Space Oddity: David Bowie Tribute at Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center
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The last date listed for David Brighton's Space Oddity: Tribute to David Bowie was Wednesday February 13, 2013 / 8:00pm.
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Featured review from Ziggy
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David Brighton was AMAZING!! And his set list... Spectacular!! (Andy Warhol anyone?) I enjoyed the acoustic show, but I will definitely go see him again for the full production!! A must see for any Bowie fan. I also felt he deserved more from the crowd, which may not have been as high energy as I would've liked.
David Brighton is credited as the world’s best David Bowie impersonator and his tribute show Space Oddity is second to none. Harry Maslin, the producer of Bowie’s Young Americans and Station to Station albums says “David Brighton has the voice, the moves, and look to actually step in for David Bowie if he were unavailable and few would ever know.” Brighton’s credits include performing side by side with Bowie as well as sharing billing with Sir Elton John, Devo, Stevie Wonder, Kenny Loggins, Three Dog Night, and Barry Manilow just to name a few