This list traces David Byrne's journeyed away from – and then right back to – the sounds that made him famous in the Talking Heads.
Was Prince the heir to Jimi Hendrix? He was known to bristle at the analogy.
The Revolution's glory years with Prince – begun just three years earlier at an Aug. 3, 1983 show at First Avenue in Minneapolis – hadn't lasted long.
When Adam "MCA" Yauch died on May 4, 2012, it marked the end of the Beastie Boys – but not his lasting impact.
Sheila E.'s 'The Glamorous Life' might have seemed like another in the line of star vehicles for Prince's latest flame. Instead, it was the beginning of a deeply rewarding collaboration.
Songs were recorded using a vintage process powered by a pulley system, giving musicians roughly three minutes before a counterweight hits the floor.
A Flock of Seagulls' first album smartly combined several different rising aesthetics, including New Wave, post-punk and the New Romantics.
Bookended by standoffs with Virgin Records, 'Nonsuch' found XTC trying new things.
This tour follows a series of well-received recent North American jaunts, including dates with the Psychedelic Furs.
David Byrne pays tribute to Jonathan Demme, the late director of the Talking Heads' 'Stop Making Sense.'