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Yes!!! David Byrne tourdates


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very stoked :)

Sep 16 2008 Bethlehem, PA Zoellner Arts Center - Baker Hall

Sep 17 2008 Baltimore, MD Lyric

Sep 18 2008 Newport News, VA Ferguson Center for the Arts

Sep 20 2008 Atlanta, GA Chastain Park Amphitheater

Sep 21 2008 Asheville, NC Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

Sep 22 2008 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium

Sep 23 2008 Memphis, TN Orpheum Theatre

Sep 25 2008 Austin, TX Paramount

Sep 26 2008 Austin, TX Austin City Limits (Zilker Park)

Sep 28 2008 Alburquerque, NM Kiva Auditorium

Sep 30 2008 Phoenix, AZ Orpheum

Oct 2 2008 San Diego, CA Humphreys

Oct 3 2008 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre

Oct 4 2008 Santa Barbara, CA Arlington Theater

Oct 6 2008 San Francisco, CA Davies Symphony Hall

Oct 8 2008 Santa Rosa, CA Wells Fargo Center For the Arts

Oct 9 2008 Saratoga, CA Mountain Winery

Oct 11 2008 Park City, UT Eccles Center for the Performing Arts

Oct 12 2008 Denver, CO Buell Theater

Oct 14 2008 Minneapolis, MN State Theatre

Oct 15 2008 Milwaukee, WI Pabst

Oct 17 2008 Omaha, NE Kiewit Concert Hall

Oct 18 2008 St. Louis, MO Fox Theatre

Oct 19 2008 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theatre (Reserved)

Oct 21 2008 Lousiville, KY Louisville Palace Theater

Oct 23 2008 Cleveland, OH Allen Theatre

Oct 24 2008 Ann Arbor, MI Michigan Theatre

Oct 25 2008 Indianapolis, IN Clowes Memorial Hall

Oct 26 2008 Chicago, IL Chicago Opera House

Oct 29 2008 Toronto, ONT Massey Hall

Oct 30 2008 Montreal, QUE Metropolis

Oct 31 2008 Boston, MA Wang Center

Nov 1 2008 Atlantic City, NJ Borgata

Nov 3 2008 Red Bank, NJ Count Basie Theatre

Nov 5 2008 Albany, NY Empire State Plaza

Nov 7 2008 Pittsburgh, PA Carnegie Music Hall

Nov 8 2008 Philadelphia, PA Tower Theatre

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Very cool ... it looks like the tour will be in support of the latest Eno/Byrne collaboration, and will focus on the new release and on previous Eno/Byrne music. From David Byrne's web site:

"Brian Eno and I recently finished our first collaboration in about 30 years. For the most part, Brian did the music and I wrote some tunes, words and sang. It's familiar but completely new as well. We're pretty excited. The name of the new record is Everything That Happens Will Happen Today and the music will be available on this Web site on August 18th, free for streaming and available for purchase as both a download and in physical formats.

In September I will begin a tour, on which I will be playing music from the new album as well as music from our previous collaborations - 3 Talking Heads albums, Bush of Ghosts, etc."

Peace, Mark

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i'd be interested in hearing his new stuff but i dunno, i still cant get past how badly he treated the other talking heads. his stock dropped dramatically in my mind (rightly or wrongly).

The band broke up in 1991. I'm sure they're mostly over it by now. Maybe it's time for you to let go of your resentment. Move into the light, phistaper.

Really though, "My Life in the Bush of Ghosts" remains one of my all-time favourite albums. Not every day listening material perhaps, but still.

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