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Bowie Set To Play Six-week Club Tour

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on August 07, 1997

Inspired by the vibe and intimacy of playing ballrooms last fall on the EastCoast while recording his critically acclaimed "Earthling" CD (Virgin) inNYC, David Bowie is set to launch a six-week North American tour September 6that will bring him to clubs, ballrooms and theaters through October 18.

This news comes on the heels of the cutting-edge rocker's triumphantin-progress U.K. and European tour this summer where he's been headliningfestivals and special club gigs alike, including two sweaty and electrifyingnights at London's Hanover Grand, both of which sold out in minutes.

Bowie and his band--guitarist Reeves Gabrels, bassist Gail Ann Dorsey,keyboardist Mike Garson and drummer Zachary Alford--will kick things offSeptember 6 in Vancouver, with dates to follow in Los Angeles at theUniversal Amphitheatre on September 13, San Francisco's Warfield on September15 and 16 and at the Edge in Miami on October 7, to cite a few.

  • 7 August 1997
    Bowie Set To Play Six-week Club Tour

    Inspired by the vibe and intimacy of playing ballrooms last fall on the EastCoast while recording his critically acclaimed "Earthling" CD (Virgin) inNYC, David Bowie is set to launch a six-week North American tour September 6that will bring him to clubs, ballrooms and theaters through October 18.

    This news comes on the heels of the cutting-edge rocker's triumphantin-progress U.K. and European tour this summer where he's been headliningfestivals and special club gigs alike, including two sweaty and electrifyingnights at London's Hanover Grand, both of which sold out in minutes.

    Bowie and his band--guitarist Reeves Gabrels, bassist Gail Ann Dorsey,keyboardist Mike Garson and drummer Zachary Alford--will kick things offSeptember 6 in Vancouver, with dates to follow in Los Angeles at theUniversal Amphitheatre on September 13, San Francisco's Warfield on September15 and 16 and at the Edge in Miami on October 7, to cite a few.