Who has performed with David Bowie?

Who has performed with David Bowie?

In the wake of yesterday’s heart-breaking news, we look back at 16 of his best hook ups, collaborations and working relationships.


What musicians were influenced by David Bowie?

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Did Andy Warhol know David Bowie?

Bowie performed a mime routine, followed by his song. None of the Factory crowd knew quite what to make of him, but by all accounts they were very polite. The two greats never met again, though Andy allegedly attended a concert during the Ziggy Stardust era and adored the glamour of it.

Who were David Bowie’s friends?

No stranger to collaboration, Bowie had many working relationships and friendships in the music industry including Iggy Pop, John Lennon, Brian Eno, Nile Rodgers to name just a few.

Who was David Bowie’s inspiration?

Did Andy Warhol hate David Bowie?

This version of events is supported by Zanetta, who said: “Warhol didn’t say anything but absolutely hated it,” he recalled. “Which didn’t help the meeting. Remember, David Bowie was not a big star. He was just some guy off the street as far as Andy Warhol was concerned.”

Why did David Bowie write Andy Warhol?

Bowie, an admirer of Warhol, sent him a copy of Hunky Dory and performed “Andy Warhol” for him in person at Warhol’s studio the Factory in New York in September 1971, before the album was released.

What did The Beatles think of Bowie?

It’s hard to imagine David Bowie ever getting told he wasn’t good enough, but before he became The Starman, he had to overcome more than his fair share of adversity, including a knockback by The Beatles.

What did paul mccartney think of David Bowie?

“David was a great star, and I treasure the moments we had together. “His music played a very strong part in British musical history, and I’m proud to think of the huge influence he has had on people all around the world,” he continued.

Who influenced The Beatles?

Long before The Beatles were influencing generations of musicians, they were being inspired themselves by the work of some of America’s early rockers, such as Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry and Carl Perkins.