David Bowie performed at the NEC Arena in Birmingham, England, on 20 November 1995, as part of the Outside Tour.
It was the 32nd date of the tour, which began on 14 September in Hartford, USA, and the first of two consecutive nights in Birmingham. The support act was Morrissey.
Bowie’s guitarists were Carlos Alomar and Reeves Gabrels. Mike Garson played piano and keyboards, Gail Ann Dorsey was on bass guitar, and Zack Alford was on drums. Peter Schwartz played synthesizer and was the musical director, and George Simms was on backing vocals and keyboards.
- ‘The Motel’
- ‘Look Back In Anger’
- ‘The Hearts Filthy Lesson’
- ‘Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)’
- ‘The Voyeur Of Utter Destruction (As Beauty)’
- ‘I Have Not Been To Oxford Town’
- ‘Andy Warhol’
- ‘The Man Who Sold The World’
- ‘A Small Plot Of Land’
- ‘Boys Keep Swinging’
- ‘Strangers When We Meet’
- ‘Hallo Spaceboy’
- ‘Breaking Glass’
- ‘We Prick You’
- ‘My Death’
- ‘Teenage Wildlife’
- ‘Under Pressure’
- ‘Moonage Daydream’
Also on this day...
- 2003: Live: NEC Arena, Birmingham
- 1991: Live: Tin Machine, Orpheum Theater, Boston
- 1987: Live: Kooyong Stadium, Melbourne
- 1983: Live: Sydney Showground, Sydney
- 1972: Live: Municipal Auditorium, Nashville
- 1969: Live: Purcell Room, London
- 1964: Live: Davie Jones and the Manish Boys, Justin Hall, West Wickham, Bromley
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