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 English Songwriter David Bowie

Who Was David Bowie Songwriter, Musician?

David Bowie was an English singer, songwriter and actor. He is most known for his fictional character, “Ziggy Stardust”. He was considered to be a musician chameleon of sports.David Bowie was born as David Robert Hones on 8th January, 1947, in Brixton, London. His mother, Margaret Marry “Peggy”, worked as a waitress.

Bowie’s father, Haywood Stanton “John “Jones, was a promotions officer at a children’s charity. His half-brother, Terry, nourished his interest in music terry was nine years elder him, and he introduced Bowie to rock music and beat literature. Terry committed suicide in 1985. His death and quite an impact on Bowie and was the subject of Bowie’s song “Jump They Say”.

Early and School Context of David

At the age of sixteen, Bowie graduated from Bromley Technical High School and started to work a commercial artist. He also led a group named Davy Hones and the Lower Third. In the 1960s, he changed his name to David Bowie to avoid released his self-titled album in 1967.

It did not gain much recognition. Bowie dinged a deal with Mercury Records and got his first break with the 1969 single “Space Oddity”. It was placed in the top five in the UK charts. This song was released in 1972 in the US and ranked number fifteen in the charts there.

Professional Life of Bowie

His 1970 album ‘The man who sold the World’ had the Single, “All the Madmen”. This is songs also thought to be about his brother, Terry. His album ‘Hanky Dory’ was released in 1971. It contained songs in tribute to Andy Warhol and Bob Dylan. His 1972 album, ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy stardust and the Spider from Mars’ was in collaboration with The Spiders from Mars.

It gained huge commercial success. It was based on a fictional rockstar, Ziggy Stardust, and his downfall. It ranked number five in the UK. He collaborated with Mick Jogger and Keith Richards for his 1973 album ‘Aladdin Sane’. It contained songs like “The Jean Genie” and “Let’s Spend the Night Together”.

Great Works by Bowie in His Industry

In 1973, his album ‘Pin Ups’ was released. It contained covers of songs by pretty Things and Pink Floyd. His single “Fame”, from ‘Young Americans’ topped the American charts. It was co-written by John Lennon. His 1983 album. ‘Let’s Dance’, contained singles such as “Modern Love” and “China Girl”.

Bowie also acted in movies he played a role in the 1976 movie The Man Who Fell to Earth. He has also acted in movies like Marry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, The Hunger and jazzin’ for Blue Jean. He appeared in Broadway’s The Elephant Man around 1980.

Bowie collaborated with Reeves Gabrels, and Tony and Hunt Sales (collectively called the Tin Machine) for the albums ‘Tin machine’ and Tin Machine II’. His 1993 album ‘Black Tie White Noise’ was dedicated to his wife, Iman, as a wedding gift. His album in the 1990s included ‘Outside’, ‘Earthling’ and ‘Hours’.

Achievements of Bowie & Death

In 2013, Bowie’s ‘The Next Day’ was released it ranked near two on the Billboard charts. He released his final album. ’Blakstar’, on 8th January, 2016 on his 96th birthday. Bowie won the Ivor Novello Special Award for originally for the song “Space Oddity”. He was posthumously Awards for his last album ‘Blackstar’, to honor his legacy. He has received the Brit Awards for ‘Best British male Artist’ and ‘Outstanding Contribution to Music’.

On 17th January, 1996, Bowie was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He was made a Commander of the Order des Arts et des letters in 1999 by the French government. David Bowie got married to marry Angela Brunet in9. They has son in the following years. They separated in 1980. Bowie remarried the Somali model, Iman, in 1992. They have a daughter together.

Bowie passed away on 10th January, 2016, after batting cancer for eighteen months. David Bowie left s music legacy of twenty-six album. On 7th January, HBO released the documentary David Bowie: The Last Five Years. It contains backstage footage of his final tour and album.