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The Radio City concert, featuring Pixies, Blondie, Michael Stipe and more, can be viewed for a recommended minimum donation of £15
By IQ on 29 Mar 2016
The second of two upcoming The Music of David Bowie tribute shows will be live-streamed for those unable to attend, promoter Michael Dorf has announced.
The concert, at Radio City Music Hall in New York on 1 April, will feature performances by Pixies, Blondie, REM’s Michael Stipe, The Flaming Lips, Cat Power and Mumford & Sons and will available to watch via Skype in exchange for “a small donation to our charity partners”, says a statement, with a recommended a minimum donation of US$20 or £15.
The first show, at Carnegie Hall the previous day, won’t be streamed.
Bowie died aged 69 on 10 January 2016, two days after the release of his 25th studio album, Blackstar.
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