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(bō'wē),
Donald James, 20th-century Canadian physician. See: Bowie stain.
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Heritage Minister Rebecca Pow said: "David Bowie is a cultural icon and 50 years on from his performance at the 'Bowie Bandstand' in Beckenham it is right that we remember his influence on music and culture in this way.
David Bowie: Finding Fame airs on BBC Two at 9pm on Saturday, February 9.
Despite that tribute - and Bowie's enduring popularity and influence - it comes after Neve Campbell had "no idea" who David Bowie was when they appeared on 'Saturday Night Live' together.
Long after Ziggy Stardust's demise, on occasion David Bowie would return to the region as one of the world's biggest music stars - in 1978, at the City Hall; in 1987, at Sunderland's Roker Park; in 1991 at Newcastle Mayfair; in 1995 as the first major artist to play Newcastle Arena; and in 1997 at Newcastle Riverside.
Celebrating David Bowie, which comes off the back of the sell-out show at London's O2 Academy Brixton earlier this year, takes place at the London, O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire, January 12 and the Manchester, 02 Ritz, January 13 before heading into Europe.
David Bowie held lead roles on Broadway and in movies, working with respected names such as Martin Scorsese and Jim Henson.
I READ George Tyndale's attack on David Bowie fans for expressing their grief and condolences on the news of his unexpected death.
KARACHI: David Bowie was the emblem of the Seventies and beyond, materialising on the musical scene like a veritable Space Oddity, as perhaps no other artiste since - arguably eclipsing even those giants of the previous generation, the Beatles and the Stone
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- Two cult films starring David Bowie, the legendary rock star who died last week aged 69, will be shown in a special section at this year's !f ystanbul International Independent Film Festival, organizers said on Monday.
It's the death part that's a drag..." David Bowie, in 2002.
David Bowie died on Monday morning after an 18-month battle with cancer.