It's still hard to believe that David Bowie has left us in the physical world, and that's why his music is still being celebrated nearly two years after his death.
"Celebrating David Bowie producer Angelo Bundini told Rolling Stone recently, "The last shows were about communities coming together to reflect on David and his music", but as he notes, "...
The site promises, "Friends, Bowie bandmates & world class players performing a career spanning concert of Bowie music, Bowie-style".
After a successful run of dates earlier in the year, the Celebrating David Bowie tour will return in 2018 with a 26-date tour through Europe and North America beginning January 10th in Paris and closing out March 11th in Portland, OR.
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Wildfires had burned earlier in the canyons around his house, but he had never seen one like this, he said. The Corona Fire Department on Monday night tweeted that the fire was up to 2,000 acres and 5% contained.
I have worked with over 1000 singers but never anyone like David.
Celebrating David Bowie will be Bowie's longest standing musician keyboardist Mike Garson, Talking Heads' guitarist Adrian Belew (Sound & Vision Tour), Irish guitarist Gerry Leonard (Reality Tour), and (Let's Dance/Serious Moonlight Tour) bassist Carmine Rojas.
"The shows had a magic because our intent was to celebrate David with as much love and respect as we could".
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