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Birmingham Set List And Pix Plus More Reviews

on November 20, 2003

DB attempts to pluck GAD's strings in Birmingham tonight. Pic by Celine Caux.

Black Country Rock...Part 2

The second Birmingham show of David Bowie's A Reality Tour took the NEC by storm this evening, on what really was Gail Ann Dorsey's 41st birthday this time. (See earlier news piece.)

A 28-song set was played again, but with some significant changes, including the re-introduction of the following: Sister Midnight, Fall Dog Bombs The Moon, All The Young Dudes, Battle For Britain (The Letter), Days, Fantastic Voyage and Hang On To Yourself.

After the confusion of Gail's birthdate (How did

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Birmingham First Night Pix And Set List

on November 19, 2003

DB shows off his new flying saucer hairdo in Birmingham
this evening. Picture by BowieNetter Adeline Cantais.

Black Country Rock...

David Bowie played the first of two shows at the NEC in Birmingham this evening, on what was his bass player's 41st birthday. Isolated pockets of the audience were determined to let Gail know that they knew it was her birthday, and the lovely lady spent much of the evening wearing her best Cheshire Cat grin as a result.

There was some typically playful behaviour from David, including the acceptance of a letter from a girl at the front, which he tried,

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Japanese Dates And New Zealand Pre-sale Today

on November 19, 2003

It happens today...

We have now received ticketing information regarding the following shows in Japan and New Zealand, which can also be found in the Reality Tour Calendar:

Saturday 14 February - Wellington, New Zealand - Westpac Stadium
Monday 08 March - Tokyo, Japan - Budokan
Tuesday 09 March - Tokyo, Japan - Budokan
Thursday 11 March - Osaka, Japan - Castle Hall

The New Zealand pre-sale starts here on BowieNet TODAY at 3:00pm NY time, which I understand is 9:00am Thursday NZ time.

We will also have a pre-sale for the above Japanese shows, but we don't have a firm date yet.