Supergroup Holy Holy take David Bowie's songs on tour

Monday, 21st September 2020, 8:02 pm
Updated Monday, 21st September 2020, 8:03 pm

A supergroup dedicated to keeping the early music of the late, great David Bowie alive has announced a string of dates for 2021.

Holy Holy includes drummer Woody Woodmansy, who played in Bowie’s backing band The Spiders from Mars from 1970 to 1973, Tony Visconti, the iconic star’s stalwart producer and bass player on The Man Who Sold The World, and singer Glenn Gregory, who fronted Heaven 17.

Tour dates

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The group will play these dates next year...

April 8 - Tramshed, Cardiff

April 9 - Barbican, London

April 11 - Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury

April 13 - Forum, Bath

April 14 - Town Hall, Birmingham

April 16 - Barbican, York

April 17 - Royal Philharmonic, Liverpool

April 18 - Old Fruitmarket, Glasgow

Tickets are available from premier.ticketek.co.uk, gigantic.com and holyholy.co.uk websites.

Holy Holy’s previous tours have taken the band to Japan, the United States of America and Canada.

Group's single

In 2014 the band brought out a single featuring We Are King, written and sung by Steve Norman of Spandau Ballet, and a cover of David Bowie’s Holy Holy, sung by Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory.

Holy Holy pride themselves on capturing the authentic sound of Bowie’s iconic early songs from 1969 to ’73.

On the band’s website, Visconti says: “We’re not a tribute band. We are the real deal.”

(photo: David Bowie at his last concert as Ziggy Stardust at Hammersmith Odeon in 1973. Photo Getty Images/Express/Express).