I had intended to take a lady friend, but that didn't happen, so I took my buddy $hane, beer buyer, and front man for PONG. He had never seen the Talking Heads or David Byrne, and is heavily influenced by Byrne (and Eno), so I knew he'd enjoy it more than most.
This was the first time I 'd been to the Paramount since I saw the Nutcracker there in Elementary School in the Eighties. It still looked beautiful, and we had good seats, eight rows back. What ever the odds are, another co-worker, Tyler, had the seat next to us, which was bizarre and awesome.
The show featured several songs from his newest album, Everything That Happens will Happen Today, a collaboration with Brian Eno, and a good mix of Heads songs and older solo Byrne work. All in all the show was great. Very choreographed and artsy, which is what I expect from this guy.
I took some videos with my camera. The sound is good, but the actual video is like a roller coaster of lights and ceiling. This is because I had to be discrete with the camera, and it was mainly hidden by my beard, no lie. I am currently trying to find a way to make the size of these videos smaller, and will post them when that happens.