Cracked Actor captured David Bowie at “a fragile stage” in his life. His relationship with his wife, Angie, was beginning to falter, there was business problems looming, and he was addicted to cocaine, which caused “severe physical debilitation, paranoia and emotional problems.” Filmed during Bowie’s legendary “Diamond Dogs Tour” in 1974, Alan Yentob’s film revealed a man on the run, taking stock, even questioning his own ambitions:
‘I never wanted to be a rock ‘n’ roll star. I never, honest guv, I wasn’t even there. But I was, you see, I was there. That’s what happened.’
The rehearsals for David Bowie’s Outside tour of 1995—the one where Nine Inch Nails were the opening act/co-headliner and Trent Reznor performed with the headliner, too—began in NYC at Complete Music Studios. They later continued at the William D. Mullins Memorial Center...
Actor Michael C Hall has spoken about working with David Bowie at the Mercury Prize 2016. The Dexter star, who is playing the lead in Bowie’s musical Lazarus, will be giving a special performance at the Mercury ceremony following Bowie’s death in January.
Unique David Bowie photography exhibition comes to Photofusion in Brixton Exhibition dates 15 September – 26 October 2016 Launch Party 15 September, 18:30 – 21:00 Brixton based Photofusion is collaborating with photography collective Rockarchive to produce a unique exhibition dedicated to the memory of David Bowie. The exhibition “Silhouettes and Shadows” is a visual celebration of Bowie’s life and career as remembered by the music photographers who knew and worked with him. It will feature prints and images spanning Bowie’s career and includes works by acclaimed music photographers Ray Stevenson, Fernando Aceves, Mark Mawston, and Steve Rapport, some of which
David Bowie is rumoured to have written a score to the sci-fi classic that’s locked up in some vault. But the truth is much stranger – involving screaming maids, boozy brawls and coke-induced hearing hallucinations
Erdal Kizilcay is a Turkish born multi-instrumentalist who spent over ten years collaborating with David Bowie on a number albums including 1987’s Never Let Me Down, 1993’s The Buddha of Suburbia and 1995’s Outside. He also played bass guitar in two consecutive world tours: The Glass Spider Tour of 1987 and 1990’s Sound + Vision Tour.
A deluxe, limited edition fine-art book celebrating the career of David Bowie through the lens of Terry O'Neill. A unique collector’s edition 500-copy limited luxury fine-art book of Terry O’Neill’s photography archive of David Bowie, featuring largely unseen images, to be published in September 2016.
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