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"I was meticulously copying other art and then I realized I could just use a camera and put my time into an idea instead." She spent the rest of her college career focused on photography.

Though Sherman had failed a required photography class as a freshman, she repeated the course with Barbara Jo Revelle, whom she credits with introducing her to conceptual art and other contemporary forms.

The work has already had a few low-key airings at arts festivals; it’s about to be released as a double CD, performed by an all-star cast of vocalists including Cyndi Lauper and Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine.

So far, Byrne has borne most of the cost of the recordings himself, along with his chief collaborator, Norman Cook, aka Fatboy Slim.

Byrne graduated from Lansdowne High School in southwest Baltimore County.

He started his musical career in a high school band called Revelation, then between 19, he was one half of a duo named Bizadi with Marc Kehoe.

David Byrne was born in Dumbarton, Scotland, to parents Tom (from Lambhill, Glasgow) and Emma. Two years after his birth, his parents moved to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, and then to Arbutus, Maryland, in the United States, when he was 8 or 9 years old. Before high school, Byrne already knew how to play the guitar, accordion, and violin.

He was rejected from his middle school's choir because they claimed he was "off-key and too withdrawn".

While H-O admits that his doc played a part in ending his relationship with Sherman and may have even tainted the relationship that followed (“She wasn’t crazy about my making a film about my ex-girlfriend,” he says), it’s also responsible for one of the most fruitful and edifying collaborations of his life, with Donahue.But Here Lies Love is more radical: a whole album devoted to Marcos’s love of the disco she danced to with Warhol and other fashionistas in Studio 54, all the while overseeing a harsh regime of martial law back home in the heyday of the Marcos kleptocracy.Byrne says he wondered if the drug-fuelled headiness of dance music might feel similar to “the feeling one gets when one is in a powerful position”.From a young age, he had a strong interest in music.His parents say that he would constantly play his phonograph from age three and he learned how to play the harmonica at age five.

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