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Talking Heads Members Surprised by Public Reaction to Their “Stop Making Sense” Reunion – 100.7 FM – KSLX – Classic Rock

Talking Heads Members Surprised by Public Reaction to Their “Stop Making Sense” Reunion – 100.7 FM – KSLX – Classic Rock

Talking Heads Members Surprised by Public Reaction to Their “Stop Making Sense” Reunion – 100.7 FM – KSLX – Classic Rock

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The four members of talking headsDavid Byrne, Chris Frantz, Jerry Harrison And Tina Weymouth — reunited last year to help promote the 40th anniversary re-release of their iconic concert film, Stop making sense, and it seems they were quite surprised by the public reaction to their reunion.

“I assumed – wrongly, I suppose – that the memory fades and at some point you sort of wonder, ‘Where are they now?’ like you see in one of those cheesy documentaries,” says Byrne rolling stone. “But that didn’t happen. It’s really surprising and flattering.

Frantz adds that the public’s reaction during an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert “It was a great feeling.”

As for whether their recent reunion might spark a musical reunion in the future, the band isn’t saying.

“I learned not to expect anything,” Harrison says, although he notes, “We took small steps forward to repair our relationship.”

As for gigging again, Byrne calls reports that the band was offered millions of dollars to play summer festivals “completely made up,” while Harrison shows reluctance to go on tour. tour, sharing, “It’s a lot of work. I don’t know how rolling stones And WHO and these guys still do it.

“The world would love it, and we’re not getting any younger,” Harrison continues, “but I’m not holding my breath by any means.”

In the meantime, the four members of Talking Heads should meet again for two more Stop making sense Q&A Sessions: June 4 at the Hollywood Pantages Theater in Los Angeles, where the original Stop making sense concerts were held and on June 13 at the Kings Theater in Brooklyn.

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