A few weeks ago, my good friend Christian Beach invited me to play organ on a recording of David Bowie’s “Five Years.” Well, I am pleased to report that Christian’s cover of “Five Years” will be the first song on the second disc of a 2-CD Bowie tribute album to be released by Main Man Records on Dec. 25.
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With the music of David Bowie having been in existence
for over 3 decades, he is without question one of the greatest
musicians in the history of rock and roll. As Bostons only
authentic tribute to his music, The Diamond Dogs faithfully
recreate his music for you, with audiance members spanning
several generations. You will be amazed at the vocal ability of
Michael Richard and swear that you are listening to Bowie himself.
Brian Hall plays the greatest Earl Slick you will lay witness to this
side of the Missippi River, and Lori Phillips pounds the keyboards
and synthisizers, keeping the unique tonal structure of The Diamond
Dogs group on target. John Allouise puts down the solid Bass required
to keep the Bands drive thumping all night long, and Joe Whalen on
drums and electronic roland drums keeps the Band steady and flowing. Gina Lovewell performs the percussion, back up vocals and harmonicathat helps the group achieve the next level of dynamic ability.Mike Caglianone tears up the Alto, Tenor and Barritone saxaphones and helps put this tribute on a level that Bowie himself would be proud of. The Diamond Dogs are not just a band, but a well thought out replica of a live David Bowie show, applying great effort as to how it should be performed and paid homage to. This is a show that is not to be missed as it brings to the stage over 30 years of hit after hit music that you will love to dance and cheer to. A must see show for Bowie fans of all ages.
Performing at Mal’s Lounge @ Georges Restaraunt in Haverhill Ma. USA
on Saturday Night 7/18/09 Great Foodand Drink Prices See YaThere!
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