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David Byrne Helps Arcade Fire Cover Suicide’s ‘Dream Baby Dream’

At their third and final show in Brooklyn, Arcade Fire pulled out all the stops and invited the Talking Heads frontman to the stage to help with their encore.

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80/35 Festival Announces 2013 Lineup: David Byrne and St. Vincent + Wu-Tang Clan to Headline

Iowa’s 80/35 festival, back for its sixth go-round, brings a wealth of live music to Western Gateway Park in downtown Des Moines on July 5-6. This year’s lineup features headliners David Byrne and St. Vincent and the Wu-Tang Clan, plus dozens of support acts.

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David Byrne and St. Vincent Play ‘Letterman,’ Perform ‘I Should Watch TV’

It's been more than four months since the David Byrne/St. Vincent love child known as 'Love This Giant' arrived, and the pair is still going strong. The Talking Heads frontman and the artist also known as Annie Clark just wrapped up a quick tour across Australia, and last night (Jan. 28) they took their backing brass section (along with a drummer and keyboardist) to the stage of the 'Late Show With David Letterman' to perform their 'Giant' tune 'I Should Watch TV.'

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David Byrne & St. Vincent Win 2012 Diffuser.fm Music Award for Best Supergroup

The dynamic duo of David Byrne & St. Vincent managed to eek out a victory in the Best Supergroup category of the first-ever Diffuser.fm Music Awards, earning just under 21% of the vote, thanks in large part to their 2012 collaborative album, 'Love This Giant,' and their tour together to promote it. Runners-up included Trent Reznor's How to Destroy Angels (18%), Thom Yorke's Atoms for Peace (17%) and Off! (12%).

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David Byrne and St. Vincent Bring ‘Love This Giant’ to ‘Colbert’

If you ask us, the David Byrne and St. Vincent collaboration 'Love This Giant' hasn't quite been getting all the love it deserves. Such a cool concept from such cool artists should be in the limelight more often, so of course, we were stoked when the pair appeared on 'The Colbert Report' last night (Nov. 1) to chat about their album, life without electricity in post-Sandy New York City and more. (Watch their interview above).

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David Byrne & St. Vincent, ‘Love This Giant’ – Album Review

"What the hell is this?" may be the proper response to hearing 'Love This Giant' for the first time (or seeing its quizzical cover). The new record from David Byrne and St. Vincent (née Annie Clark) is a brass-filled and brassy collaboration that's the synthesis of two singular talents.

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St. Vincent and David Byrne Play ‘Jimmy Fallon’

St. Vincent and David Byrne marked today's arrival of their 'Love This Giant' collaborative album a day early by stopping by 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' last night and playing not one, but two songs off the disc: 'Who,' which aired on the actual show and marked the duo's network television debut, and 'The Forest Awakes,' which was filmed as a web exclusive.

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David Byrne and St. Vincent, ‘Who’ – Song Review

You know that saying about chocolate and peanut butter? The same goes for David Byrne and Annie Clark (you know her as St. Vincent), an intergenerational avant pop Reese's cup collaboration that has given us one of the most concisely strange songs we've heard yet this year, called 'Who.'

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Chris Frantz Still Hopes for a Talking Heads Reunion With David Byrne

It's been over 20 years since the Talking Heads officially disbanded. Their break up in 1991 didn't exactly end on the best of terms. Despite a brief reunion during the Talking Heads' induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2002, former frontman David Byrne has dismissed any reformation talks. However, that hasn't stopped drummer Chris Frantz from still entertaining the idea.

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David Byrne and Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy Create Group for Movie Soundtrack

Former Talking Heads singer David Byrne and Bonnie 'Prince' Billy - real name Will Oldham - are teaming up for the soundtrack to the film This Must Be The Place. The duo will contribute five original songs to the compilation, which is due out later this month.

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