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...hang the dj is a music blog. Old school, shoegaze, psych, and darkwave are featured genres.

Legal disclaimer: This blog is my personal, independent website. It is not affiliated with Bell Media, nor does it represents the thoughts, opinions, desires, etc of Bell Media

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2013/09/02

According to reports, a huge bidding war is brewing over a possible David Bowie tour or at least a one-off show. To be clear, Bowie has stated previously that he has no plans to tour:  when he released his surprise album The Next Day back in February, Bowie and his inner circle indicated that there won't be a tour.  Regardless, fans would love nothing more, and apparently lucrative offers are starting to come in.

Today the Mirror is reporting that concert promoter Live Nation has offered Bowie "a multi-million pound offer" for Bowie to play a one-off show at the Olympic Park in East London next year, and the article goes on to claim that AEG is expected to put an offer on the table for that show, or possibly a totally different show in Hyde Park.

So far it appears the lucrative offers won't be enough to change Bowie's mind about touring. The NME reached out to Bowie's management and they told the mag "there are currently no plans for any live dates."

Read the original report in the Mirror (via Music Week).

Bowie's last live appearance was in 2006, and he stopped touring in 2004 after suffering a heart attack.

Posted on September 2nd, 2013 @ 9:50 AM