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Bo·wie

(bō'wē),
Donald James, 20th-century Canadian physician. See: Bowie stain.
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The 1905 bandstand is in Beckenham, where Bowie lived in the home of landlady-turned-lover Mary Finnigan.
A Bowie Celebration, Manchester O2 Ritz January 23, 2020 Following a major European tour earlier this year, A Bowie Celebration is set to return in early 2020 with a special performance at Manchester's O2 Ritz.
"One song, Bunny Thing, shows Bowie in full-on, presumably drug-inspired or fuelled, weird mode.
Whateley discovered that Bowie rented video equipment so he could watch himself rehearse at Haddon Hall, the Victorian home in Beckenham where he lived with his wife and various musicians between 1969 and 1972.
"She and her best friend had one of many drinking nights with Bowie and Jagger and ended up back at their shack with David.
The documentary, the third in a trilogy, charts Bowie's climb from Brixton boy to young musician and currently features Bowie's 1972 performance of Starman on Top Of The Pops as its denouement.
A chicken sandwich with watercress and tomatoes was apparently Bowie's favourite.
A Chandler Democrat, Bowie last beat Schmuck in 2016, when the two ran head-to-head for the open Senate seat in Legislative District 18.
Although no more details have been made available yet, David Bowie News reported that the documentary will air in 2019 as fans can look forward to another insight into the life of the 'Space Oddity' musician.
In 2013, Siegel founded Bowie, together with Galena Private Equity Resource Fund (Galena), an affiliate of Trafigura AG, to merge Siegel's Bowie #2 Mine in Colorado with the Canyon Fuel assets in Utah that he acquired from Arch Coal.
The 25-song show, to be co-hosted by Bowie's longtime producer Tony Visconti, amounts to a surprise forum for a tribute to the music legend who wanted no formal memorial.