David Bowie died on 10 January 2016 at his apartment at 285 Lafayette Street in Manhattan, New York City.
David Bowie and Iman’s daughter Alexandria Zahra Jones was born at 5.06am on 15 August 2000.
David Bowie and Iman Abdulmajid married in a private ceremony in Switzerland on 24 April 1992. Several weeks later, on 6 June, they held a public celebration in Florence, …
David Bowie married Iman Abdulmajid at a private ceremony on 24 April 1992.
David Bowie met John Lennon at a party on 20 September 1974.
David and Angela Bowie spend Christmas 1973 with Mick and Bianca Jagger.
On 10 May 1973 David Bowie paid a surprise visit to his former manager Kenneth Pitt.
18 September 1972 was the likely date that Mike Garson auditioned to play piano in David Bowie’s band, the Spiders From Mars.
David Bowie met artist and filmmaker Andy Warhol on 10 September 1971.
David Bowie’s son Duncan Zowie Haywood Jones was born on 30 May 1971.
The Velvet Underground performed at New York’s Electric Circus on 29 and 30 January 1971. One of the shows was seen by David Bowie.
David Bowie’s management contract with Kenneth Pitt, which had been in place since 1966, ended on Thursday 7 May 1970.
David Bowie had informed Kenneth Pitt on 31 March 1970 that he no longer wanted Pitt to manage him. On 24 April Bowie wrote a letter terminating their arrangement.
Kenneth Pitt had been David Bowie’s manager since 1966, initially with Ralph Horton. On 31 March 1970 Bowie informed Pitt that he wished to manage himself.
David Bowie married his first wife, Angela Barnett, at Bromley Register Office on Friday 20 March 1970.
David Bowie performed a solo set at Beckenham’s Three Tuns pub on 19 March 1970. It was his final appearance at the pub.
David Bowie’s father, Haywood Stenton ‘John’ Jones, died on 5 August 1969.
David Bowie watched the debut live performance by King Crimson at the Speakeasy in London on 9 April 1969.
David Bowie filmed an appearance in the BBC drama The Pistol Shot on 31 January 1968.
By the middle of 1967 David Bowie looked to be on the cusp of success, having finally released a debut album and getting noticed by sections of the media.