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More dates for Holy Holy’s homage to Bowie

on February 27, 2014

 

“Come back my baby, be Holy Holy again”

 

Following their stint of successful shows in London last December, Holy Holy, featuring ex Spider From Mars, Woody Woodmansey, have more gigs scheduled at The Lexington this December.

Though it’s a way off yet, early booking is advised due to the popularity of the band’s brilliant treatment of the songs of David Bowie from the period 1969 to 1973.

Here’s the official blurb...

 

Holy Holy with Woody Woodmansey, dates in December 2014 announced

Supergroup Holy Holy play the songs of David Bowie from 1969 to 1973. Formed to play Latitude Festival in

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David Bowie exhibition reaches Berlin in May

on February 27, 2014

 

“I, I can remember, Standing by the wall”

 

The David Bowie exhibition will now visit Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin, Germany, from 20 May until 10 August 2014, and you can read everything you need to know regarding the exhibition below.

 

With the latest addition of Berlin, the confirmed venues for the tour are:

 

Museum of Image and Sound, Sao Paulo, Brazil from 31 January to 20 April 2014

Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin, Germany, from 20 May until 10 August 2014

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, USA from September 2014 to January 2015

Philharmonie de Paris/Cité de la Musique, Paris, France

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Q celebrates DB and AF at Fashion Rocks 2005

on February 26, 2014

 

“With my lightnin’ bolts a glowin’”

 

Cool double-page spread in the April edition of Q regarding David Bowie’s appearance with Arcade Fire, live at Fashion Rocks at New York’s Radio City Music Hall in September 2005.

As you may remember, it was an emotionally charged event, not only because it was Bowie’s return to the stage after the previous year’s health scare, but also because the music itself was so good.

DB and AF performed Life On Mars?, Wake Up and Five Years which were all released a couple of months later as an iTunes only digital Live EP.

The partnership reconvened the following

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Diamond Dogs 40th anniversary special in UNCUT

on February 25, 2014

 

“Any day now...the year of the Diamond Dogs...”

 

The April edition of popular music monthly, UNCUT, has a cover feature celebrating the 40th anniversary of David Bowie’s classic Diamond Dogs album.

Diamond Dogs was originally released in May 1974, preceded by the Rebel Rebel single in February and the Rebel Rebel US remix in May.* 

We've not actually seen a copy of the magazine yet, but there may be a clue to the content in the front cover quotation: “We misbehaved very badly...”

Here’s a bit from Editor Alan Jones regarding the feature.

 

“On ‘Sweet Thing’, he asked me to imagine myself

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Reality gets vinyl release via MOV

on February 25, 2014

 

“Welcome to Reality”

 

We are pleased to announce that Reality, David Bowie’s 26th studio album, will finally get an official vinyl release via Music On Vinyl on March 17th.

When Reality was originally released back in 2003, vinyl sales were at an all-time low and (much to the chagrin of vinyl lovers everywhere) the album never made it on to the black stuff.

Now, MOV will not only release the album on black vinyl but also on transparent green vinyl and on orange vinyl with both editions being limited to 2,500 numbered copies.

The package will include a large format 12-page booklet all

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