Holy Holy Tickets
Holy Holy Call on the Spiders from Mars
With the "Thin White Duke" leaving us for good, there aren't many opportunities to experience the power of his musical legacy live, so this chance definitely shouldn't be missed. Holy Holy are the legendary drummer Woody Woodmansey from the Spiders from Mars era and Tony Visconti, who has made big contributions to Bowie's discography and also notably, has contributed bass to one of the artist's most iconic songs, The Man Who Sold the World. Holy Holy tickets are now available to buy and sell via StubHub.
Bowie's Legacy Lives On
Woodmansey and Bowie knew each other for a long time. He joined Bowie's first band, called The Hype, which later evolved into The Spiders from Mars. Woody, as his friends call him, contributed a large number of drum parts to many of Bowie's most legendary releases, including 1970s phenomenon, The Man Who Sold the World. Woodmansey has had a long and fruitful career sharing the stage and playing with many world-renowned artists, Art Garfunkel being just one of them. Tony Visconti, on the other hand, is a legend in his own right, with an enviably long discography and work ranging from scoring arrangements for Paul McCartney's solo album in 1973 to working with Benin singer Angélique Kidjo and delivering a Grammy award-winning album in the face of her eighth album, Djin Djin. Tony is also the person who creatively has kept the closest connection to Bowie, producing the artist's 2016 farewell masterpiece "Blackstar". The producer's latest credits include work for one of the UK's best-known punk bands, The Damned, and their latest album, which was the group's first in 10 years. Visconti has been honoured by Kingston University, who have opened a studio bearing his name - a testament to his contribution to the world of rock music.
Holy Holy - An Authentic Homage
Holy Holy tickets are available now, so you can enjoy Heaven 17's Glenn Gregory performing his take on some of Bowie's biggest classics live. Gregory was also been a long-time friend of Bowie, which can be seen clearly in their shared performance on the 1984 Band Aid single. The band performs a lot of Bowie's material from his early years - material in which Woody and Tony really managed to shine as composers, producers and musicians. Experience the only living legacy of David Bowie's music with Holy Holy tickets available now to sell or buy via StubHub.
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