This morning (December 5) with no heads-up, David Bowie debuted a new video for “I’d Rather Be High (Venetian Mix – Wasted Edit).”
Vogue UK reports that he’ll be co-starring in a video with model Arizona Muse that will debut on the company’s app on November 7. before airing on TV on November 10. The commercial will also debut in movie theaters later this month.
The Next Day Extra will include 10 bonus songs. Five are new tracks, two are remixes and three were previously available on the original deluxe version of The Next Day (which prompts the question of how much extra material was recorded during the making of this album).
Murphy pays his respects to Bowie on the remix, which will be included on the deluxe edition of Bowie’s latest album, ‘The Next Day.”
For all David Bowie fans, the traveling exhibit “David Bowie is” proves itself as a must-see for all music, art and pop-culture pieces related to Bowie and Ziggy Stardust. The homage — displaying diary entries instruments, costumes, and more — is currently on display at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Curators Geoffrey Marsh and Victoria Broackes, however, have unveiled a piece of the gallery that anyone can experience anywhere: Bowie’s list of his 100 favorite books.
On this day in 1975, David Bowie scored his first No. 1 hit in the US with “Fame”! Take a look back on some little known facts you may not have known about the song.
Despite a new album under his belt, touring still doesn’t seem to be a major priority for David Bowie. According to Billboard, reports that Bowie could be returning to the stage, behind March’s The Next Day or otherwise, are […]
For his stark new music video, “Valentine’s Day” (above), David Bowie, standing alone in a monolithic old building among a row of concrete columns, stares intently into the camera while passionately delivering the lyrics and […]
In Not Fade Away, we take a look at the legacy of some of the greatest albums of the past few decades – some iconic, some lesser known – as they celebrate significant anniversaries. Here, […]
Trevor Bolder, former bassist for David Bowie and Uriah Heep, has died after a bout with cancer. He was 62. Last February, Bolder revealed that the recent surgery he had undergone was for pancreatic cancer, […]