A highlight from David Byrne - 'Everything Everywhere All at Once'
Everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 467th episode of The Hollywood Reporter's awards shatter podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg. And my guest today is one of the most talented and influential singer songwriters of the last 50 years. And Oscar and Tony winner, he is also a 2019 lifetime achievement award, Grammy winner, and 2002 into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as part of the band for which he was principal songwriter, lead singer, and guitarist from its formation in 1975 through its breakup in 1991. Talking Heads, which is behind two selections on Rolling Stone's 2020 list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. Number 364, more songs about buildings and food and number 39 remain in light, and two selections on Rolling Stone's 2021 list of the 500 greatest songs of all time. Number 123, this must be the place. Naive melody, and number 28, once in a lifetime. He has been described by The New York Times as, quote, an underground icon who danced across genres as if they were all part of one vast amplified stage, close quote, and someone who quote has spent his whole career blurring the distinction between pop culture and highbrow art. And Talking Heads have been called by the same publication, quote, the most consistently adventurous band to have emerged from rock's new wave of the mid 1970s, and a groundbreaking ensemble with a knack for hitching off kilter lyrics to postmodern beats. Also noting that they quote dissolve the barriers between disco and rock, conceptual art, and dance pop, close quote. While Time Magazine declared that they, quote, made music that