David Bowie Birthday Celebration Live in NYC Trailer

David Bowie Birthday Celebration Live in NYC Trailer (1997)

03 February 1997 129 mins

Recorded live at Madison Square Garden, New York City - January 9, 1997. The purpose was a charity concert for celebrating David Bowie's 50th birthday. Many friends of the artist took actively part at this event, therefore it is referred to as an album of "David Bowie & Friends": Dave Grohl and his Foo Fighters, Lou Reed, Robert Smith (The Cure), Billy Corgan (Smashing Pumpkins), Sonic Youth. For many years this Live album has circulated as a bootleg, now it has been officially released in April 2011.

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David Bowie

as Himself

Billy Corgan

as Himself

Dave Grohl

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United States 03 February 1997

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