News \

Watch David Bowie’s Collaborators Pay Tribute at Memorial Concert on First Anniversary of His Death

Last night, a stupefyingly large lineup of David Bowie’s musical collaborators and touring band members appeared at New York City’s Terminal 5 for Celebrating David Bowie, the ensemble tribute announced late last year. The performers marked the first anniversary of Bowie’s death with a 34-song setlist that included many of his most celebrated hits.

The touring tribute production has already visited London; later this month it will appear again in Los Angeles before heading on to Tokyo and Sydney. Below, watch fan-shot footage of the show. First up: “Rebel Rebel,” featuring Bernard Fowler, “Lady Grinning Soul” sung by Holly Palmer, “Sorrow” featuring Fiction Plane’s Joe Sumner, and “The Man Who Sold the World” featuring Jeremy Little and Alex Painter:

“Five Years” sung by Gaby Moreno, “Where Are We Now?” sung by Palmer, “Life on Mars?” featuring Sumner (with a guitar intro by Adrian Belew), and “Sound and Vision” also featuring Belew:

“Ziggy Stardust” sung by We Are the West’s Brett Hool, “Moonage Daydream” led by Fishbone’s Angelo Moore, and “Heroes” featuring Fowler:

[Rolling Stone]