Tony Visconti, Woody Woodmansey’s Holy Holy and Glenn Gregory perform David Bowie’s seminal The Man Who Sold the World album plus a new set of other classic Bowie songs from 1969-73, with very special guests.
Due to public demand following their very successful mini UK tour in September 2014, legendary Bowie bandmates, producer/bass player Tony Visconti and drummer Woody Woodmansey (pictured here soundchecking at Shepherd's Bush Empire in September), will be playing music together again in June, just as they originally did with David Bowie and Mick Ronson.
The Man Who Sold The World, recorded in 1970, is considered one of Bowie’s finest moments and this band are well-placed to do it justice, as they proved in September.
Following Holy Holy’s performance of The Man Who Sold The World in full, the second half of the show will feature a selection of favourite early Bowie songs, including several that the band have never played live before. Tony Visconti will play bass for the entire set. Fronting the band on this jaunt will be Glenn Gregory of Heaven 17 once again.