David Byrne to Tour Byrne/Eno Songs


“Everything That Happens Will Happen Today” available for sampling today.

By Blurt Staff


David Byrne will embark on a
six-month world tour starting September
. 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. He will
tour throughout the U.S.
from the fall of ‘08 through early ‘09, Australasia in early ‘09 and Europe in March ‘09. Please see reverse for a list of dates.

For the release of Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, www.everythingthathappens.com  will offer listeners a
free download to preview the album beginning today, August 4. On August 18 the entire record will be made available for sale as a digital download,
exclusively from the site. Other formats available for pre order via the site
will include an enhanced CD with download and a deluxe package CD with download
featuring artwork by Stefan Sagmeister.

Byrne’s current projects include music from season two of HBO’s series Big
; the upcoming Here Lies Love, a song cycle with Fatboy Slim
based on the life of Imelda Marcos and the visual art project Playing the
, an audience-interactive installation presented by Creative Time
and currently on view at the Battery Maritime Building in New York City through
August 24.


David Byrne Tour Dates:

September 16
           Bethlehem, PA
           Zoellner Arts
September 17
           Baltimore, MD
September 18
           Newport News,
VA            Ferguson
Center for the Arts
September 20
           Atlanta, GA
           Chastain Park
September 21
           Asheville, NC
           Thomas Wolfe
September 22
           Nashville, TN
September 23
           Memphis, TN
September 25
           Austin, TX
September 26
           Austin, TX
           Austin City
September 28
NM            Kiva
September 30
           Phoenix, AZ
October 2            San
Diego, CA            Humphreys

October 3            Los
Angeles, CA
           Greek Theatre

October 4
Barbara, CA
October 6            San
Francisco, CA
Symphony Hall
October 8
           Santa Rosa,
CA            Wells
Fargo Center for the Arts
October 11
           Park City, UT
           Eccles Center
for the Performing Arts
October 12
           Denver, CO
           Buell Theater

October 14
MN            State
October 15
           Milwaukee, WI
           Pabst Theater

October 17
           Omaha, NE
Concert Hall
October 18
           St. Louis, MO
           Fox Theatre
October 19
           Kansas City,
MO            Uptown
October 21
KY            Louisville
Palace Theater
October 23
           Cleveland, OH
           Allen Theatre

October 24
           Ann Arbor, MI
October 25
IN            Clowes
Memorial Hall
October 26
           Chicago, IL
           Chicago Opera
October 29
           Toronto, ONT
           Massey Hall
October 30
           Montreal, QC
October 31
           Boston, MA
           Wang Center
November 1
City, NJ
November 3
           Red Bank, NJ
           Count Basie
November 5
           Albany, NY
           Empire State
November 7
PA            Carnegie
Music Hall
November 8
PA            Tower


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