01:11 PM EDT 11/13/2015
Originally posted 11/12/2015 11:00AM
Masoyoshi Sukita isn't a household name in the U.S., but you've certainly seen some of the photos he's taken of David Bowie during their 40-plus-year collaboration.
Originally posted 06/24/2015 01:10AM
The play is based on the Walter Tevis novel The Man Who Fell to Earth and features music from Bowie, who starred in a 1976 movie adaptation of the book
Originally posted 12/08/2014 06:05PM
The annual rollout of Christmas songs is often a rushed, haphazard affair: You can only take so many versions of "Sleigh Ride" crammed into your Black Friday commute before you crack. So to help you cope, we've created this Christmas Song Advent Calendar. Play one of these songs each day as we approach Christmas to help you get in the spirit.
Originally posted 11/10/2014 12:30PM
Some of music's hottest British stars are coming together to help fight the Ebola epidemic.
Originally posted 07/27/2014 08:00PM
Happy Comic-Con weekend! It's been a busy few days of revelations from the convention and relationship updates from your favorite celebrity couples. Here's the news you might have missed:
Originally posted 07/26/2014 02:00PM
Costarring in 1983's horror movie The Hunger left Susan Sarandon and David Bowie hungry ... for each other.
Originally posted 02/20/2014 10:10AM
We have a feeling we're going to see a lot of Bowie/Moss mashups on the fall runways now
Originally posted 12/04/2013 12:00AM
As any Hallmark card can tell you, the holidays are about bringing people together. For some of us, that means reuniting with grown-up children, or welcoming long-lost cousins into our homes. But for musicians, it means something else: seasonal duets, often performed with the oddest of partners.
From reality-show novelty songs to stocking-stuffer EPs, Christmas isn't Christmas until two people who have no business being in the same room have crowded in front of the mic to sing a holiday classic. Why do they do this? You should just as soon ask Black Friday shoppers why they camp out for hours in front of big-box stores. Holiday magic is a compelling thing.
Originally posted 11/11/2013 09:35AM
"Do you wanna see me naked, lover? / Do you wanna peek underneath the cover? / Do you wanna see the girl who lives behind the aura?" teases Lady Gaga in the beginning moments of Artpop, as if she might strip it all the way down to the real Stefani Germanotta.
But "Aura," the zigzagging opener, is as larger-than-life as the singer's persona, and the rest of her third proper studio album only goes further to show that she has crafted a pop image – as a walking, breathing piece of art – that goes far beyond the music.
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