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Love You Till Sunday Bowie Day In Southend-on-sea

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on August 12, 2011

Ten thousand peoploids split into small tribes, Coveting Bowie's back catalogue...

This sounds impressively ambitious, a whole bunch of musical type Bowie fans carving up the Bowie back catalogue to perform the songs live from 2:00pm on Sunday, August 21st, under the shared umbrella of Love You Till Sunday.

In fact, around twenty artists will perform a collective tribute to David Bowie, consisting of approximately forty Bowie tunes, presumably played at breakneck speed to fit 'em all in!

Still, if the attention to detail is anything like it is in the above flyer for the event, then a splendid time should be had by all.

For those of you wondering, the flyer is based on the original Dutch Love You Till Tuesday picture sleeve 45 from 1967, below.

You can read more about the event on the Love You Till Sunday facebook page and find out how to get to the venue here on The Railway Hotel site.

I'll leave you with the line-up and setlist as it stands right now

Dave Dulake: Five Years, The Laughing Gnome, Please Mr Gravedigger
Fi Jacobs: Oh! You Pretty Things, Rubber Band
Rosie Barrett: Let's Dance, Moonage Daydream
Stefan Redgraves: Scary Monsters, Space Oddity
Paul Hill: Queen Bitch, Suffragette City
Anne Clunn: Life on Mars?, Changes
Andrew Moore: Rebel Rebel, We Are Hungry Men, Modern Love
Tom Burgess: Song For Bob Dylan, All The Young Dudes, Ziggy Stardust
Artgruppe: Kooks, Ashes To Ashes
Duncan Leslie: Cat People, Scream Like A Baby
Dave Woodcock: Rock 'N' Roll Suicide, There Is A Happy Land
Mark: Sorrow, The Man Who Sold The World, Across The Universe
Phil Burdett & Tom Burgess: Little Drummer Boy.
The Anthony Newley League: Waiting For The Man, White Light White Heat, Hang On To Yourself
Sophie Burrows: Quicksand
Steve Hooker: Cracked Actor, John I'm Only Dancing, Dancing In The Street
Wendy Solomon: Sound And Vision
Jude Dulake: Starman
Ian Elliot: Amazing

If you manage to get along, please do send in your report afterwards...we'll love you till Tuesday...we might even stretch it till Wednesday.

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    12 August 2011
    Love You Till Sunday Bowie Day In Southend-on-sea

    Ten thousand peoploids split into small tribes, Coveting Bowie's back catalogue...

    This sounds impressively ambitious, a whole bunch of musical type Bowie fans carving up the Bowie back catalogue to perform the songs live from 2:00pm on Sunday, August 21st, under the shared umbrella of Love You Till Sunday.

    In fact, around twenty artists will perform a collective tribute to David Bowie, consisting of approximately forty Bowie tunes, presumably played at breakneck speed to fit 'em all in!

    Still, if the attention to detail is anything like it is in the above flyer for the event, then a splendid time should be had by all.

    For those of you wondering, the flyer is based on the original Dutch Love You Till Tuesday picture sleeve 45 from 1967, below.

    You can read more about the event on the Love You Till Sunday facebook page and find out how to get to the venue here on The Railway Hotel site.

    I'll leave you with the line-up and setlist as it stands right now

    Dave Dulake: Five Years, The Laughing Gnome, Please Mr Gravedigger
    Fi Jacobs: Oh! You Pretty Things, Rubber Band
    Rosie Barrett: Let's Dance, Moonage Daydream
    Stefan Redgraves: Scary Monsters, Space Oddity
    Paul Hill: Queen Bitch, Suffragette City
    Anne Clunn: Life on Mars?, Changes
    Andrew Moore: Rebel Rebel, We Are Hungry Men, Modern Love
    Tom Burgess: Song For Bob Dylan, All The Young Dudes, Ziggy Stardust
    Artgruppe: Kooks, Ashes To Ashes
    Duncan Leslie: Cat People, Scream Like A Baby
    Dave Woodcock: Rock 'N' Roll Suicide, There Is A Happy Land
    Mark: Sorrow, The Man Who Sold The World, Across The Universe
    Phil Burdett & Tom Burgess: Little Drummer Boy.
    The Anthony Newley League: Waiting For The Man, White Light White Heat, Hang On To Yourself
    Sophie Burrows: Quicksand
    Steve Hooker: Cracked Actor, John I'm Only Dancing, Dancing In The Street
    Wendy Solomon: Sound And Vision
    Jude Dulake: Starman
    Ian Elliot: Amazing

    If you manage to get along, please do send in your report afterwards...we'll love you till Tuesday...we might even stretch it till Wednesday.