The heat goes on for former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne, who is currently traveling the nation for his Songs of David Byrne and...

The heat goes on for former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne, who is currently traveling the nation for his Songs of David Byrne and Brian Eno Tour. After completing the dates on his previously announced tour leg, the acclaimed singer-songwriter will be back on the road for a new round of U.S. dates in December and an early 2009 European tour.

After the first leg wraps November 9 at the Warner Theater in Washington, DC, the tour’s 12-date addition picks up November 28 at the Center for the Arts in Buffalo, NY. After multiple dates in New York, Massachusetts, and Florida, Byrne concludes his North American tour (for the time being) on December 13 at the Fillmore at Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami Beach, FL.

In the New Year, Byrne will launch a tour overseas, which includes a 12-date run of mainland Europe and a 14-show stint in the UK. The 2009 tour begins March 9 at Tonhalle in Dusseldorf, GER, and closes April 14 at Brighton Dome in Brighton, UK. A two-night stand at London’s Royal Festival Hall is booked for April 12-13.

Byrne is touring in support of his most recent solo album and collaboration with producer Brian Eno, “Everything That Happens Will Happen Today,” released exclusively via the album’s Web site on August 18. During each night’s nearly two-hour show, Byrne has also been exploring his back-catalogue of music with Eno, which includes three popular Talking Heads albums.

The eclectic musician is joined on tour by Mark Degli Antoni (keys), Paul Frazier (bass), Mauro Refosco (percussion) and Graham Hawthorne (drums), as well as a chorus of background singers (Kaïssa, Redray Frazier and Jenni Muldaur) and a trio of modern dancers. While Byrne’s collaborations with Eno are celebrated on the tour, Eno himself is not scheduled to appear on any tour dates.

David Byrne itinerary:
(Dates subject to change.)

November 28 Buffalo, NY Center for the Arts
November 29 Syracuse, NY Landmark Theatre
November 30 New Bedford, MA Zeiterion Theatre
December 2 Northampton, MA Calvin Theater
December 4 York, PA Strand-Capitol Performing Arts Center
December 5 Mashantucket, CT Fox Theatre
December 7 Knoxville, TN Tennessee Theatre
December 8 Raleigh, NC Meymandi Concert Hall
December 9 North Charleston, SC North Charleston Performing Arts Center
December 10 Charlotte, NC Ovens Auditorium
December 12 Tampa, FL Tampa Theatre
December 13 Miami Beach, FL Fillmore Miami Beach At Jackie Gleason Theater
March 9 Dusseldorf, GER Tonhalle
March 10 Antwerp, BEL Queen Elisabeth Hall
March 12 Hamburg, GER Congress Center Hamburg
March 14 Frankfurt, GER Alte Oper
March 16 Copenhagen, DEN Falkoner Theatre
March 17 Stockholm, SWE Cirkus
March 19 Oslo, NOR Sentrum Scene
March 20 Malmo, SWE The Concert House
March 22 Hannover, GER Theater am Aegi
March 23 Berlin, GER Tempodrom GmbH
March 24 Utrecht, NET Muziekcentrum Vredenburg
March 25 Paris, FRA Olympia
March 27 Bristol, UK Colston Hall
March 29 Birmingham, UK Symphony Hall
March 30 Manchester, UK The Bridgewater Hall
March 31 Glasgow, UK Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
April 1 Gateshead, UK The Sage
April 3 Liverpool, UK Philharmonic Hall
April 4 Sheffield, UK Sheffield City Hall
April 6 Dublin, IRE National Concert Hall
April 7 Belfast, UK Belfast Waterfront
April 9 Oxford, UK New Theatre Oxford
April 11 Nottingham, UK Royal Centre
April 12 – 13 London, UK Royal Festival Hall
April 14 Brighton, UK Brighton Dome