David Bowie Tribute Space Oddity Commemorates the 40th Anniversary of Aladdin Sane
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Experience the power and intensity of a Metallica concert -- on a far more approachable scale -- as tribute band Damage Inc comes to The Hangar. Based in Southern California, Damage Inc has spent more than a decade perfecting this tribute to the band that's now in its fourth decade of making hits like "One," "Enter Sandman," "Nothing Else Matters," "St. Anger" and "All Nightmare Long." Damage Inc's so good that they've played countless sold-out shows and been featured on AXS TV's The World's Greatest Tribute Bands. Learn More
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Featured review from Albert R.Red Velvet
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Space Oddity provides a great tribue to Bowie with various costume changes and introductory videos adding to the experience. In addition to various hits, this night they also played an old Bowie album in it's entirety (which I wasn't very familiar with). The goldstar seats and venue's sound were very good, although I wish the seats were somehow tiered.
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THIS IS THE SECOND TIME I HAVE SEEN THIS BAND AND LOVED IT. FOR THOSE WHO ENJOYED BOWIE I HIGHLY RECOMMED YOU SEE THIS SHOW. THE VENUE WAS OK ONLY BECAUSE THE SEATS WERE A BIT TOO CLOSE. I WAS BUMPING KNEES AND RUBBING ELBOWS WITH A STRANGER.
Quotes & Highlights
Check out the video promo for the concert on YouTube.
From stadium-sized pop/rock legend to rock-and-roll space alien Ziggy Stardust, David Bowie look-alike/sound-alike David Brighton and his all-star band chronicle all of the international superstar’s “ch-ch-changes” in electrifying technicolor.
On July 13, Space Oddity will commemorate the 40th anniversary of the classic David Bowie recording, Aladdin Sane, thought by many to be not only one of the best from David Bowie, but among the greatest rock albums of all time. The recording will be performed in its entirety, along with many other greats from the Thin White Duke.