With the world in shock with the news of the death of David Bowie, Empire Touring is proud to announce they will be bringing their tribute to Bowie back to theatres.
With most of Bowie's albums firmly entrenched in the top 40 and new Blackstar album siting at number one, it's fitting that we pay homage in the best way we can, by presenting a concert extravaganza, covering all of Bowie’s greatest songs.
Bowie is the man who elevated his music to what can only be described as an art form, and four of Australia’s most electrifying performers, Jeff Duff, Steve Balbi and Brydon Stace, will be reuniting for Ziggy, The Songs of David Bowie - a truly unique show coming to the Central Coast.
In a career that defined pop culture and gave us a wealth of ever-changing visual imagery, it was the top five hit Space Oddity that first brought attention to David Bowie in 1969.
Since then, we have been treated to hits such as Starman, Fame, Ashes to Ashes, Under Pressure, China Girl and Modern Love in what is seemingly an endless list of hits, that have sold more than 160 million albums globally.
Come on a theatrical and musical journey and explore the creative genius of Bowie’s songs as these three remarkable performers are joined on stage by The Ziggy Band.
Hear a Bowie song list featuring hit after hit - Heroes, Space Oddity, Life on Mars, Young Americans, Starman, Fame, Ashes to Ashes, Under Pressure, Ziggy Stardust, Let's Dance ...and many, many more!
The Ziggy – The Songs of David Bowie vocalists are:
Jeff Duff – the acclaimed recording and rock vocalist whose international career has seen the release of 28 albums (including the current album Fragile Spaceman) and who first brought Ziggy to the stage in the nineties.
Steve Balbi - one of Australia’s leading songwriters with Noiseworks, Electric Hippies and now a dynamic solo performer.
Brydon Stace - whose long and varied career has included a stint as lead vocalist with INXS and the lead role in the Sydney Opera House production of Berlioz’s Requiem, as well as a role as a vocal coach on The Voice Australia.
- Friday 10 June 2016, 8pm
Note: This show has a moderate content, and is suitable for age 15+. Fog / smoke / hazer effects will be in use.