On 7 January 2016, the day before the release of the Blackstar album, the video for David Bowie’s ‘Lazarus’ premiered.
On a night off from the Ziggy Stardust Tour, on 9 April 1973 David and Angela Bowie saw a performance by kabuki star Tomasa Boru in Tokyo, Japan.
Following the final US date of the Ziggy Stardust Tour, on 13 March 1973 David Bowie saw Bette Midler perform live.
David Bowie saw dance troupe the Rockettes on 13 February 1973.
David Bowie saw performances by Biff Rose and Bruce Springsteen at New York’s Max’s Kansas City on 5 February 1973.
David Bowie attended a show by Charles Mingus at the Village Gate nightclub in New York City on 4 February 1973.
On 6 November 1972, David Bowie’s manager Tony Defries wrote to record producer Phil Spector.
David Bowie wrote ‘Watch That Man’, the opening song on Aladdin Sane, on 29 September 1972.
David Bowie signed a recording contract with RCA Records on 9 September 1971.
Mercury Records agreed to terminate their deal with David Bowie on 14 May 1971.
David Bowie went to two Valentine’s Day parties in Los Angeles on 14 February 1971.
The day after he arrived in Chicago, on 5 February 1971 David Bowie had a meeting with Mercury Records’ head of A&R, Robin McBride.
David Bowie signed a publishing deal with Chrysalis on Friday 23 October 1970.
On the evening of 24 September 1969, David Bowie attended a meeting to discuss the direction of Growth – the Beckenham Arts Lab.
David Bowie performed at the Three Horseshoes pub in Hampstead, London, on 23 September 1969.
David Bowie attended a meeting of the organisers of Growth – the Beckenham Arts Lab on Tuesday 19 August 1969.
David Bowie auditioned to take part in an advertisement for the Kit Kat chocolate bar on 9 May 1969.
David Bowie and the Riot Squad performed at the Shakespeare Hotel in Woolwich, London, on Friday 31 March 1967.
On 26 January 1967, David Bowie’s manager Ken Pitt applied for him to join the Performing Rights Society (PRS). On 9 March he was made a Provisional Associate Member, …
Three days after Decca Records agreed to finance and release David Bowie’s debut album, the singer signed a contract with the label.