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  • David Bowie<br />
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  • David Bowie performing live in the early 1970's.<br />
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  • David Bowie performing live in the early 1970's.<br />
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  • David Bowie performing live in the early 1970's.<br />
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  • David Bowie performing live in the early 1970's.<br />
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  • The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) <br />
David Bowie<br />
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  • The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) <br />
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  • The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) <br />
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  • Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust im Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Romy Haag bei der Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust bei Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Romy Haag bei der Enthüllung der Wachsfigur von David Bowie als Ziggy Stardust bei Madame Tussauds. Berlin, 28.09.2017
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • Entertainer Romy Haag poses next to the new wax figure of musician David Bowie at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • The new wax figure of musician David Bowie can be seen at Madame Tussauds in Berlin, Germany, 28 September 2017. Bowie is presented as his alias 'Ziggy Stardust'. Photo: Britta Pedersen/dpa-Zentralbild/dpa
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER (and his reflection) paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of Debbie Harry from Blondie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of Paul McCartney from The Beatles onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • © Licensed to London News Pictures.  18/09/2017; Bristol, UK. VOYDER paints an image of David Bowie onto the front window of the Colston Hall. Colston Hall, Bristol’s largest music venue, is to unveil a new mural painted in partnership with Upfest by Bristol artist Voyder of eight musical legends, each of which have performed at Colston Hall over the last 150 years, to celebrate the Colston Hall's 150th anniversary this week on 20 September.   The giant mural on the glass panes above the main entrance will feature portraits of Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, David Bowie, Debbie Harry (Blondie), Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Paul McCartney. The mural will be in place in time for Colston Hall to mark its anniversary with a big free Birthday Bash on Wednesday 20 September, exactly 150 years from when the venue first opened, to which all of Bristol is invited. Highlights for the night will include the world-famous Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain, immersive projections from Limbic Cinema and toe tapping swing music from the Bruce/Ilett Big Band. The free event will begin at 6.30pm and see a complete takeover of the building, giving people the chance to explore every corner, stumbling across musicians, DJs, installations and projections, as acts pop up to create a unique party atmosphere. Colston Hall first opened its doors to the public on the 20th September 1867, after The Colston Hall Company bought the land from Colston Boy’s School in 1861 to fulfil their vision of building a concert hall in the city. The Hall has seen four iterations in its 60 years, with the fourth and present Colston Hall opening in 1951. Picture credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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  • Huntsman Spider, Heteropoda davidbowie, from the Cameron Highlands District in peninsular Malaysia and named in honor of singer David Bowie, reference to songs such as "Glass Spider" (from the 1987 album Never Let Me Down), and the resemblance of the frontal view of the spider to the singer's painted face in his early career
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  • John Ross Bowie<br />
at the ABC TCA Summer Preview Party, Beverly Hilton, Beverly Hills, CA 08-06-17<br />
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  • John Ross Bowie<br />
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  • SAO PAULO, SP 03.08.2017: SHOW-SP - O cantor e ator Andre Frateschi se apresentou junto com a banda Heroes em tributo a David Bowie, na noite desta quinta-feira (03), no Bourbon Street Music Club, zona sul da capital. (Foto: Ale Frata/Codigo19)
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Mariner lX.<br />
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Life on Mars? - Revolutionary black and white image of the red planet.<br />
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The remarkable first ever photograph of a complete orbit of another planet has emerged for auction and is tipped to sell for £20,000.<br />
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The fascinating mosaic image was taken by Mariner IX as it made its orbit of the red planet in 1972, giving scientists their first complete glimpse all round the mysterious planet.<br />
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The unmanned Mariner IX launched on May 30, 1971 and reached the red planet on November 14 of that year.<br />
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It had to wait for months of dust storms to clear before it was it was able to send back clear images of the planet's surface.<br />
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David Bowie's famous track 'Life on Mars' was released shortly after Mariner lX was launched as Mars fever gripped the world.
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  • DAVID BOWIE - performing live on the Glass Spider Tour at Wembley Stadium in London UK - 19 Jun 1987.  Photo credit: George Bodnar Archive/IconicPix
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Life on Mars? - Revolutionary black and white image of the red planet.<br />
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The remarkable first ever photograph of a complete orbit of another planet has emerged for auction and is tipped to sell for £20,000.<br />
<br />
The fascinating mosaic image was taken by Mariner IX as it made its orbit of the red planet in 1972, giving scientists their first complete glimpse all round the mysterious planet.<br />
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The unmanned Mariner IX launched on May 30, 1971 and reached the red planet on November 14 of that year.<br />
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It had to wait for months of dust storms to clear before it was it was able to send back clear images of the planet's surface.<br />
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David Bowie's famous track 'Life on Mars' was released shortly after Mariner lX was launched as Mars fever gripped the world.
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  • The ice cream creation 'Black Star', named after the last album by David Bowie, a combination of chestnut, dark chocolate and cream aromatized with tobacco, can be seen at the ice cream shop 'Cuore Di Vetro' in Berlin, Germany, 5 July 2017. Photo: Sophia Kembowski/dpa
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  • 6月18日,美国洛杉矶,艺术家们正专注在在他们的作品音乐传奇人物大卫·鲍伊的肖像。当日, 帕萨迪纳市举办了第二十五届粉笔画绘画艺术节,艺术家们使用超过25000支蜡笔粉笔,跪坐在人行道上,用手中的画笔展现他们的创造力。从古典到现代,从古怪到绚丽,不同的艺术风格让观众眼花缭乱。 。新华社发 (赵汉荣摄)<br />
Artists work on a portrait of music legend David Bowie during the 25th annual Pasadena Chalk Festival in Los Angeles, the United States, June 18, 2017. Hundreds artists using more than 25,000 sticks of pastel chalk to create life-size murals on the city pavement.  (Xinhua/Zhao Hanrong)(Photo by Ringo Chiu)<br />
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  • EXCLUSIVE: David Bowie's widow Iman out and about in NYC. The stylish supermodel, who's full name is Iman Mohamed Abdulmajid, was spotted running errands in Nolita, New York. 18 Jun 2017 Pictured: Iman Bowie. Photo credit: TM / MEGA TheMegaAgency.com +1 888 505 6342
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  • John Ross Bowie<br />
at the 10th Annual Television Academy Honors, Montage Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills, CA 06-08-17<br />
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  • File photo dated 13/06/04 of David Bowie, who has received a posthumous South Bank Sky Arts Awards nomination for his final album, Blackstar.
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  • Iggy Pop & David Bowie in St. Petersburg, Russia in April 1976.<br />
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  • David Bowie street art mural in central Birmingham, United Kingdom. David Bowie, was an English singer, songwriter and actor. He was a figure in popular music for over five decades, becoming acclaimed by critics and other musicians for his innovative work.
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  • David Bowie street art mural in central Birmingham, United Kingdom. David Bowie, was an English singer, songwriter and actor. He was a figure in popular music for over five decades, becoming acclaimed by critics and other musicians for his innovative work.
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Friars Aylesbury music club in 1975.<br />
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The return of the Thin White Duke...The statue will also include a lifesize Ziggy Stardust attached to the suited Bowie of a later era.<br />
<br />
The world's first statue of David Bowie is taking shape in sculpter Andrew Sinclair's Devon studio.<br />
<br />
Ever since the music legend's death in January 2016 there has been a clamour for a fitting tribute of Bowie to be made.<br />
<br />
While his birthplace of Brixton, south London, has been cited as the most likely location for one it is actually Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire that will lay claim to having the very first statue of him.<br />
<br />
The market town was where Bowie played an experimental gig in 1971 to see if had the confidence to perform live and then a year later where his alter-ego of Ziggy Stardust was born.<br />
<br />
One half of the statue has been completed by artist Andrew Sinclair. It depicts a handsome Bowie in his 'Blue Suit' period in the 1990s.
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The poster from the second gig that David Bowie played at the Friars club in Aylesbury in January 1972.<br />
<br />
The return of the Thin White Duke...The statue will also include a lifesize Ziggy Stardust attached to the suited Bowie of a later era.<br />
<br />
The world's first statue of David Bowie is taking shape in sculpter Andrew Sinclair's Devon studio.<br />
<br />
Ever since the music legend's death in January 2016 there has been a clamour for a fitting tribute of Bowie to be made.<br />
<br />
While his birthplace of Brixton, south London, has been cited as the most likely location for one it is actually Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire that will lay claim to having the very first statue of him.<br />
<br />
The market town was where Bowie played an experimental gig in 1971 to see if had the confidence to perform live and then a year later where his alter-ego of Ziggy Stardust was born.<br />
<br />
One half of the statue has been completed by artist Andrew Sinclair. It depicts a handsome Bowie in his 'Blue Suit' period in the 1990s.
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The poster from an experimental gig David Bowie played at the Friars club in Aylesbury in September 1971.<br />
<br />
The return of the Thin White Duke...The statue will also include a lifesize Ziggy Stardust attached to the suited Bowie of a later era.<br />
<br />
The world's first statue of David Bowie is taking shape in sculpter Andrew Sinclair's Devon studio.<br />
<br />
Ever since the music legend's death in January 2016 there has been a clamour for a fitting tribute of Bowie to be made.<br />
<br />
While his birthplace of Brixton, south London, has been cited as the most likely location for one it is actually Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire that will lay claim to having the very first statue of him.<br />
<br />
The market town was where Bowie played an experimental gig in 1971 to see if had the confidence to perform live and then a year later where his alter-ego of Ziggy Stardust was born.<br />
<br />
One half of the statue has been completed by artist Andrew Sinclair. It depicts a handsome Bowie in his 'Blue Suit' period in the 1990s.
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The maquette of the Andrew Sinclair David Bowie statue design.<br />
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The return of the Thin White Duke...The statue will also include a lifesize Ziggy Stardust attached to the suited Bowie of a later era.<br />
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The world's first statue of David Bowie is taking shape in sculpter Andrew Sinclair's Devon studio.<br />
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Ever since the music legend's death in January 2016 there has been a clamour for a fitting tribute of Bowie to be made.<br />
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While his birthplace of Brixton, south London, has been cited as the most likely location for one it is actually Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire that will lay claim to having the very first statue of him.<br />
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The market town was where Bowie played an experimental gig in 1971 to see if had the confidence to perform live and then a year later where his alter-ego of Ziggy Stardust was born.<br />
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One half of the statue has been completed by artist Andrew Sinclair. It depicts a handsome Bowie in his 'Blue Suit' period in the 1990s.
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The maquette of the Andrew Sinclair David Bowie statue design.<br />
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The return of the Thin White Duke...The statue will also include a lifesize Ziggy Stardust attached to the suited Bowie of a later era.<br />
<br />
The world's first statue of David Bowie is taking shape in sculpter Andrew Sinclair's Devon studio.<br />
<br />
Ever since the music legend's death in January 2016 there has been a clamour for a fitting tribute of Bowie to be made.<br />
<br />
While his birthplace of Brixton, south London, has been cited as the most likely location for one it is actually Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire that will lay claim to having the very first statue of him.<br />
<br />
The market town was where Bowie played an experimental gig in 1971 to see if had the confidence to perform live and then a year later where his alter-ego of Ziggy Stardust was born.<br />
<br />
One half of the statue has been completed by artist Andrew Sinclair. It depicts a handsome Bowie in his 'Blue Suit' period in the 1990s.
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The return of the Thin White Duke...The statue will also include a lifesize Ziggy Stardust attached to the suited Bowie of a later era.<br />
<br />
The world's first statue of David Bowie is taking shape in sculpter Andrew Sinclair's Devon studio.<br />
<br />
Ever since the music legend's death in January 2016 there has been a clamour for a fitting tribute of Bowie to be made.<br />
<br />
While his birthplace of Brixton, south London, has been cited as the most likely location for one it is actually Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire that will lay claim to having the very first statue of him.<br />
<br />
The market town was where Bowie played an experimental gig in 1971 to see if had the confidence to perform live and then a year later where his alter-ego of Ziggy Stardust was born.<br />
<br />
One half of the statue has been completed by artist Andrew Sinclair. It depicts a handsome Bowie in his 'Blue Suit' period in the 1990s.
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  • BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)<br />
Pic: PhilYeomans/BNPS<br />
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The return of the Thin White Duke...The statue will also include a lifesize Ziggy Stardust attached to the suited Bowie of a later era.<br />
<br />
The world's first statue of David Bowie is taking shape in sculpter Andrew Sinclair's Devon studio.<br />
<br />
Ever since the music legend's death in January 2016 there has been a clamour for a fitting tribute of Bowie to be made.<br />
<br />
While his birthplace of Brixton, south London, has been cited as the most likely location for one it is actually Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire that will lay claim to having the very first statue of him.<br />
<br />
The market town was where Bowie played an experimental gig in 1971 to see if had the confidence to perform live and then a year later where his alter-ego of Ziggy Stardust was born.<br />
<br />
One half of the statue has been completed by artist Andrew Sinclair. It depicts a handsome Bowie in his 'Blue Suit' period in the 1990s.
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