Sounds like: The White Stripes, David Bowie, Freddie Mercury What's so good? Jack White is a god in this musical universe. I have been enamored with almost everything the dude has touched on over his entire career. He’s interesting,Show More Summary
Categories: Politics Skepticism Support more videos like this at patreon.com/rebecca! Direct link to video. Transcript: Look, I get that it’s 2018 and everything is completely fucked because Prince and David Bowie are dead... (Read more...) The post A Few Reasons Why Oprah Should Not Be President #Noprah2020 appeared first on Skepchick.
Approaching the Classic Rock cover, from a thoroughly Shulman-y angle; these are some of my favorites. In Part 2, covers of Led Zeppelin, Jefferson Airplane, David Bowie, and Lynyrd Skynyrd [Part 2 of 3]
Courtesy Craft What do you like to drink after a shift? “Champagne, always.” What is the all-time best dive bar jukebox song? “David Bowie, “Young Americans.” As a proud ATLien, I also love OutKast, “Elevators.”” Name the first good wine you ever drank and where you had it. Show More Summary
The albums, recently available in a box set, are out individually on vinyl for the first time since 1991
Rousing renditions of “Heroes” and “Borderline”
Months before the death of Leonard Cohen, a video (that now has almost 7 million views) circulated the internet of fellow Canadian folk icon Rufus Wainwright singing Cohen’s "Hallelujah" with a warehouse full of people. That project was led by a musical choir aptly named Choir! Choir! Choir! The group, which boils down to the…
"I've sat mesmerized watching online videos of the Canadian group Choir! Choir! Choir! They somehow manage to get hundreds of strangers to sing beautifully together....With almost no rehearsal - how do they do it?? They manage to achieve...Show More Summary
To celebrate what would have been David Bowie's 71st birthday, Chic's Nile Rodgers shared this newly-mixed demo of the 1983 hit single, "Let's Dance." Rolling Stone reports: "I've been blessed with a wonderful career but my creativeShow More Summary
In October 1973, David Bowie appeared for the last time as Ziggy Stardust at the "1980 Floor Show" (Get it? 19-Eighty-Floor? 1984?), a surreal cabaret he curated at London's famed The Marquee Club. Some of the extravaganza was laterShow More Summary
David Bowie was quite the avid reader. In his honor, his son, Duncan Jones, has launched an online book club that will focus on books Bowie enjoyed. The first book is Hawksmoor and the discussion is on February 1st. Will you be participating? The post Join David Bowie’s Book Club appeared first on The Millions.
In 1977, Iggy Pop and David Bowie were supposed to perform on Peter Gzowski’s 90 Minutes Live in Toronto. Unfortunately due to an issue with contracts and the union with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, that performance turned into an interview with Iggy. Show More Summary
Creative advice from David Bowie and another emergent theme this week: glue. Read more on MAKE The post Tips of the Week: More Great Glue Hacks, Jigsaw Cutting, and Wading Out of Your Depth appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
“On The Day You Died” was recorded the morning of Bowie’s death
On January 10, 2016, the world learned that David Bowie, the beloved, incredibly talented, musical genius had passed away due to the devastating effects from cancer. In the two years since, director Francis Whately has compiled archival footage, recordings and interviews last five years of Bowie’s life and put it into a documentary aptly entitled...
David Bowie died two years ago on this date; Seattle duo Kylmyys pay their respects with a gorgeous cover of "Subterraneans." by Dave Segal Young Americans cover a Bowie deep cut. Kylmyys Seattle electronic duo Kylmyys have released a cover of David Bowie's sublimely solemn, Eno-assisted "Subterraneans" off his classic 1977 LP, Low (ranked No. Show More Summary
Vilhelm Parfumerie has launched Poets of Berlin, a new fragrance inspired by David Bowie’s years in Berlin...
Says producer Nile Rodgers: "This demo gives you, the fans, a bird’s eye view of the very start of it!"
Producer Nile Rodgers celebrated the late David Bowie’s 71st birthday on Monday with an unreleased demo of his classic 1983 hit “Let’s Dance” and what a gift it is. Writes Rolling Stone: “Compared to the bombast of the f… Read The post Nile Rodgers Celebrated David Bowie’s Birthday with a Stunning Unreleased Demo of ‘Let’s Dance’ – LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.
"I'm not a Dylan … I'm not somebody who can stoically write a clear picture of what's happening. But I can leave a very strong impression of how I feel about it." That's David Bowie, speaking in voiceover about a third of the way through...Show More Summary