One of the most influential musicians and artists in the world, David Bowie, celebrates his 66th Birthday by introducing his first for the last decade single Where Are We Now (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWtsV50_-p4). It was released online without warning in the early hours of the last Tuesday morning (the date of his birthday), taking Bowie’s fans by complete surprise. But it will be even more than that – a complete new album, The Next Day, is following later this year.
All these new sights and sounds have had a powerful effect on fans who grew up with Bowie, and have ended a vast amount of speculations on Bowie’s health – he collapsed after coming off stage in Germany in 2004 and was flown by helicopter to hospital, where he had emergency heart surgery. After that, the singer was living quietly whereas his fans preferred to believe that he had withdrawn from the world.
There were also rumours that he was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, the gossips which can’t be confirmed because Bowie is refusing to give any kind of interviews. But he is back! And thanks to The Victoria & Albert Museum in London which has been given access to the Bowie archive to curate the first international retrospective of his career, we will now see more of David Bowie. The exhibition will feature more than 300 objects and will run from 23 March to 28 July 2013. Please discover more on that following this link: http://www.vam.ac.uk/content/exhibitions/david-bowie-is/; or contact us directly to organise your visit: firstname.lastname@example.org