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1980

April 27, 1980 Metropol, Berlin, GER (David joins Iggy Pop on stage and performs keyboards on two numbers)

1983

David Bowie Serious Moonlight Tour 1983

  • David Bowie (vocals, guitar, saxophone)
  • Carlos Alomar (guitar)
  • Earl Slick (lead guitar)
  • Carmine Rojas (bass)
  • Tony Thompson (drums)
  • Dave Lebolt (keyboards)
  • Steve Elson, Stan Harrison, Lenny Pickett, Frank Simms and George Simms (backing vocals)

March 17, 1983 Claridge's Hotel, London, ENG (Press Conference)

April ?, 1983 Las Colinas, Irving, TX (Rehearsals)

May ?, 1983 Paris, FRA (Rehearsals)

May 17-19, 1983 Vorst Nationaal, Brussels, BEL (17th was a dress rehearsal)

May 20, 1983 Festhalle, Frankfurt, GER

May 21-22, 1983 Olympiahalle, Munich, GER

May 24-25, 1983 Palais des Sports, Lyon, FRA

May 26-27, 1983 Les Arenes, Frejus, FRA

May 29, 1983 La Beaujoire, Nantes, FRA (Cancelled)

May 30, 1983 Glen Helen Park, San Bernardino, CA (The US Festival)

June 2-4, 1983 Wembley Arena, London, ENG

June 5-6, 1983 National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, ENG

June 8-9, 1983 Hippodrome d'Auteuil, Paris, FRA

June 11-12, 1983 Ullevi Stadium, Gothenburg, SWE

June 14, 1983 Grugahalle, Essen, GER (cancelled)

June 15, 1983 Ruhrlandstadion, Bochum, GER

June 17-18, 1983 Freilichttheater, Bad Segeberg, GER

June 20, 1983 Waldbühne, West Berlin, GER

June 24, 1983 Bieberer Berg Stadium, Offenbach, GER

June 25-26, 1983 Stadion Feyenoord, Rotterdam, NED

June 28, 1983 Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh, SCOT

June 30, 1983 Hammersmith Odeon, London, ENG (Brixton Neighbourhood Community Association Charity Show. David raises over £90,000 with this special charity one-off performance during the Serious Moonlight World Tour)

July 1-3, 1983 Milton Keynes Bowl, Milton Keynes, ENG

July 11, 1983 Coliseum, Quebec City, QC

July 12-13, 1983 Forum, Montreal, QC

July 15-16, 1983 Civic Center, Hartford, CT

July 18-21, 1983 Spectrum, Philadelphia, PA

July 23, 1983 Carrier Dome, Syracuse, NY (Postponed until September 6th)

July 25-27, 1983 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

July 29, 1983 Richfield Coliseum, Richfield, OH

July 30-31, 1983 Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI

August 1-4, 1983 Rosemont Horizon, Rosemont, IL

August 7, 1983 Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, AB

August 8-9, 1983 British Columbia Place Stadium, Vancouver, BC

August 11, 1983 Tacoma Dome, Seattle, WA

August 14-15, 1983 Forum, Los Angeles, CA

August 17, 1983 Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Phoenix, AZ

August 19, 1983 Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX

August 20, 1983 Frank Erwin Center, Austin, TX

August 21, 1983 Summit, Houston, TX

August 24-25, 1983 Scope Convention Hall, Norfolk, VA

August 27-28, 1983 Capital Centre, Landover, MD

August 29, 1983 Hershey Park Stadium, Hershey, PA

August 31, 1983 Sullivan Stadium, Boston, MA

September 3-4, 1983 Molson C.N.E. Stadium, Toronto, ON

September 5, 1983 Memorial Auditorium, Buffalo, NY

September 6, 1983 Carrier Dome, Syracuse, NY (Rescheduled from July 23rd)

September 9, 1983 Anaheim Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

September 11-12, 1983 Pacific National Exhibition Coliseum, Vancouver, BC

September 14, 1983 Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg, MB

September 17, 1983 Oakland Coliseum, San Francisco, CA

October ?, 1983 Tokyo, JPN (Rehearsals)

October 20-22 & 24, 1983 Budokan Arena, Tokyo, JPN

October 25, 1983 Yokohama Stadium, Yokohama, JPN

October 26-27, 1983 Funitsu Taikukan, Osaka, JPN

October 29, 1983 Kokusai Tenji Kaikan, Nagoya, JPN

October 30, 1983 Expo Memorial Park, Osaka, JPN

October 31, 1983 Funitsu Taikukan, Kyoto, JPN

November 4-6, 1983 Entertainment Centre, Perth, AUS

November 9, 1983 Oval Cricket Ground, Adelaide, AUS

November 12, 1983 VFL Park Waverley, Melbourne, AUS

November 16, 1983 Lang Park, Brisbane, AUS

November 19-20, 1983 R.A.S. Showgrounds, Sydney, AUS

November 24, 1983 Athletic Park, Wellington, NZ

November 26, 1983 Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, NZ

"Bungle In The Jungle" Tour

December 1, 1983 Rainbow Lounge, Ming Arcade, SIN (Cancelled)

December 3, 1983 National Stadium, Kallang, SIN

December 5, 1983 Army Stadium, Bangkok, THAI

December 7-8, 1983 Hong Kong Coliseum, Hong Kong City, HK

1984

September 14, 1984 Wag Club, London, ENG (A special afternoon performance with 'David Bowie and The Aliens' for the MTV Video Music Awards)

1985

March 23-24, 1985 National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham, ENG (David joined Tina Turner onstage to duet on "Tonight" & "Let's Dance")

July ?, 1985 Bray Studio, Windsor, ENG (Live Aid rehearsals)

July ?, 1985 Elstree Studios Sound Stage, Borehamwood, ENG (Live Aid rehearsals. David rehearsed a total of seven songs)

July 13, 1985 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG (Live Aid, performing "TVC 15", "Rebel Rebel", "Modern Love" & "Heroes". David dropped 'Five Years' in favour of a video showing the BBC news broadcast report by Michael Buerk from Ethiopia of the famine disaster. David also joined in a rendition of The Beatles "Let It Be" along with Paul McCartney, Bob Geldof, Pete Townshend and Alison Moyet. For the finale David also sang the opening lines of "Do They Know It's Christmas?". David was backed for the performance by Kevin Armstrong (lead guitar and backing vocals), Neil Conti (drums), Matthew Seligman (bass guitar), Thomas Dolby (synthesisers and keyboards), Clare Hurst (saxophone), Pedro Ortiz (percussion), Tessa Niles & Helena Springs (backing vocals))

November 19, 1985 China Club, New York City, NY (Steve Ferrone's birthday party. An impromptu jam session which lasted for over an hour, with Iggy Pop, Ronnie Wood, Stevie Winwood, Carlos Alomar, Carmine Rojas & Steve Ferrone)

1986

June 20, 1986 Wembley Arena, London, ENG (Prince's Trust: The Birthday Party. David performed "Dancing In The Street" with Mick Jagger)

1987

Glass Spider Tour Press Conferences 1987

  • David Bowie (vocals)
  • Carlos Alomar (guitar)
  • Peter Frampton (guitar)
  • Alan Childs (drums)
  • Carmine Rojas (bass)
  • Richard Cottle (keyboards)

March 17, 1987 Diamond Club, Toronto, ON (Press Show)

March 18, 1987 Cat Club, New York, City, NY (Press Show)

March 20, 1987 Players Theatre, London, ENG (Press Show)

March 22, 1987 La Locomotive, Paris, FRA (Press Show)

March 24, 1987 Halquera Plateaux, Madrid, SPA (Press Show)

March 25, 1987 Piper Club, Rome, ITY (Press Show)

March 26, 1987 Parkcafe Lowenbrau, Munich, GER (Press Show)

March 28, 1987 Ritz, Stockholm, SWE (Press Show)

March 30, 1987 Paradiso, Amsterdam, NED (Press Show)

The Glass Spider Tour 1987 Line-Up:

  • David Bowie (vocals, guitar, saxophone)
  • Carlos Alomar (guitar)
  • Peter Frampton (lead guitar)
  • Carmine Rojas (bass)
  • Alan Childs (drums)
  • Erdal Kizilcay (keyboards, trumpet, congas, violin)
  • Richard Cottle (keyboards, saxophone)

The dancers were: Melissa Hurley, Constance Marie, Craig Allen Rothwell (aka Spazz Attack), Viktor Manoel and Steven Nicholas (aka Skeeter Rabbit)

April ?, 1987 New York City, NY (1st Rehearsals)

May 18-24, 1987 Ahoy, Rotterdam, NED (2nd Rehearsals)

May 27-31, 1987 Stadion Feyenoord, Rotterdam, NED (3rd Rehearsals)

June 2, 1987 Festival Terrein, Werchter, BEL (Rock Werchter)

June 6, 1987 Platz der Republik, Berlin, GER (Festival)

June 7, 1987 Nürburgring, Koblenz, GER (Rock am Ring)

June 9, 1987 Stadio Comunale, Florence, ITY

June 10, 1987 Stadio San Siro, Milan, ITY

June 13, 1987 Festwiese Am Stadtpark, Hamburg, GER

June 15-16, 1987 Stadio Flaminio, Rome, ITY

June 18, 1987 Neckarstadion, Stuttgart, GER (Cancelled)

June 19-20, 1987 Wembley Stadium, London, ENG

June 21, 1987 Cardiff Arms Park, Cardiff, WAL

June 23, 1987 Roker Park Stadium, Sunderland, ENG

June 27, 1987 Eriksberg Festival Site, Gothenburg, SWE (The original venue was Nya Ullevi, but the gig was transferred to a shutdown shipyard called Eriksberg)

June 28, 1987 Stade Municipal de Gerland, Lyon, FRA

July 1, 1987 Wiener Prater Stadion, Vienna, AUT

July 3, 1987 Parc Départemental de la Courneuve, Paris, FRA

July 4, 1987 Le Stadium, Toulouse, FRA

July 6, 1987 Estadio Vicente Calderon, Madrid, SPA

July 7-8, 1987 Miniestadio C.F., Barcelona, SPA

July 11, 1987 Slane Castle, Slane, IRE

July 14-15, 1987 Maine Road, Manchester, ENG

July 17, 1987 Stade de l'Ouest, Nice, FRA

July 18, 1987 Stadio Comunale, Torino, ITY

July 30-31, 1987 Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia, PA

August 2-3, 1987 Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ

August 7, 1987 Spartan Stadium, San Jose, CA

August 8-9, 1987 Anaheim Stadium, Los Angeles, CA

August 12, 1987 Mile High Stadium, Denver, CO

August 14, 1987 Civic Stadium, Portland, OR

August 15, 1987 British Columbia Place Stadium, Vancouver, BC

August 17, 1987 Commonwealth Stadium, Edmonton, AB

August 19, 1987 Winnipeg Stadium, Winnipeg, MB

August 21-22, 1987 Rosemont Horizon, Chicago, IL

August 24-25, 1987 CNE Stadium, Toronto, ON

August 28, 1987 Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, ON

August 30, 1987 Olympic Stadium, Montreal, QC

September 1-2, 1987 Madison Square Garden, New York City, NY

September 3, 1987 Sullivan Stadium, Foxboro, MA

September 6-7, 1987 Dean Dome, Chapel Hill, NC

September 10-11, 1987 Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, WI

September 12, 1987 Pontiac Silverdome, Detroit, MI

September 14, 1987 Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY

September 18, 1987 Orange Bowl Stadium, Miami, FL

September 19, 1987 Tampa Stadium, Tampa, FL

September 21-22, 1987 Omni, Atlanta, GA

September 25, 1987 Civic Center, Hartford, CT

September 26, 1987 Silver Stadium, Rochester, NY (Cancelled)

September 28-29, 1987 Capital Centre, Landover, MD

October 1-2, 1987 Civic Center, St. Paul, MN

October 4, 1987 Kemper Arena, Kansas City, MO

October 6, 1987 Superdome, New Orleans, LA

October 7-8, 1987 Summit, Houston, TX

October 10-11, 1987 Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX

October 13-14, 1987 Los Angeles Sports Arena, Los Angeles, CA

October 27, 1987 Tivoli Club, Sydney, AUS (Press Conference. David also performed three songs "Bang Bang", "Young Americans" & "Jean Genie")

October 29-30, 1987 Boondall Entertainment Centre, Brisbane, AUS

November 3-4, 6-7, 9-10 & 13-14, 1987 Entertainment Centre, Sydney, AUS

November 18, 20-21 & 23, 1987 Kooyong Stadium, Melbourne, AUS

November 28, 1987 Western Springs Stadium, Auckland, NZ

1988

July 1, 1988 Dominion Theatre, London, ENG (ICA 'Intruders At The Palace' benefit gig. A new version of "Look Back In Anger" was performed featuring La La La Human Steps. David's first live appearance with Reeves Gabrels)

1989

Tin Machine Tour 1989

Line-Up:

  • David Bowie (vocals, guitar)
  • Reeves Gabrels (lead guitar)
  • Hunt Sales (drums, vocals)
  • Tony Sales (bass, vocals)
  • Kevin Armstrong (rhythm guitar)

May ?, 1989 Nassau, BAH (Warm-Up Show with 4-5 songs)

June 14, 1989 The World, New York City, NY

June 16, 1989 Roxy Theatre, Hollywood, CA (2 Shows)

June 21, 1989 Saga Rockteatre, Copenhagen, DEN

June 22, 1989 The Docks, Hamburg, GER

June 24, 1989 Paradiso, Amsterdam, NED

June 25, 1989 La Cigale, Paris, FRA

June 27, 1989 Town & Country Club, London, ENG

June 29, 1989 Kilburn National Ballroom, London, ENG

July 1, 1989 Newport Centre, Newport, WAL

July 2, 1989 St. George's Hall, Bradford, ENG

July 3, 1989 Forum, Livingston, SCOT

November 4, 1989 Moby Dicks Whale Beach, Sydney, AUS (WKCR-FM benefit concert. David Bowie & John Cale join Steve Reich & Philip Glass in their show 'The First Concert Of The Eighties'. They perform a John Cale composition entitled "Sabotage", with David on viola & Gregor Kitzis on 1st violin)

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