Bowie by Land, Bowie by Sea

For five years, from fall 1972 to spring 1977,  David Bowie didn’t fly, which made his touring unusual. He took ocean liners and trains, buses and cars. By mid-1972, Bowie was a star in the UK, but a virtual unknown in much of the US. While Carnegie Hall sold out, only 180 people showed up […]

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