September 23 Named ‘David Bowie Day’ In Chicago | Music News
A David Bowie exhibition is set to be unveiled next week at Chicago’s Museum Of Contemporary Art. Over 400 objects including costumes, album artwork, lyric sheets and performance material from throughout Bowies’s highly successful music career will go on show to the public from the 23rd of September, to the 4th of January 2015. The city of Chicago have also announced that the 23rd of September will officially be named ‘David Bowie Day’, due to the opening of the Pop legend’s exhibition. The “Ziggy Stardust” star is set to release his greatest hits album Nothing Changed in November, with never heard before material including tracks “Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)” and “Tis A Shame She’s A Whore”.
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