- Wed Sep 28, 2016, 5:53 PM GMT
'Bowie Legacy' is scheduled to be released in November to follow up the previous box set 'Who Can I Be Now? (1974-1976)'.READ MORE
He is the man who elevated his music to what can only be described as an art form. Driven by an entirely deeper dynamic than most pop artists, David Bowie inhabited a very special world of extraordinary sounds and endless vision. Unwilling to stay on the treadmill of rock legend and avoiding the descent into ever demeaning and decreasing circles of cliche, Bowie wrote and performed what he wanted, when he wanted.
David Robert Jones was born in Brixton on January 8, 1947. At age thirteen, inspired by the jazz of the London West End, he picked up the saxophone and called up Ronnie Ross for lessons. Early bands he played with, The Kon-Rads, The King Bees, the Mannish Boys and the Lower Third, provided him with an introduction into the showy world of pop and mod, and by 1966 he was David Bowie, with long hair and aspirations of stardom rustling about his head.
A new report says that Iman let Bowie's godson take a portion of his ashes and scatter it at the spiritual event which he had a special connection to.READ MORE
The first track from the David Ayer-directed film, titled 'Task Force X' and composed by Oscar winner Steven Price, has also been released.READ MORE
Fans post on their respective social media accounts photos of the all-black cover turning into a field of stars after being put under direct sunlight.READ MORE
The host sings every line from the song while Martin plays the piano during the laid-back performance, which also includes a cameo from The Roots' Captain Kirk Douglas.READ MORE
The 'Warcraft' director calls the tribute performance featuring Lorde, Bowie's band, Gary Oldman and Annie Lennox 'beautiful.'READ MORE