Take a take a look at this information! It’s passing in-between us. For those that weren’t fortunate sufficient to catch David Byrne’s present (and wonderful) American Utopia tour over the previous few months — which was birthed to accompany Byrne’s equally wonderful American Utopia album, his first in 13 years — there is perhaps a extra everlasting answer to see it sooner or later. Because in a brand new Guardian interview, the previous Talking Heads frontman revealed there was “curiosity” from each Broadway and London’s West End in turning the tour into some kind of present. “I’ve by no means performed something like that earlier than,” Byrne defined, excited on the inventive alternatives that would function the present’s principal narrative. We know he has the Broadway expertise, so we’re simply going to sit down again and see how he connects “Slippery People” and “I Zimbra” in Act Two.


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