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David Bowie Tribute Shows
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David Bowie’s music is iconic and timeless, it has been enjoyed the world over and transcends generations, nationalities and languages, a huge star the world over his music is still played in all corners of the world and is appreciated by millions.
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David Bowie – A Brief History
David Bowie was the stage and theatrical name for David Robert Jones, a hugely influential and highly talented British singer, songwriter and actor born January 8th1947 and who sadly passed away January 2016.
Born and brought up in South London, David’s interest in music as a child was positively encouraged by his family. After studying music, art and design, he eventually decided to pursue a professional career as a musician in 1963.
David and his music have featured in popular music and British culture for more than fifty years; his songwriting and production achievements have always been highly innovative and considered well before their time, he broke down barriers and cross-fertilised music genres in a way that that other artist could only dream about!
He constantly re-invented himself through his music, production and his personal individual styling.
David Bowie’s first single “Space Oddity” achieved a top-five position in the UK Singles Charts in 1969.
He explored and experimented with several music styles, before re-emerging in 1972 with his alter ego Ziggy Stardust.
The Ziggy Stardust character was lead and encouraged by the success Bowie enjoyed from his single “Stardust” and his album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, which gained him international recognition, abundant accolades, and mass popularity worldwide.
1975 saw another complete shift in style towards “Plastic Soul” which was not so readily accepted or embraced by his ardent fans. The style, however, was very successful for Bowie who enjoyed considerable crossover success in the USA with his mega-hit single “Fame” and the Album Young Americans.
He added acting to his list of talents and starred in the 1976 film the Man Who Fell To Earth and went on to release Station to Station, his tenth studio Album and the one, which is regarded as his most accessible albums and his most penetrable.
1977 was another year of confoundment for Bowie’s admirers and critics alike, with his release of album Low which was the first of a trio of album collaborations with Brian Eno that later became commonly known as the “Berlin Trilogy”. The other two album titles followed in 1977 and 1979 and were called Heroes and Lodger. All three albums achieved top-five listing and all received rave critical praise.
Bowie’s success was patchy during the late 1970s, but he went on to enjoyed success with the single “Ashes to Ashes” in the UK in 1980, and with “Under Pressure” in the following year, which was a collaboration with the band Queen.
Chart success came again in 1983 for David Bowie, both in the UK and USA, where he enjoyed chart success with the title track to the huge hit album Let’s Dance.
David Bowie was active as an actor and continued to influence music and experiment with various styles right through the 1990s and 00s and right up until his death with the production of his final album Blackstar that was released for sale just two days before his death in January 2016
David Bowie’s record sales are estimated to have exceeded 150 million worldwide, which puts him firmly in the category of one of the world’s best-selling male music artists of all time.
David was honoured with no less than nine platinum albums in the United Kingdom and a further eight silver albums.
He recorded and released a total of eleven albums that achieved No 1 status.
His awards in the USA were no less impressive where he was awarded five platinum, and seven golds!
In 1996, David Bowie was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
David Bowie’s record sales are estimated to have exceeded 150 million worldwide which puts him firmly in the category of one of the world’s best-selling male music artists of all time.
David Bowie, one of the nicest, most significant, most prolific and most influential singer-songwriter-producers of modern times.
His memory lives on through his amazing music, which will be played forever!
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