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@davidbowie 6-PAGE TIN MACHINE FEATURE IN JULY UNCUT “A shriekin' and dancing till 4am...” As this week is the 30th anniversary of Tin Machine’s highest UK album chart position (#3), it’s a good time to mention a couple of Tin Machine things celebrating the anniversary that may have passed you by. The July 2019 issue of @uncut_magazine has a 6-page feature and here’s the introduction to it along with the concluding paragraph. + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + Fawlty Towers viewing marathons! Boat trips with Gary Oldman! Riots on Sunset Boulevard! These are just some of the ingredients in the story of how DAVID BOWIE pulled himself out of his ’80s malaise with TIN MACHINE – a band of “fucking heathens” who paved the way for his creative rebirth in the following decade. Here Reeves Gabrels, Hunt and Tony Sales, Kevin Armstrong and producer Tim Palmer reveal all to Rob Hughes about Bowie’s creative motivations. “David said, ‘Let’s put an end to rock’n’roll. I really want to fuck with it!’” + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + “David said it’d take 25 years before people came around to Tin Machine,” says Reeves Gabrels. “I remember he used to have the Low rejection letter from RCA framed on his wall at his home in Switzerland. They’d sent that to him before it came out, so he’d been through the same thing before. Now it seems as though people are finally appreciating what Tin Machine was all about.” + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + - + The July issue of Uncut is out now. Also, Reeves Gabrels spoke to ilikeyouroldstuff.com while he was over in Sydney with The Cure. Read the very funny full thing here: https://smarturl.it/ReevesDBandI (Temp link on main page) @timpalmermixer @reevesgabrels @kevarmst #BowieUNCUT #TinMachine1 #TinMachineBowie Kommentoi
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@davidbowie 50,000 EXTRA TICKETS FOR LAZARUS IN AMSTERDAM - Amsterdam, 3rd June 2019 @lazarus_nl - THE RUN OF BOWIE’S ‘LAST MASTERPIECE’ HAS BEEN EXTENDED THANKS TO OVERWHELMING INTEREST - With more than four months to go until the Lazarus premiere, the David Bowie musical has sold more than 50.000 tickets. Due to the enormous demand for tickets, Stage Entertainment Nederland and the DeLaMar Theatre have decided to extend the show run. There are now 50.000 extra tickets available, which are on sale now via Eventim.nl (http://smarturl.it/LazarusNLtix). Lazarus is the last work David Bowie created before he died, together with director Ivo van Hove. After playing in New York and London, the original production is coming to Amsterdam in the Autumn for an exclusive period in the DeLaMar Theatre. It was announced in December that Gijs Naber will be taking on the role of Newton. The rest of the cast will be announced soon. Albert Verlinde: managing director and producer of Stage Entertainment Nederland: “David Bowie is, and continues to be a phenomenon. I was intrigued as to whether the Dutch public would embrace the production; I could never have foreseen that the reaction would be so overwhelmingly positive. I am truly overwhelmed by the huge interest in the show. There is an enormous demand for tickets. By extending the run of the show we are giving even more people the chance to see David Bowie’s last masterpiece.” Director Ivo van Hove: “Lazarus is David Bowie’s last project. The show means a lot for me personally and it is therefore very special that we are now, after New York and London, able to bring it to the Dutch public.” - #LazarusNL #LazarusMusical Kommentoi

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David Bowie - No Plan
David Bowie - No Plan
David Bowie - No Plan
David Bowie - No Plan
David Bowie - No Plan
Michael C. Hall, Original New York Cast of Lazarus - Lazarus (Live at The Arts Club)
Michael C. Hall, Original New York Cast of Lazarus - Lazarus (Live at The Arts Club)