On ‘Tickets @ 2′ it’s David Bowie’s only transatlantic #1 “Let’s Dance.”
Bowie’s gone through more iconic looks than Madonna, and soon they’ll be on display as part of a exhibit opening in 2013 at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum. However, the artist who sang the hit “Fashion” will not be involved in the exhibit, despite reports in the press.
Bo Diddley talking about his own demise. David Bowie taunting Mick Jagger for being too “conservative.” Les Paul musing about his invention of his namesake guitar. Those are just some of the topics discussed in a treasure trove of interviews being donated to the Library of Congress.
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David Bowie is as much of an icon in fashion as in music, and for decades, his fans have attempted to emulate his various looks. For those who are still working on it, here’s some good news: there’s an app for that. Two, actually.
In what may be the best week all year for classic rock releases, we’ve got new music from the Beach Boys, Neil Young and Joe Walsh, as well as reissues from Heart, Paul Simon and David Bowie, and the Beatles’ Yellow Submarine animated movie on DVD. Let’s jump right into June 5′s new releases.
Following Donna Summer’s death last week, tributes from musicians and celebrities poured in from all corners of pop culture, expressing admiration for the singer’s catalog of music. But was she snubbed by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Two very influential voices think so.
Mick Jagger is not a frontman bound by the confines of his band. In addition to releasing four solo albums, the Rolling Stones singer has collaborated with his fair share of musical friends, some more likely than others.
All weekend we’re going back to the 70s with our 70s Sampler Weekend! We’ll be featuring Double Plays of the Greatest Hits on Earth from the 70s all weekend long! Put on your bell bottoms […]
David Bowie performed “The Jean Genie” live on the BBC back in 1973, and the clip has not aired since its first broadcast. The video was long believed lost forever, but BBC still has a copy […]