It was a big-bang moment for the Talking Heads.
This list traces David Byrne's journeyed away from – and then right back to – the sounds that made him famous in the Talking Heads.
David Byrne pays tribute to Jonathan Demme, the late director of the Talking Heads' 'Stop Making Sense.'
An 'Austin City Limits' performance by Talking Heads co-founder David Byrne is set for be released on vinyl by New West Records on June 2.
David Byrne's second post-Talking Heads solo album was a more seamless blend of world and Western music.
"I’d read about certain experiments that labs had done, and my immediate thought was ‘I want to do that,'" recalled Byrne. "'I want to be the subject. I want to see what that’s like.’"
The B-52's agreed to have David Byrne produce their third album. But the two sides had a falling out during the sessions, which resulted in a shorter EP.
Once again, David Byrne has shot down the idea of a Talking Heads reunion.
As David Byrne worked on this collaboration with choreographer/dancer Twyla Tharp, the Talking Heads began to filter back onto his creative path.
After nearly a decade of solo work, members of the Talking Heads were ready to get back together. The only problem? Frontman David Byrne wasn’t one of them.