LIVE: David Byrne @ the Palace Theatre, 9/9/18 (Take Two)

Photographs by Martin Benjamin

WHO: David Byrne
WITH: Tune-Yards
WHERE: The Palace Theatre, Albany
WHEN: Sunday, September 9, 2018

I Zimbra (Talking Heads)
Slippery People (Talking Heads)
Dog’s Mind
I Should Watch TV (David Byrne & St. Vincent)
Everybody’s Coming to My House
This Must Be the Place (Naive Melody) (Talking Heads)
Once in a Lifetime (Talking Heads)
Doing the Right Thing
Toe Jam (Brighton Port Authority)
Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) (Talking Heads)
I Dance Like This
Every Day Is a Miracle
Like Humans Do
Blind (Talking Heads)
Burning Down the House (Talking Heads)
Dancing Together
The Great Curve (Talking Heads)
Hell You Talmbout (Janelle Monáe)

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  1. Stanley Johnson says

    Amazing pix, Mr. Benjamin. Thanks for keeping the rest of us photographers humble.

  2. Ernie Dambrose says

    It was more than a concert it was a true performance. David Byrne’s music mixed with Annie B. Parsons choreography. There was non-stop movement with musicians dancing and moving on and off stage through beaded curtains. Byrne performed 21 songs including 8 from the Talking Head days. From the start with David sitting at a table holding a brain singing Here there was so much to watch on stage even during Talking Heads’ Blind the shadows on the backdrop were the thing to watch.The crowd favorites of course were the Heads’ songs. Once in a Lifetime and Born Under Punches. The Tune Yards opening set was impressive Top songs were Look at Your Hands, Water Fountain and finishing the set with Gangsta and Heart Attack Definitely one of Capitalands best shows of the year

  3. Oswegomatt says

    I decided not to get tickets to this because I had just seen Byrne in Kingston a little before these went on sale. I can only imagine how much more polished this show was. I made a mistake and I won’t let it happen again.

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