One of the all-time great rock musicians, also famous as an actor, David Bowie crafted and performed some of classic tunes including "Changes", "Ziggy Stardust", "Space Oddity" and many, many more. David also participated in some great collaborations such as "Under Pressure" with Queen and "Little Drummer Boy" with Bing Crosby. His film acting credits include memorable roles in "Labyrinth", "The Last Temptation of Christ" and "The Man Who Fell to Earth."
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Former groupie Josette Caruso reveals behind closed doors details in "Bowie: The Biography."Chicago museum only US site for Bowie exhibit
CHICAGO (AP) ? An art exhibition chronicling the five-decade career of musician David Bowie opens Tuesday at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art, the only U.S. stop on its schedule.David Bowie exhibition lands in Chicago for only U.S. visit
By Mary Wisniewski CHICAGO (Reuters) - David Bowie has been best-known throughout his five-decade career as a prolific musician and songwriter, with hits like "Changes" and "Space Oddity" in constant radio circulation. But he is also an actor and artist who helped design his own album covers, stage sets and costumes. Now, 400 objects, from the multi-colored jumpsuit he wore as "Ziggy Stardust ...Space Commodity
Let?s not go crazy here. David Bowie is nowhere near the most important Britpop star of the 20th century. It?s hard to think of a single track he ever recorded that approaches the genius of, say, any of the best couple dozen John Lennon or Paul McCartney tunes. As a performer, he got decent mileage out of the contrast between his big voice and his reedy figure, but Mick Jagger thrashed him in ...David Bowie Unveils Artwork For New Single 'Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)'
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David Bowie has been best-known throughout his five-decade career as a prolific musician and songwriter, with hits like 'Changes' and 'Space Oddity' in constant radio circulation.David Bowie invited Jagger to orgies, new book claims
New book 'Bowie: The Biography' has claimed the singer and his wife Angie Bowie would hold orgies at their house in the 70s and David would let his friend Sir Mick Jagger sleep with his spouse.'David Bowie Is'
If David Bowie had died yesterday, my response would be something like the one Frederick Exley proposed in A Fan's Notes for what he'd say about football great Frank Gifford: "I owe more tears to this dead man than you shall see me pay" Bowie is still around, thank God, so you can watch the one-night-only film David Bowie Is with a little amusement for the extremity of the personality cult.Five reasons to brave crowds for the David Bowie blockbuster
The "David Bowie Is" exhibition could be the largest draw in the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago's history. To go or not to go? These highlights should help you decide.David Bowie's Got a New Album Coming 'Definitely, Soon'
In 2013, David Bowie returned to music after a lengthy absence with The Next Day , an album that SPIN 's critic wasn't terribly fond of but still signaled good things to come for the British singer's return to the forefront of public consciousness...
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David's birthname was David Robert Hayward-Jones. He used the name David Bowie to avoid confusion with the then well-known Davy Jones, lead singer of the Monkees.
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