Back in 1985, when canary-yellow trenchcoats were kind of a thing, music legends and Dudes Who Should Have Known Better David Bowie and Mick Jagger teamed up to record a charity single for the Africa famine relief concert Live Aid.
I was talking this morning about a friend of mine that had a connection with David Bowie. Astronaut Chris Hadfield did a version of Space Oddity, a David Bowie song. Certain clearances had to be made to get the song to be done. My friend Emm Gryner is the one that arranged the song for Chris and played on it too.
Far be it from us to encourage one more rock star to try and lure fans into buying two copies of a new album, but David Bowie seems to have gone all out for 'The Next Day Extra,' the newly expanded reissue of his recent 'The Next Day' LP.
On Jan. 29, 1972, David Bowie took the stage at the Borough Assembly Hall in Aylesbury, England, on what might have been an otherwise unremarkable night as he warmed up for his first major tour in four years. Except this was the night that Ziggy Stardust began to take shape.
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