Celebrate Labor Day Weekend With A David Byrne/Talking Heads Friday Feature!
Alive and Well: 10 Songs That Are Better Done Live [Playlist]A live performance makes a distinction between great bands and mediocre ones. It is fairly easy nowadays to make a studio recording sound great ,with the help of auto tune, editing software and more. But, what happens when the artist has to perform live in front of all their fans?
David Byrne/Talking Heads Friday Feature -- XRT Must Be The PlaceImagine (or remember) what FM radio sounded like back in the late 1970's when Talking Heads first emerged. They were ahead of their time, and XRT took great pride in supporting their music from the very beginning. Join us for a day devoted to the world of Byrne recordings, from his years with Talking Heads through his always ambitious solo projects. Starting on the XRT morning show.
You Need To Check Out This Rare Concert Footage Of Talking Heads In 1980Talking Heads visual claim to fame came from their 1984 concert documentary Stop Making Sense. Rightfully so, the film did a standout job of capturing the dynamic environment of a Talking Heads performance. Recently, video footage surfaced from a Talking Heads show in 1980 that is absolutely astonishing.
Need A Costume Idea? Try Phish's "Musical Costume" With 5 Of Their Best Halloween ShowsFew bands invoke the level of excitement, anticipation, and curiosity on Halloween as Phish. Phish are known for covering another band’s album in its entirety calling it a “musical costume.” In honor of Phish playing a sold out three night run from 10/31-11/2 in Las Vegas this year, we take a look back at 5 of the top musical costumes from Phish’s past Halloween runs. Let the controversy begin!
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Talking Heads' 'Stop Making Sense' Celebrates 30 with Digital, Theatrical ReleaseOnce Stop Making Sense, the highly regarded Talking Heads concert film, hits 30 years old this year, the band will celebrate by seeing the movie hit theaters again.
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Listen to Talking Heads Perform Unreleased Song from 1976Talking Heads was opening for Television in the summer of 1976 when they performed this recently unearthed and never before heard instrumental track.