Performing at Hollywood Bowl...Full story
“Bowie’s Back!” declared the headlines, playing off the distinctive angle of Andrew Kent’s famous shot to mark the perfo...Full story
Performing at the Hollywood Palladium...Full story
Photographer Andrew Kent captured a close-up of David in front of Lenin’s Tomb in Moscow. A day of sightseeing followed their...Full story
Canadian Tour...Full story
Backstage at the Whiskey A Go-Go...Full story
Performing at the LA Forum...Full story
David shows his pleasure at finally having arrived in Moscow after a long train trip from Switzerland in the spring of ’76. Full story
Soul Train Taping...Full story
Star induction on Hollywood Blvd....Full story
On the train to Moscow...Full story
“David preferred just about any means of travel other than flying,” says photographer Andrew Kent. Here, Davi...Full story
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