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18th David Bowie Bash moves to London

on November 27, 2015


“Screaming above central London”


Daniele Pensavalle has been in touch with details of his annual David Bowie Bash for 2016.

For the first time ever, the event (which normally takes place in Italy), is happening in London.

This year it’s on January 7th, the day before the release of ★ and Bowie’s birthday.

The party starts at 7.30pm at THE DRURY CLUB in Covent Garden. 

Go here for ticket links and the full schedule for the evening’s entertainment of live tributes and other Bowie related excitement.


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Hear ★ at Bowie Birthday Party in Berlin

on November 27, 2015


“Tomorrow belongs to those who can hear it coming”


Details of Bowie fan parties for January next year are coming in. First up is this one in Berlin on Bowie’s 69th birthday, celebrating both that and the release of ★ on the same day.

The event will take place in the Meistersaal of Hansa Studios Berlin, Go here for ticket links and the schedule for the evening.


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Bowie vinyl singles top 2015 charts

on November 27, 2015


“There’s been many others, so many times”


Strong feeling of déjà vu the day after thanksgiving, with the Daily Mirror’s recent announcement that David Bowie is the most popular vinyl singles artist of the year in the UK.

On the same day last year we reported the fact that Bowie fans in the UK had created the perfect thanksgiving gift for their man, with the news that Nothing has changed - The Very Best of David Bowie was at #1 on the Official UK Vinyl Album Chart.

Bowie’s success on the Official Vinyl Singles Chart will not be news to regular visitors to this page.

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The day Bowie broke New Zealand

on November 26, 2015


“I never thought I'd need so many people”


David Bowie’s concert at Auckland's enormous Western Springs (a speedway stadium) took place on this day in 1983.

The officially recorded attendance of 74,480 was the largest audience ever for an Australasian concert. The show was also believed to be the biggest single crowd gathering in the history of New Zealand.

The gig was listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the largest crowd gathering per head of population anywhere in the world.

As with all Australasian-related Bowie things, is the place to read more about this

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David Bowie’s appearance on Cher 40 years ago

on November 23, 2015


“Closer than others I was your, I was your man”


On November 23rd 1975, David Bowie appeared in a fifteen minute segment for CBS TV’s Cher show.

The Bowie performances commenced with him sporting slicked back hair (Thin White Duke colouring and style) in blue jacket and shirt with grey slacks, singing his first US #1 single, Fame, which had peaked a couple of months earlier in September.

Fame was followed by a moving rendition of Can You Hear Me, performed as a duet with Cher. Both Fame and Can You Hear Me were live vocals sung over a pre-recorded backing track.

Bowie wore the same outfit