David Byrne at Carnegie Hall

I wish I had a good reason to be in NYC this week.Q&A With Indie-Rock Godfather David Byrne — New York MagazineLike Lou Reed or David Bowie, David Byrne is a rock legend who’s long since diversified himself, cultivating a polymath’s persona as world-music advocate, sometime filmmaker, indie-rock godfather, and blogger extraordinaire.

I wish I had a good reason to be in NYC this week.

Q&A With Indie-Rock Godfather David Byrne — New York Magazine
Like Lou Reed or David Bowie, David Byrne is a rock legend who’s long since diversified himself, cultivating a polymath’s persona as world-music advocate, sometime filmmaker, indie-rock godfather, and blogger extraordinaire. And starting February 1, Carnegie Hall will present four days of shows he’s curated, including two typically Byrnesian originals: “Here Lies Love,” his song cycle about Imelda Marcos, and a concert consisting of only one note. Byrne spoke with Rebecca Milzoff about why he’s a whole lot like Beyoncé.

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The last time I was in NYC it was super-cold, those extra-cold temperatures, remember? A MLK weekend. I would love to see David Byrne from the comfort of my living room. Los Angeles-NY is a merciless long trip.
It’d be fun.

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