Knowledge Identifier: +David_Bowie
Big Jim Sullivan - Later in the 1960s and 1970s, Sullivan continued to play on a succession of hit records including those by The Walker Brothers, Donovan, David Bowie, Benny Hill, The New Seekers, Thunderclap Newman, Love Affair, Long John Baldry, Marmalade, Small Faces, The Tremeloes, and Rolf Harris
Alan Hawkshaw - Hawkshaw was featured playing with David Bowie on the "Bowie at the Beeb" album, in a performance recorded for the "John Peel in Top Gear" show on May 13, 1968, in which he played a solo on "In The Heat Of The Morning"
Rock music - From 1971, already a minor star, David Bowie developed his Ziggy Stardust persona, incorporating elements of professional make up, mime and performance into his act
Trevor Bolder - His big break arrived in 1971, when he replaced Tony Visconti in David Bowie's backing band, which would soon be known as the Spiders from Mars
Iggy Pop - In 1971, Iggy Pop and David Bowie met at Max's Kansas City, a nightclub and restaurant in New York City
Matthew Fisher - He has played keyboards for Screaming Lord Sutch on his 1972 album, "Hands of Jack the Ripper" and played piano on David Bowie's tour in June and July 1972, with The Spiders from Mars
Jeff Beck - On 3 July 1973 Beck joined David Bowie on-stage to perform "The Jean Genie"/"Love Me Do" and "Around and Around"
Andy Newmark - After leaving the band in 1974, Newmark has performed and recorded with John Lennon, Cat Stevens, Joe Walsh, B.B. King, Eric Clapton, David Bowie, Bryan_Ferry, George Harrison, Rickie Lee Jones, Patrick Moraz, Randy Newman, Pink Floyd, Roger Waters, David Gilmour, Murray Head, Ronnie Wood, Roxy Music, ABC, Hue and Cry, Laura Nyro, Elkie Brooks, Sting, Steve Winwood, Nils Lofgren, George Benson and Michael Franks
Tony Newman (drummer) - For David Bowie, he performed on the "Diamond Dogs" album in 1974, and live with Bowie on his subsequent North American tour, including a recording at the Tower Philadelphia released as "David Live"
Simon House - He joined Hawkwind in 1974, playing on some of their albums, before leaving for David Bowie's band in 1978, which, along with Robert Calvert's depressive phase led to Hawkwind breaking up in mid-tour
Toni Basil - She choreographed David Bowie's "Diamond Dogs Tour" in 1974, and "Glass Spider Tour" in 1987
Greg Errico - Errico joined the David Bowie band for his "Diamond Dogs" 1974 tour of the U.S. during September 1974
Luther Vandross - Having co-written "Fascination" for David Bowie's "Young Americans", he went on to tour with him as a back-up vocalist in September 1974
Veljko Despot - At his post in record business in Croatia he initiates and helped bringing to Yugoslavia many important artists, like Deep Purple in 1975, The Rolling Stones , Paul McCartney & Wings , Queen , Elton John , Dire Straits , Laurie Anderson , Eros Ramazzotti , Pet Shop Boys , David Bowie and many more
Amanda Lear - In 1975, disillusioned by a shallow but surprisingly conservative fashion industry and encouraged by boyfriend David Bowie, who paid for singing and dancing lessons, Lear decided to launch a career in music
John Lennon - Lennon co-wrote "Fame", David Bowie's first US number one, and provided guitar and backing vocals for the January 1975 recording
The Human League - In December 1978 David Bowie appeared in the audience and later declared to "NME" that he "had seen the future of pop music
Rock music - Between 1979 and 1985, influenced by Kraftwerk, Yellow Magic Orchestra, David Bowie, and Gary Numan, British new wave went in the direction of such New Romantics as Spandau Ballet, Ultravox, Japan, Duran Duran, A Flock of Seagulls, Culture Club, Talk Talk and the Eurythmics, sometimes using the synthesizer to replace all other instruments
Hunt Sales - David Bowie's memories of the Sales' contribution to the recording led him to invite the pair to join Tin Machine in the late 1980s
Cha Burns - During the late 1980s, The Silencers opened for David Bowie and U2 as well as touring for 4 months with Simple Minds
MTV - MTV played some classic rock acts from the 1980s and earlier decades, including David Bowie, Dire Straits , Journey, Rush, Aerosmith, The Moody Blues, John Mellencamp, Billy Joel, Genesis, Billy Squier, Robert Palmer, Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, The Who and &ZZ_Top; newly solo acts such as Robert Plant, Phil Collins, Paul McCartney, David Lee Roth and Pete_Townshend; supergroup acts such as Asia, Power Station, The Firm and Traveling Wilburys, as well as forgotten acts such as Michael Stanley Band, Shoes, Blotto and Taxxi
Duncan Jones - When the Bowies divorced in February 1980, David Bowie was granted custody of 9-year-old Jones , and he visited his mother on his school vacations
Bowie had a cameo in "Yellowbeard", a 1983 pirate comedy created by Monty Python members, and a small part as Colin, the hitman in the 1985 film "Into the Night"
Duncan Browne - From the same period, Browne's co-composed song "Criminal World" was recorded by David Bowie on his 1983 "Let's Dance" album
Frank Simms - In 1983, he toured the world with his brother George as a vocalist on David Bowie's Serious Moonlight Tour
Gil Evans - In 1986, Evans produced and arranged the soundtrack to the film of the Colin MacInnes book Absolute Beginners, thereby working with such contemporary artists as Sade Adu, Patsy Kensit's Eight Wonder, The Style Council, Jerry Dammers, Smiley Culture, Edward Tudor-Pole, and, notably, David Bowie.
Charlie Sexton - In 1987 Sexton was an occasional opening act for David Bowie on his Glass Spider Tour
Viktor Manoel - Toni instantly hired him for David Bowie's world stadium "Glass Spider Tour" after she spotted him performing in a L.A. nightclub in 1987
Duran Duran - Sterling Campbell left the band early in 1991, going on to work with Soul Asylum and David Bowie
Sterling Campbell - Sterling began recording with David Bowie in 1991 and later joined his band in 1992, touring with him for fourteen years, until the end of his "A Reality Tour", in 2004
Steve Barron - Barron only made eight music videos in the early 90s and made his last music video in 1993 for David Bowie's "As the World Falls Down"
Stephen Finer - In 1995, The London National Gallery purchased his portrait of David Bowie, which was included in the permanent collection.
Gail Ann Dorsey - With a distinguished career as a session musician, she is perhaps most well known for her long association performing in David Bowie's band, from 1995 to the present day
Metro Radio Arena - The first concert at the arena was performed by David Bowie shortly after opening, on 7 December 1995
Symphony No. 1 (Glass) - In 1996, Glass based another symphony on a David Bowie album, Bowie's following album "Heroes"
Steve Marriott - According to David Bowie on a 1999 episode of "VH1 Storytellers", in 1964 he and his good friend Marriott planned to form an R&B duo called 'David and Goliath'
Nick Swardson - In addition to his stand-up, Swardson began to get work in commercials and in small roles in both TV in film, such an appearance in an episode of the Al Franken sitcom "LateLine" in 1999, and playing the role of a crazed David Bowie fan in the 2000 film "Almost Famous"
Stephen Finer - In 2000, Finer's portrait of David Bowie was featured in 101 Portrait Masterpieces at the National Portrait Gallery in London.
Prince Poppycock - Victoria George, "Cast/Creative biographies", "The Ugly Beast", New York Theatre Festival, 2004-2010 National Music Theater Network, Inc. In his teenage years, Quale developed a love for writing music and became "enamored" with David Bowie, Depeche Mode, opera, madrigals, Gregorian chant, the Smiths and Gilbert and Sullivan
Arcade Fire - On September 9, 2005, the band appeared on the British/U.S. television special "Fashion Rocks", on which David Bowie joined them for "Wake Up"
Dylan Howe - Howe began "Dylan Howe and the Subterreanans" in 2007, playing the music of David Bowie's "Low" and "Heroes"
Paul Fenton (musician) - In 2008, a petition signed by the likes of David Bowie, Roy Wood and Tony Visconti called for Paul Fenton to change the band's name in order to make it clear that it was a tribute act, not the actual T. Rex.
Help for Heroes - On 15 October 2010, it was revealed that the finalists of the seventh series of "The X Factor" finalists would be recording a version of David Bowie's 1977 song "Heroes"
Hannelore Knuts - Her 2011-12 film credits include Nicolas Provost's "The Invader" and the Radio Soulwax project "Dave", in which she plays the title role of David Bowie
Chris Packham - He has continued this in 2012's Springwatch, quite subtly inserting David Bowie titles from 28 May, and film titles in that year's Autumnwatch
Producer Tony Visconti said 29 tracks were recorded for the album, some of which could appear on Bowie's next record, which he might start work on later in 2013
Steve Strange - In January 2013, Strange appeared on the Channel 4 News discussing the forthcoming release of David Bowie's album "The Next Day"
Adam Lambert - In March 2013, Lambert wrote an article for "Out" magazine's tribute to David Bowie, who was about to release a new album
Chris Hadfield - On 12 May 2013, after handing over command of the ISS, but before returning home, Hadfield released a music video recorded on the ISS of a modified rendition of "Space Oddity" by David Bowie
Kate Moss - In February 2014, Moss collected David Bowie's Brit Award for Best British Male, while wearing a one-piece printed "woodland creatures" costume, as worn originally by Bowie
In 2015, he was named one of GQ's 50 best dressed British men
It was announced on 31 January 2019 that musician and actor Johnny Flynn would be playing Bowie in an upcoming biopic titled "Stardust" which will be set around Bowie's first trip to the United States in 1971