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FIVE YEARS – Duran Duran, Billy Corgan and Ian Hunter To Appear At ‘Just For One Day’ – A Star-Studded Streaming Concert Marking The Fifth Anniversary Of David Bowie’s Passing

Anna Calvi, Duran Duran and Yungblud are among the latest artists to be added to the stellar bill of a live streaming show celebrating the…

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⚡️ TONY VISCONTI & WOODY WOODMANSEY Present THE BEST OF BOWIE Featuring GLENN GREGORY & All-Star Band HOLY HOLY⚡️

TONY VISCONTI & WOODY WOODMANSEY present THE BEST OF BOWIE featuring  Glenn Gregory & all-star band Holy Holy, Performing BOWIE HITS & CULT CLASSICS. UK Tour 9-18th April 2021. Buy Tickets here, with Pre-sale 17th September, and General-sale 18th Sept 2020

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DAPHNE GUINNESS’ NEW ALBUM: ‘REVELATIONS’ OUT NOW

Today sees the release of ‘Revelations’ the new album from Daphne Guinness, produced by Tony Visconti and available now via Agent Anonyme/Absolute. Daphne recorded the new album at Les Studios Saint Germain, Paris – working once again with David Bowie producer Visconti, also at the helm for Guinness’ previous two critically-acclaimed albums, ‘Optimist in Black’ and ‘Daphne & The Golden Chord’. ‘Revelations’ is now available to stream across all platforms here.

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Daphne Guinness Releases New Single And Video ‘Looking Glass’ Ahead Of New Album ‘Revelations’ Out August 14

Daphne Guinness releases a new single, ‘Looking Glass’, the latest to be lifted from her forthcoming third album, ‘Revelations’ due out on August 14, 2020 via Agent Anonyme/Absolute. Daphne recorded the album at Les Studios Saint Germain, Paris – working once again with David Bowie producer Tony Visconti, also at the helm for Guinness’ previous two critically-acclaimed albums, ‘Optimist in Black’ and ‘Daphne & The Golden Chord’. Stream the new video for ‘Looking Glass’ here:

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STARDUST MEMORIES – Last Spider Standing Woody Woodmansey On Keeping Bowie’s Music Live With Holy Holy

Between 1970 and 1973 Mick “Woody” Woodmansey played drums on four successive David Bowie albums, which saw the Starman skyrocket from relative unknown to…

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He’s In the Best Selling Show: Woody Woodmansey Talks To EP About Holy Holy, Bowie, And Performing

Holy Holy originally formed to play Latitude Festival in 2013, and have continued to tour around the world. They’re touring the UK in 2019, commencing February 8 in York, and winding up in Cambridge on Sunday, February 24. You can get tickets and further information here.
We’re immensely indebted to Woody Woodmansey for giving us the time to answer a few questions for us.

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PHANTOM MENACES – Divine Sorcery Or Frightful Mess? The Damned Unleash ‘Evil Spirits’ Their First Album In 10 Years

Coming 10 years after its predecessor – and with David Bowie‘s right hand man Tony Visconti in the producer’s chair – there were naturally big expectations…

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NEAT NEAT NEAT – Punk Legends The Damned Summon Their Evil Spirits To Smash It Up At London’s Camden KOKO

The Damned’s place in history is secured as one of the triumvirate of London bands that kick-started the punk rock revolution. And yet despite being…

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The Essential Weekly Playlist Of: Owen Paul

The Essential Weekly Playlist is back, with a difference! Instead of YouTube links, now each artist has their own Spotify playlist of the songs which mean so much to them. Our first Essential Playlist for 2018 comes from Owen Paul. Be sure to give all the tracks a listen.

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UP PERISCOPE – CousteauX Resurface With A Little Help From Carl Barat of The Libertines

Named after the iconic French deep sea diver, CousteauX are back from the depths with their first new album in more than a decade….

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When Lisa Met Lisa: We Speak to Lisa Ronson

Lisa Ronson, formerly of New York band, The Secret History, is set to launch her debut solo album, ‘Emperors of Medieval Japan’, on November 6.

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‘The Man Who Sold The World – Live in London’

Bowie fans will instantly know the names of Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey, bassist and drummer respectively for the Thin White Duke himself.

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