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Talking Heads' Byrne sees longing for 'Utopia'
Posted September 16, 2021
Talking Heads’ front man David Byrne said he believes the health crisis showed that people actually yearn for a better society - like the one he envisions in his musical stage show "American Utopia" - which reopens on Broadway this Friday (Sept. 17).
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