David Bowie

David Bowie

[1947 - 2016] David Bowie was an influential and award-winning British rock and pop singer, songwriter and entertainer, who was active since the '60s.

After issuing various psychedelic pop-songs throughout the '60s, such as "Love Me 'Til Tuesday" and "The Laughing Gnome", Bowie scored a huge hit with "Space Oddity" in 1969.

Since then he racked up dozens of memorable albums such as "Ziggy Stardust", "Hunky Dory", "Aladdin Sane", "Low", "Heroes", "Let's Dance" and "Heathen".

Hit singles are numerous - best examples include "The Jean Genie", "Life on Mars", "Rebel Rebel", "Golden Years", "Sound and Vision", "Ashes to Ashes", "Let's Dance" and "Jump They Say".

In 2013, he returned from a ten-year hiatus with the album "The Next Day" (nominated for a Barclaycard Mercury Prize), followed in 2016 by the Mercury Prize-nominated "Blackstar".

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