Through their friend & collaborator, Brian Eno, David Bowie & David Byrne formed a friendship through music and mutual admiration.LINKS & RESEARCH:https://faroutmagazine.co.uk/david-byrne-david-bowie-influence-friendship-rock-hall-video/https://faroutmagazine.co.uk/david-byrne-david-bowie-inspiration/David Byrne, Kimbra & The Roots perform "Fame" at 2016 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kozH2NeGX6A&ab_channel=Rock%26RollHallofFamehttps://pitchfork.com/features/5-10-15-20/david-byrne-on-the-music-that-made-him/FOLLOW US:Brian Wohl:Twitter: http://twitter.com/brianwohlInstagram: http://instagram.com/brianwohlFacebook: http://facebook.com/brianwohlMarc Muszynski:Twitter: http://twitter.com/marcmuszynskiInstagram: http://instagram.com/marcmuszynskiFacebook: http://facebook.com/marcmuszynskiMy Favorite Friendship:Facebook: http://facebook.com/myfavoritefriendshipInstagram: http://instagram.com/myfavoritefriendshipTwitter: http://twitter.com/myfavfriendship
Welcome back ragers to the best movie review podcast on the planet. The rage rolls on from the Film Rage Studio.This week the Film Rage Crew are blown away by David Byrne. We also introduce a brand new list- The Repulsive List. Introduction-0:00 Streaming David Byrne's American Utopia (2020)-VOD-3:20Rams (2020)-VOD-7:04I Care a Lot (2020)-Netflix-12:59Shook (2021)-Shudder-23:19 Open Rage Jim's open rage- Text messaging in movies-28:29Bryce's open rage- Inconsistencies in character and story-31:21 The Lists Jaden Smith-Repulsive?-39:38Hayden Christensen-Repulsive?-40:18Julia Roberts-Repulsive?-41:21Paul Walker-Repulsive?-42:58Dianne Wiest-Mesmerized?-44:43Alan Rickman-Mesmerized?-45:02 Rage or Dare Sucker Punch (2011)-47:50Bryce and Jim pull the last film from Murray's bag of rage-52:59 Outro-55:20 Thanks Ragers for listening to our film review podcast. Rage On!!! https://www.filmrageyyc.com/ https://filmrage.podbean.com/ https://www.facebook.com/filmrageyyc https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/film-rage/id1493735088 https://open.spotify.com/show/4ltbJS7XkDj0inwXf9G0ZH?si=m3OzZulNRmW6d93K7DG_uw https://play.google.com/music/m/Inyleam7prw77l75he733v643jq?t=Film_Rage https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsuw4WB6zmxbgDBjFn6utlT7PFnaDa0w6 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/film-rage?refid=stpr https://tunein.com/podcasts/Media--Entertainment-Podcasts/Film-Rage-p1325858/ https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-film-rage-63364236?cmp=ios_share&sc=ios_social_share&pr=false&autoplay=true
From Talking Heads to filmmaking with Spike Lee, there’s a lot of creative joy to be had bringing people together in what Gregory dubs, the Holy Ghost of David Byrne. They reach back to the days when borrowing vinyl from the public library held more influence than the internet, and discuss how a simple bike ride can change the way we look out for each other, whatever our differences.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Former number one amateur in Ontario and Big Break Indian Wells Champion, David Byrne, joins us to talk about his experience competing on the Big Break back in 2011, his exemption into the Zurich Classic as a result of winning the show, his recent experiences competing in the Canada Life Series with past guests Travis Fredborg and Devon Schade, and what his plans are for the upcoming season.
Ep 8. 'David Byrne's American Utopia' (w/ Ginny McKewlies & Lenny the Greyhound)
'TAKE A LOOK AT THESE HANDS!' Joined by special guest and fellow 'Talking Heads' enthusiast Ginny (along with her sidekick Lenny), Good Brother and Lil' Silky marvel at euphoric, funky and touching Spike Lee directed 'American Utopia'. The gang slowly make their way through the setlist and effectively also review 'Stop Making Sense' in the process. Tune in for deep discussions on baby neurons, sweat patches and 'Vampire Weekend' albums.
David Byrne: All This Pleasure With A Punch In The Stomach
All Ears with Abigail Disney
This week on All Ears Abby invites us all to take a break from ongoing election shenanigans and enjoy a lively interview with musician David Byrne, whose eccentric musical stylings as the former Talking Heads frontman catapulted him into a multi-faceted career as an artist across many modes of expression. He’s written books, designed art installations, created journalism projects, and last year adapted his acclaimed concert tour, American Utopia, for Broadway. He and Abby look back at his remarkable journey and talk about some of the ways art pushed him to grow as a person, giving him perspective on some of his youthful, broad critiques of middle class American values. These insights led him to some revelations about his earlier work that manifest with a kind of joyful, percussive melancholy in American Utopia. Spike Lee filmed the show right before COVID hit in March, preserving a mood that seems like a perfect fit for these times. Lee’s filmed adaption of American Utopia is currently screening on HBO Max. Bonus All Ears David Byrne Playlist! David Byrne Hits and Hidden Gems (Spotify)David Byrne's American Utopia (2020): Official Trailer (HBO)EPISODE LINKSAmerican Utopia Returns to Broadway September 17, 2021 (Tickets)Hell You Talmbout (Janelle Monae) Ursonate (Kurt Schwitters, 1932)David Byrne on ‘True Stories,’ His Tabloid-Inspired Vision of Eighties America (Rolling Stone)Reasons to Be Cheerful We Are Not Divided David ByrneDavid Byrne on Twitter: @DBtodomundo
We discuss Byrne's new concert film, compare it to Stop Making Sense (which is available on Amazon Prime right now), and are ultimately surprised when we finally come down on the film in a much lower place than we started initially. Fruitful political discussion here. Intro (0:00-7:05), What We've Been Watching (7:05-29:42), David Byrne's American Utopia (29:42-End). Follow the show Johann and Vince on twitter
In this special 58th New York Film Festival edition of the Film at Lincoln Center podcast, NYFF Director of Programming Dennis Lim is joined by director Spike Lee and musician David Byrne to discuss American Utopia, Lee’s concert film recording of Byrne’s acclaimed Broadway show. American Utopia is an exhilarating record of a seismic theater event as well as a momentous work of cinema in its own right. Both joyous and politically engaged, it’s a reckoning of these dark times through music and togetherness, with a galvanizing rendition of Janelle Monáe’s “Hell You Talmbout” that’s destined to be one of the year’s most talked-about screen moments. All documentaries at the 58th New York Film Festival are presented by HBO.Get tickets for screenings of David Byrne’s American Utopia at the Brooklyn and Bronx drive-ins or nationwide virtual tickets here: https://www.filmlinc.org/nyff2020/films/david-byrnes-american-utopia/