"Yeah, more than one more than one. He's an amazing human he was ... and is in my mind, he's alive. A guy like Bowie, because of the body of work he left and the legacy he left,... he's alive. One of the standout moments, when we hung out, Mark and I hung out with him in New York to plan the first record that ended up not happening with him for other reasons... It happened with Brian Eno...And that was his idea as well. We went to see this modern dance group and we were out in the limo. I recognized the limo from "the man who fell to earth", the film I'd seen and loved. And he's just casually mentioned something at some point when we were sitting there in the sushi bar down by the Gramercy park hotel.."So Miles might stop by"... It's like "Miles?" And in comes Miles Davis... And David introduces us and Miles wants to know why David's interested in, in Devo. And I started giving Miles the Devo wrap, and you just can see he wasn't having it...shaking his head and David... It just made David laugh and they're having a big laugh about it. And it was, it was wonderful.”
"Look under your bed—it'll set you free."
The Peter Frampton Band’s tribute to David Bowie’s “Loving The Alien” is the latest track to be revealed off their forthcoming album Frampton Forgets the Words. The performance video, which premiered yesterday on Grammy.com, features personal photos of Bowie and Frampton together as well as archival MTV footage.
The epic global streaming event “A Bowie Celebration: Just For One Day!” has added HYFI as a broadcast partner for the January 8 concert event. Rolling Live Studios’ addition of HYFI, a leading destination for the highest-quality 4K and HDR on-demand concert programming and virtual live entertainment, enables fans to enjoy the star-studded event on OTT (over-the-top) via the HYFI App.
“A Bowie Celebration: Just For One Day!” is the global streaming event to start 2021 off on a massive level on January 8 beginning at 6pm PT hosted by Mike Garson, David Bowie’s longest standing band member. The stream will bring together a dazzling array of artists who worked with Bowie, or were deeply influenced by him and his work, for a celebration on what would have been his birthday and weekend of the fifth anniversary of his passing.
Jeff Feuerzeig & Henry Rosenthal announce project focusing on The Legendary Stardust Cowboy, who inspired Bowie
David Bowie’s longest and most trusted collaborator, pianist Mike Garson, brought A Bowie Celebration back to California for a series of concerts with a new setlist. The show came a year after an astounding show by the same core group at the Wiltern Theater last year.
The second leg of A Bowie Celebration, the David Bowie Alumni tour made its way to the Majestic Ventura Theater in Ventura, California, for a 22-song marathon concert of David Bowie classics. The show featured a core band of Bowie collaborators including, keyboardist Mike Garson who was Bowie's longest and most frequent band member. Garson played on more than 20 Bowie albums and performed more than 1000 live shows with him.
A BOWIE CELEBRATION: The David Bowie Alumni Tour featuring Mike Garson and fellow key alumni musicians of David Bowie's bands from across the decades has announced a 32-date North American winter tour for 2019.
The Celebrating David Bowie concert tour made a stop in downtown Los Angeles, February 28 at the historic Wiltern Theater. The show features a core band of veteran rockers many of who performed and recorded over the years with David Bowie. The 2018 tour, which is in the middle of its run, offers a unique concert at every city it visits, by employing famous pop singers who live nearby.