It was 41 songs, three plus hours, and it still wasn’t enough.
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The massive David Bowie tribute concert took place this Saturday night and was a star-studded affair with artists across the musical spectrum joining in to celebrate the life and legacy of the icon.
Artists such as Adam Lambert, Trent Reznor, Perry Farrell, Macy Gray, Billy Corgan, Gavin Rossdale, YUNGBLUD, Lzzy Hale, Duran Duran, and more joined alumni from Bowie’s touring band to cover a total of 41 songs during the event.
The event was postponed 24 hours from its original date due to technical issues and COVID-19 restrictions. Still, the wait was worth it and the performance served as the perfect tribute.
Numerous artists took to social media to share their appreciation for Bowie and being part of the event. “It’s rare in this life that you meet someone who shaped your whole existence. I felt like I was on a different planet last night. He was there and I was with him. it was truly one of the the greatest moments of my f***** life,” YUNGBLUD wrote.
The replay of the performance ended on Sunday, January 10, which coincided with the fifth anniversary of Bowie’s passing.
Bowie’s son, Duncan Jones, took to Twitter to reflect on the five year anniversary of his father’s death. “Today marks five years since dad died. We are all a little sad, coping individually in our own ways,” he wrote on Twitter.
“But it’s both remarkable & delightful that dad is still so clearly loved by so many. Yes, he’s missed… but with so much of ‘him’ in the work he made, he’s clearly still here.”
David Bowie’s wife Iman shared several posts on Instagram paying tribute to her late husband. "Forehead kisses are kisses meant for the soul. #EternalLove #BowieForever," she captioned a post.
Check out the entire setlist from “A Bowie Celebration” below.
Setlist (via Setlist.fm)
Five Years (with Duran Duran)
Moonage Daydream (with Lzzy Hale) (and Lena Hall)
Space Oddity (with Billy Corgan) (Piano version)
The Man Who Sold the World (with Perry Farrell) (and Etty Lau Farrell)
Bring Me the Disco King (with Anna Calvi)
Fame (with Gary Barlow)
Young Americans (with Corey Glover)
Can You Hear Me (with Gail Ann Dorsey)
Sweet Thing (with Bernard Fowler)
Candidate (with Bernard Fowler)
Sweet Thing (Reprise) (with Bernard Fowler)
Let's Dance (with Charlie Sexton)
Lady Stardust (with Judith Hill) (Piano version)
Changes (with Macy Gray) (Introduced by Mike Garson as his audition piece with Mick Ronson in 1972. Charlie Sexton on guitar)
Slaughter on Tenth Avenue (Richard Rodgers cover) (with Kevin Armstrong) (Dedicated to Mick Ronson and other deceased Bowie band members.)
Conversation Piece (with Catherine Russell)
Rebel Rebel (with Charlie Sexton)
Win (with Joe Elliott) (Piano version)
Ziggy Stardust (with Joe Elliott)
Quicksand (with Taylor Momsen)
DJ (with Charlie Sexton) (Without 3rd verse)
Blue Jean (with Charlie Sexton)
Where Are We Now? (with Michael C. Hall)
Rock 'n' Roll Suicide (with Taylor Hawkins) (and Dave Navarro, Chris Chaney)
Little Fat Man (with Corey Taylor) (Snippet)
Hang On to Yourself (with Corey Taylor) (and Dave Navarro, Taylor Hawkins, Chris Chaney)
I Can't Read (Tin Machine cover) (with Gary Oldman) (Piano version)
The Jean Genie (with Jesse Malin)
Strangers When We Meet (with Gail Ann Dorsey) (Piano and strings version)
Suffragette City (with Peter Frampton)
Fantastic Voyage (with Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross) (Piano version)
Fashion (with Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross) (and Mariqueen Maandig Reznor)
Lazarus (with Ian Astbury)
Life on Mars? (with YUNGBLUD) (and Rick Wakeman)
Lady Grinning Soul / Time (with Boy George) (and Charlie Sexton. Aladdin Sane medley)
Aladdin Sane (1913-1938-197?) (with Boy George) (and Charlie Sexton)
Dandy (Ian Hunter cover) (with Ian Hunter)
All the Young Dudes (with Ian Hunter)
Starman (with Adam Lambert)
Under Pressure (Queen cover) (with Andra Day) (and Judith Hill. Piano version)
"Heroes" (with Bernard Fowler) (and Nandi Bushell)
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