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Two exclusive BBC first plays Tomorrow

on October 17, 2016


“You opened my eyes”


As you know, the Lazarus Cast Album is due for release on Friday (October 21), four days before previews for the Lazarus Musical start in London.


Meanwhile, we’re very happy to be able to tell you that the BBC now has exclusive first plays for two of the Bowie originals on the album tomorrow (Tuesday, October 18).


First up, the Shaun Keaveny show on BBC Radio 6 Music has a world exclusive first play of When I Met You. The show starts at 7:00am.


Then No Plan has its exclusive first play on BBC Radio 2’s the Jeremy Vine show which starts at midday.



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Bowie By O'Neill LA exhibition

on October 16, 2016


“Scanning life through the picture window”


The headline and graphic pretty much say it all. The exhibition runs from October 29 through to November 9 at the Mouche Gallery in LA.


Mouche Gallery

340 N. Beverly Drive

Beverly Hills, CA 90210


Call +1 310-858-8114


Read more about the Bowie By O'Neill book here.



#BOWIEbyONEILL  #MoucheGallery

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A Reality Tour vinyl box out now

on October 14, 2016


“I sped from Planet X to Planet Alpha”


You may remember the Friday Music release of the David Bowie - A Reality Tour 180 Gram Audiophile Translucent Blue Vinyl box set released back in June.


The set, which includes three discs and two posters, is reissued by Sony today (Oct 14) to make it available to a wider audience at a cheaper price. Nice.


#BowieARealityTour  #BowieVinyl

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Praise for three final Bowie tracks

on October 14, 2016


“I’ve got a handful of songs to sing”


The #1 best-selling musical soundtrack in the UK right now (according to Amazon), is the Lazarus Cast Album, due for release on October 21, four days before previews for @lazarusmusical start in London.


The Bowie originals on the album have been singled out for praise by both Neil McCormick at The Telegraph and Dorian Lynskey at The Guardian. Here follows edited excerpts from both.


A last message from a lost icon: three more David Bowie tracks released – by Neil McCormick – The Telegraph


No Plan is a gorgeous, slippery jazz ballad, sweet and

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Donny McCaslin talks Bowie covers

on October 14, 2016


“And prayer can’t travel so far these days”            


As you know, Donny McCaslin’s latest release, Beyond Now, is out today. Donny and his band are the musicians behind the sound of David Bowie’s ★ album.


Here’s an excerpt taken from a piece that we posted from The Guardian earlier this month...



The experience of creating music with Bowie proved so deep, and its aftermath so jarring, that McCaslin decided to turn his new album, Beyond Now, out 14 October, into a tribute.