Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
Talking Head splits
Released last album, Naked
Byrne directed, band appeared in "True Stories"
Jonathan Demme directed concert film, "Stop Making Sense"
"Burning Down the House" became their first Top 10 single
"Take Me to the River" reaches No. 26 on the singles chart
Jerry Harrison joined band; first LP, Talking Heads '77 released
Band relocated to New York to form Talking Heads
Byrne and Frantz formed first band, The Artistics
Popular songs include "Psycho Killer" and "Once In A Lifetime".
Known for such albums as "Stop Making Sense"
Listed as No. 100 on Rolling Stone's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time
The iconic music video for "Once in a Lifetime" was named one of the "All-Time Best Music Videos" by Time magazine.
Cited by Italian director Paolo Sorrentino as an inspiration during his acceptance speech for the 2014 Oscar for Best Foreign Film.
Radiohead took its band name from the single "Radio Head."
Tina Weymouth was encouraged to learn bass by Chris Frantz due to their inability to secure a bass player for Talking Heads. She reportedly taught herself how to play the instrument by listening to records by Suzi Quatro.