After the first of two concerts in Stockholm, Sweden, David Bowie was interviewed by a Swedish reporter, to whom he made some notorious remarks on fascism.
David Bowie saw Todd Rundgren perform at New York’s Carnegie Hall on 19 April 1974.
David Bowie was interviewed with writer William Burroughs on 17 November 1973 for Rolling Stone.
David Bowie gave an interview to the BBC Radio 1 show Scene And Heard on 11 May 1973.
On the eve of a two-week holiday in Cyprus, on 16 July 1972 David Bowie gave a series of interviews and a press conference at London’s Dorchester Hotel.
David Bowie was interviewed for Creem magazine on Tuesday 2 February 1971.
David Bowie was interviewed on the Philadelphia radio station 94 WYSP on 26 January 1971.
David Bowie gave an interview to Mirabelle and took part in a photoshoot on 24 November 1969.
David Bowie gave an interview to Jackie magazine on Thursday 30 October 1969.
David Bowie gave an interview to the radio station 3XY Melbourne on 22 October 1969.
Prior to his show at the Brighton Dome, in the afternoon of 11 October 1969 David Bowie gave an interview to the Belgian Radio Service.
David Bowie travelled to the south-east coast of England on 28 August 1969, for an appearance at Folkestone’s Leas Cliff Hall.
David Bowie’s first BBC radio appearance took place on 20 May 1965.
Two days before the release of his second single ‘I Pity The Fool’, David Bowie – then Davie Jones – gave an interview to the Daily Mirror newspaper on …
On 2 November 1964 the Evening News and Star newspaper published an interview with the singer Davie Jones headlined ‘For Those Beyond The Fringe’.