A Bowie Celebration: Just For One Day will kick off January 8, hosting a plethora of famous faces
50 years on from its release, the former David Bowie bassist and uber-producer tells the story of one of Bowie's greatest albums, and the enduring influence of Mick Ronson
"I would never want to be on stage knowing that my playing was substandard but hoping that no one notices. That’s not me.”
Motörhead has released a cover of David Bowie's "Heroes." Taken from the band's upcoming covers compilation, Under Cöver, it's one of the final tracks the trio ever recorded together.
Temple of the Dog—a supergroup that featured members of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden (including Chris Cornell)—enjoyed a successful 25th anniversary tour late last year.
In 1985, Mick Jagger and David Bowie got together to release one of the most-mockedmusic videos of all time—their cover of Martha and the Vandellas'"Dancing in the Street."
Stevie Ray Vaughan released four studio albums, a live album and a Vaughan Brothers album, not to mention enough leftover live and studio material to fill several posthumous albums and a box set.
One of the more memorable songs from Nirvana's early nineties MTV Unplugged performance (and accompanying CD and DVD) is the band's surprise cover of David Bowie's "The Man Who Sold the World."