Combining world-class vocals, deft musicianship, Bowie-inspired costumes, and masterful stage presence, the BowieVision experience is simultaneously epic and intimate. The seven-piece musical juggernaut draws sell-out crowds to premiere venues in the Northwest and beyond by bringing passion and precision to songs from nearly every phase of Bowie’s eclectic career: rock anthems like Rebel Rebel, All the Young Dudes, and Suffragette City; the wide-screen balladry of Life on Mars?, Space Oddity, The Man Who Sold the World, and Changes; mid-70s “plastic soul” (Golden Years, Young Americans, Fame;) art-pop statements like Fashion, Heroes, Sound and Vision, Ashes to Ashes, and I’m Afraid of Americans; and the high-sheen 80s classics Under Pressure, Let’s Dance, China Girl, Modern Love, and Blue Jean. Accept no substitutes: BowieVision is the real deal.
“Seattle’s BowieVision reinterprets the classic works of David Bowie—and does so with a phenomenal amount of verve and charm.”
— Erik Henriksen, Portland Mercury, 7/25/15
“The band performs all of Bowie’s hits and some of his more obscure numbers with a fierce energy that keeps the audience entertained and delighted. …An opportunity to experience David Bowie’s music live from a group that can deliver it with fullness and passion. The overall experience of BowieVision was a David Bowie full meal deal well worth any fan’s attention.”
— Steven Sieden, Huffpost 6/8/15
“…One-ups the traditional tribute-band formula with a projected video backdrop as part of the show…a hell of a night for Bowie diehards.”
— Mike Ramos, The Stranger 2/14/14