"The arts don't exist in isolation."—#DavidByrne, who turns 65 today.
While on-site #AtTheWalker in April 1984 for the world premiere of Robert Wilson’s "The Knee Plays" (for which he wrote the score), Byrne made this promo for the Walker’s Center Book Shop. That same year, he appeared with director Jonathan Demme at the Minneapolis premiere of Stop Making Sense at the Terrace Theater in Minneapolis. This concert movie featuring the Talking Heads live on stage was hailed by Leonard Maltin as “one of the greatest rock movies ever made.” Byrne returned to the Walker many times over the decades, including his appearance as the featured act at #RockTheGarden in 2004. Happy Birthday, David!