Heads will appear at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sept. 11 for the premiere of A24’s new 4K restoration of “Stop Making Sense.”
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Talking Heads concert film “Stop Making Sense” is getting a new worldwide 4K theatrical release and an accompanying expanded reissue.
The output of Fun Boy Three — formed by Terry Hall, Lynval Golding and Neville Staple after they left The Specials — will be collected in a new 5CD/DVD box set.
David Byrne slipped back into the Big Suit in a fun promo for A24’s upcoming rerelease of Jonathan Demme’s Talking Heads concert film “Stop Making Sense.”
David Byrne whipped out the “Everything Everywhere All At Once” hot dog fingers at the Oscars to perform “This Is a Life” with Son Lux and Stephanie Hsu.
Rhino Records will release expanded vinyl editions of three 1981 albums by Talking Heads members on Record Store Day, including David Byrne’s full “The Catherine Wheel” score.
Former Talking Heads member Jerry Harrison and sideman Adrian Belew have expanded their tour performing the band’s classic 1980 album Remain In Light.
There’s a refreshing optimism to Chris Frantz’s new memoir “Remain in Love,” a positivity that beams through its pages as the drummer recounts, with some amazement, career highlights like touring with the Ramones, befriending the B-52’s and playing thrilling concerts with the big-band version of Talking Heads,
David Byrne returned to “Saturday Night Live” last night for his third appearance in four decades, performing the Talking Heads classic “Once in a Lifetime” and the far more obscure cut “Toe Jam,” which he recorded in 2008 with Fatboy Slim’s The Brighton Port Authority project. Watch those clips and more right here.
David Byrne spent much of 2018 on the road with his highly inventive stage performance built around that year’s American Utopia, and now the former Talking Heads frontman will reprise that show during extended runs in Boston and on Broadway in New York City. Full details right here.
David Byrne graced the stage of Friday night’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremony in Brooklyn, inducting a band — Radiohead — that took its name from a song he wrote — “Radio Head” — for the Talking Heads’ 1986 companion album to the film “True Stories.” Watch the full speech right here.
Looks like David Byrne got into town a little early ahead of his concert in Portland, Ore., so he popped into the Alibi Tiki Lounge late Saturday night to do a little karaoke. His selection? Prince’s incomparable 1984 smash “When Doves Cry,” which you can watch right here via Instagram user talkheadtalk.
David Byrne stopped by “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Friday night to perform current single “Everybody’s Coming To My House,” and, in the process, show off his highly inventive, and very much untethered, stage show. Byrne and his wireless band roamed the stage, then joined Colbert at his desk.