First news broke that David Byrne and Brian Eno would release an album called Everything That Happens Will Happen Today, their first collaboration since 1981's My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts. Now there's a tour, although only one half of the duo will hit the road. Byrne is starting a six-month tour this fall called "Songs Of David Byrne And Brian Eno." The shows will spotlight tracks form Everything, Bush, and the Eno-produced Talking Heads albums More Songs About Buildings And Food, Fear Of Music, and Remain In Light. (Not a bad batch of albums, really.)

The website everythingthathappens.com contains an announcement from the men themselves and a download from the album. Finally, dates:

September 16 Bethlehem, PA: Zoellner Arts Center

September 17 Baltimore, MD: Lyric

September 18 Newport News, VA: Ferguson Center for the Arts

September 20 Atlanta, GA: Chastain Park Amphitheater

September 21 Asheville, NC: Thomas Wolfe Auditorium

September 22 Nashville, TN: Ryman Auditorium

September 23 Memphis, TN: Orpheum Theatre

September 25 Austin, TX: Paramount

September 26 Austin, TX: Austin City Limits

September 28 Albuquerque, NM: Kiva Auditorium

September 30 Phoenix, AZ: Orpheum

October 2 San Diego, CA: Humphreys

October 3 Los Angeles, CA: Greek Theatre

October 4 Santa Barbara, CA: Arlington Theater

October 6 San Francisco, CA: Davies Symphony Hall

October 8 Santa Rosa, CA: Wells Fargo Center for the Arts

October 11 Park City, UT: Eccles Center for the Performing Arts

October 12 Denver, CO: Buell Theater

October 14 Minneapolis, MN: State Theater

October 15 Milwaukee, WI: Pabst Theater

October 17 Omaha, NE: Kiewit Concert Hall

October 18 St. Louis, MO: Fox Theatre

October 19 Kansas City, MO: Uptown Theatre

October 21 Louisville, KY: Louisville Palace Theater

October 23 Cleveland, OH: Allen Theatre

October 24 Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Theater

October 25 Indianapolis, IN: Clowes Memorial Hall

October 26 Chicago, IL: Chicago Opera House

October 29 Toronto, ONT: Massey Hall

October 30 Montreal, QC: Metropolis

October 31 Boston, MA: Wang Center

November 1 Atlantic City, NJ: Borgata

November 3 Red Bank, NJ: Count Basie Theatre

November 5 Albany, NY: Empire State Plaza

November 7 Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie Music Hall

November 8 Philadelphia, PA: Tower Theatre

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