Changes Two Bowie
A celebration of the music of David Bowie, ChangesTwoBowie perform over 40 years of Bowie songs with style and panache.
With the vocal talents of 2001 Stars in Their Eyes finalist Tony Perry, the band feature a line up reminiscent of Bowie live shows from the 90’s until his final performances. If you want to hear more than Let’s Dance and Starman this is the band to see. The hits and standards are all performed, alongside lesser known album tracks and more recent material.
ChangesTwoBowie give a two hour live performance of Bowie songs from all the albums including Hunky Dory, Ziggy Stardust, Heroes, Low, and also later studio albums such as Earthling, Heathen and finally the last album Blackstar.
The emphasis is focused on presenting a career spanning breadth of work from the Bowie catalogue, a must see for all true Bowie fans.
Celebrate the man and his music together. We can be Heroes, forever and ever. What d’you say?
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