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    Listen: David Byrne Talks with Gregory Porter on 'The Hang'

    David Byrne—whose American Utopia on Broadway, filmed by Spike Lee, is now available on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, and other digital platforms in the US after having premiered on HBO Max—spoke with singer/songwriter Gregory Porter on his podcast The Hang. "For me, he's a genius, trailblazer, a hero of creativity," Porter says in his introduction. You can listen to their conversation below.

    You can listen to and pick up copy of the American Utopia on Broadway original cast album here.

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David Byrne—whose American Utopia on Broadway, filmed by Spike Lee, is now available on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, and other digital platforms in the US after having premiered on HBO Max—spoke with singer/songwriter Gregory Porter on his podcast The Hang. "For me, he's a genius, trailblazer, a hero of creativity," Porter says in his introduction. You can listen to their conversation here.

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David Byrne—whose American Utopia on Broadway, filmed by Spike Lee, is now available on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, and other digital platforms in the US after having premiered on HBO Max—spoke with singer/songwriter Gregory Porter on his podcast The Hang. "For me, he's a genius, trailblazer, a hero of creativity," Porter says in his introduction. You can listen to their conversation below.

You can listen to and pick up copy of the American Utopia on Broadway original cast album here.

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David Byrne: "The Hang with Gregory Porter," February 2021

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