Ziggy, The Songs of David Bowie

Ziggy, The Songs of David Bowie

Multiple Helpmann winner iOTA leads the headliners in Ziggy, The Songs of David Bowie, a homage to David Bowie, the pop phenomenon - the influential individualist with the uncanny ability to push boundaries and transform himself and the world around him. In the concert, touring during November, iOTA shares the stage with Jeff Duff, Steve Balbi, Brydon Stace, and a star-studded band drawn from the ranks of Silverchair, Noiseworks, Leo Sayer and Jimmy Barnes.

David Bowie has been described as the creator of some of the most innovative popular music of our times. He has set trends as rock star, movie star, Broadway star, and sex symbol...but, it is his amazing music that really sets him apart from all other artists. Ever since his break-through single of 1969, Space Oddity, Bowie has pushed the boundaries of popular music in all directions. His legendary 1972 album The Rise And Fall of Ziggy Stardust brought a fresh new theatricality to the rock world. Forty years on Bowie's work remains both revered, and even more influential … for Bowie, the seventies was the beginning of the twenty-first century - he has always been ahead of his time!

The show is theatrically inspired, a musical journey into the songbook of David Bowie.

From the futuristic ideology of the Ziggy Stardust album - Starman, Suffragette City, Rock'n'Roll Suicide, Ziggy Stardust; through to the anthemic choruses of Heroes, Young Americans and Let's Dance; then Under Pressure, Ashes to Ashes and headlong into the ‘80s. This journey covers the legendary Bowie albums and also includes the classic pop hits of Space Oddity, Modern Love, China Girl and Life on Mars.

Ziggy, The Songs of David Bowie - Tour Dates

Melbourne, Palais Theatre
Thursday November 18

Brisbane, QPAC Concert Hall
Saturday November 20

Adelaide, Thebarton Theatre
Thursday November 25

Perth, Burswood Theatre
Friday November 26

Sydney, State Theatre
Sunday November 28



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