On 7 January 2016, the day before the release of the Blackstar album, the video for David Bowie’s ‘Lazarus’ premiered.
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.
Decca Records agreed to record and release the debut album by David Bowie on Monday 24 October 1966.
David Bowie made a promotional appearance at the Target Club in High Wycombe on the evening of Friday 18 March 1966.
David Bowie took part in a record signing at Crane and Sons music store in Birmingham on Saturday 5 March 1966.
In the summer of 1965 Ralph Horton began managing David Bowie and his band the Lower Third. The arrangement was formalised with a contract dated 25 November 1965.
In late 1965 David Bowie’s manager Ralph Horton was looking for financial assistance.
David Bowie – then still known as Davie Jones, but with a name change imminent – signed a publishing deal with Sparta Music on 14 September 1965.