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    Default The Thin White Duke (Bowie) is back!!

    David Bowie, a long time Philly favorite who loves this town, has just released his first single "Where we are now" in a decade. Dave's single comes from his forthcoming album "The Next Day" and expect he'll come back here if on tour.



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    Single already hit number one on iTunes. Good stuff.

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    Hey, that's the photo I posted of him on FB for his birthday yesterday!

    Love Bowie so much. We paid somewhat large sums of moneez several years back, for 10th row seats at his last show in the DC area. It was completely worth it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluecuracao View Post
    Hey, that's the photo I posted of him on FB for his birthday yesterday!

    Love Bowie so much. We paid somewhat large sums of moneez several years back, for 10th row seats at his last show in the DC area. It was completely worth it.
    I got front row seats for cost when he played with Moby at the tweeter center. Best concert ever.

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    I saw Bowie in 84 at Hershey stadium for the Let's Dance Tour. Great show except we drank cheap red wine in 90plus humid weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MNG1324 View Post
    I saw Bowie in 84 at Hershey stadium for the Let's Dance Tour. Great show except we drank cheap red wine in 90plus humid weather.
    Trying to discern the concert I convinced my future wife and her little sister (now beloved sister-in-law) to go to but appears it was the Serious Moonlight/ Let's Dance tour in July 1983 at the Spectrum. Most of the songs were new and many principal players were dressed in going out African tribal costumes - except for Earl Slick on the most blistering lead guitar I'd ever seen before or since.

    I recall upon leaving we went around the back for kicks in hope of catching the band coming out and was struck by Dave's F-150 brown stretch limo town car. We didn't wait but it was a great show, though sorry never to catch his earlier Spiders from Mars stuff live or famous gigs at the Tower.

    July 19, 1983
    David Bowie
    at The Spectrum, Philadelphia
    Date July 19, 1983
    Band David Bowie
    Tour Serious Moonlight
    Venue The Spectrum
    City Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    Personnel Tony Thompson
    David Bowie
    Earl Slick
    Carlos Alomar
    Carmine Rojas
    Dave Le Bolt
    Steve Elson
    Stan Harrison
    Lenny Pickett
    Frank Simms
    George Simms
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    Tony Oursler was a pretty good pairing with Bowie- they complimented each other perty well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersupper View Post
    Tony Oursler was a pretty good pairing with Bowie- they complimented each other perty well.
    Had never heard of him before - thanks for the heads up. Tony's work (pure Bowie):



    KING's ROAD – the best in cinema, music, art, fashion, photography & more Blog Archive “Open Obscura”: Tony Oursler’s exhibition in Milan

 

 

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