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‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ Songsmith David Byrne On Returning To Oscars After 35 Years & Whether There Will Ever Be A Talking Heads Reunion – Crew Call Podcast

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David Byrne knows where he’s going and he knows where he’s been, and the former Talking Heads band leader and near EGOT winner is on his way to the Oscars again, 35 years after taking home the original score Academy Award for Bernardo Bertolucci’s The Last Emperor (which he shared with Ryuichi Sakamoto and Cong Su) with a song nomination for “This Is a Life” from A24’s 11x Oscar nominated Everything Everywhere All at Once which he co-wrote with the pic’s composers Son Lux and Mitski.

If Byrne wins a second Oscar next Sunday, it doesn’t bring him closer to an EGOT; he needs an Emmy win to do that after two Grammys and a special Tony award for his Broadway showstopper American Utopia.

The last time Byrne was at the Oscars in 1988 it was the year when Talking Heads released their final album, Naked, before disbanding in 1991.

They group came together in 2002 for a performance at their induction in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame performing their hits “Life During Wartime”, “Psycho Killer”, and “Burning Down the House” — never to reunite again.

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