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About David Byrne

The tour, titled "David Byrne, Songs of David Byrne and Brian Eno," will feature Byrne performing songs from his numerous collaborations with Brian Eno, including tracks from several Talking Heads albums produced by Eno, the pair's 1981 collaboration My Life in the Bush of Ghosts and their newest collaborative effort, Everything That Happens Will Happen Today. "The live shows will...try to draw a line linking this new material with what we did 30 years ago," explains Byrne.

For the release of Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, the album is currently available as a stream and digital download exclusively through

Known as the force behind Talking Heads and later as creator of the highly-regarded record label Luaka Bop, David Byrne's recent musical works include Grown Backwards, Byrne's debut for Nonesuch Records, the Talking Heads box set, the Knee Plays CD from Robert Wilson's 1984 stage piece the CIVIL warS and Big Love: Hymnal, music from season two of the HBO series. Byrne is currently working on a number of upcoming musical projects as well, including Here Lies Love, a song cycle with Fatboy Slim based on the life of Imelda Marcos.

Byrne also works as a photographer, film director, author and solo artist; he has published and exhibited visual art for more than a decade with installations in Toronto (2006, 1996), Tokyo (2002), Sydney (2002), Stockholm (1998), Belfast (1998) and San Francisco (1997).

Recent artworks include his PowerPoint installation EEEI—Envisioning Emotional Epistemological Information (Steidl Publishing & Pace/McGill Gallery); the Independent Publisher Book Award Gold Medal-winning book of "tree" drawings, Arboretum (McSweeney's, 2006); an exhibition of chair-themed artworks, Furnishing the Self—Upholstering the Soul (Pace/McGill Gallery, 2007); Voice of Julio / Vox de Julio, a collaborate singing robot art installation currently installed at Reina Sofia museum in Madrid; and Playing the Building, an audience-interactive installation presented by Creative Time at the Battery Maritime Building in New York City.