The musician died three years ago.
It is this Thursday, January 10th, precisely three years that the world woke up with the tragic news of the death of the ‘Rock Chameleon’, David Bowie.
The musician, who had turned 69 years old two days before, had been struggling for more than a year against cancer, but neither had the disease stopped him. On the day of his last birthday, on January 8, 2016, he toasted fans with the 25th album, ‘Black Star’, which would be the ultimate work of this artist who was much more than just a musician.
The irreverent, provocative and multifaceted British was also a songwriter, actor, record producer and icon of fashion. And it is to this artist that today, a little all over the world, are dedicated tribute concerts and another type of tributes.
In Portugal, there are at least two concerts scheduled. In Lisbon, on Saturday, January 12, at 11:30 p.m., fans will remember David Bowie at a tribute concert at the Rotterdam Club.
A few days later, on January 26, it will be Matosinhos’s turn to dedicate a night to the British artist. At 11:30 p.m., at the Mary Spot Vintage Bar, musician Jorge Vadio will pay homage to the ‘Rock Chameleon’.