WATCH: Talking Heads Recall a Show They Did at Pizza Place in Pittsburgh

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Talking Heads made an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert this week.

During the conversation, Chris Frantz was talking about how when the band's first album came out, they were still driving to shows in a station wagon, and playing to crowds of only 50-100 people.

While he was elaborating on that, David Bryne jumped in with, "Do you remember the show in Pittsburgh?"

He continued, "We played a pizza parlor. The opening act was a fire eater. We did two sets, and so did he."

"But during our first set, he got drunk. We were just like 'Oh no, this is not good!"

According to the Post-Gazette, the pizza place was Antonio's, and the show was on Halloween 1977.

Watch the clip below (around the 5 minute mark), or over on YouTube.

The full interview, which is definitely worth checking out, is over the Colbert YouTube channel as well.

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