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    Watch: David Byrne Talks with NBC's 'Late Night with Seth Meyers'

    David Byrne was on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers remotely last night to discuss American Utopia on Broadway, the adaptations he and the cast and crew made to keep the show going—in an "unchained" (aka unplugged) version—during recent Covid-19 outbreaks, and the Spike Lee–directed film of the show, which is up for a Grammy Award for Best Music Film. You can watch their conversation here:

    Tickets are on sale now for David Byrne's American Utopia on Broadway at the St. James Theatre here. The cast album, available here, includes songs from his 2018 album, American Utopia, along with music from Talking Heads and Byrne’s solo career. Byrne shares the spotlight with a diverse ensemble of eleven musical artists from around the globe for an event that delivers "an experience unlike anything else," says Billboard. "Dazzling, rapturous and jubilant," exclaims the New York Times. "Astonishing," raves Hollywood Reporter. "A knockout celebration of music, dance and song. Pure bliss." Rolling Stone calls it "a tonic for our tumultuous times."

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David Byrne was on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers remotely to discuss American Utopia on Broadway, the adaptations he and the cast and crew made to keep the show going—in an "unchained" (aka unplugged) version—during recent Covid-19 outbreaks, and the Spike Lee–directed film of the show, which is up for a Grammy Award for Best Music Film. You can watch their conversation here.

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David Byrne was on NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers remotely last night to discuss American Utopia on Broadway, the adaptations he and the cast and crew made to keep the show going—in an "unchained" (aka unplugged) version—during recent Covid-19 outbreaks, and the Spike Lee–directed film of the show, which is up for a Grammy Award for Best Music Film. You can watch their conversation here:

Tickets are on sale now for David Byrne's American Utopia on Broadway at the St. James Theatre here. The cast album, available here, includes songs from his 2018 album, American Utopia, along with music from Talking Heads and Byrne’s solo career. Byrne shares the spotlight with a diverse ensemble of eleven musical artists from around the globe for an event that delivers "an experience unlike anything else," says Billboard. "Dazzling, rapturous and jubilant," exclaims the New York Times. "Astonishing," raves Hollywood Reporter. "A knockout celebration of music, dance and song. Pure bliss." Rolling Stone calls it "a tonic for our tumultuous times."

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David Byrne: 'Late Night with Seth Meyers,' January 2021

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