David Bowie had a large audience when he played at Walnut Creek Amphitheater in 1995. Bowie has been a master of reinvention for half a century, cycling through one guise after another – earnest folkie, glam-rock alien, Philly soul man, chilly technocrat, electronic elder statesman and beyond.
David Bowie had a large audience when he played at Walnut Creek Amphitheater in 1995. Bowie has been a master of reinvention for half a century, cycling through one guise after another – earnest folkie, glam-rock alien, Philly soul man, chilly technocrat, electronic elder statesman and beyond. 1995 News & Observer File Photo newsobserver.com
David Bowie had a large audience when he played at Walnut Creek Amphitheater in 1995. Bowie has been a master of reinvention for half a century, cycling through one guise after another – earnest folkie, glam-rock alien, Philly soul man, chilly technocrat, electronic elder statesman and beyond. 1995 News & Observer File Photo newsobserver.com

Bowie makes art from death

January 13, 2016 12:48 PM

UPDATED January 17, 2016 06:18 AM

More Videos

  • U2 surprises Berlin subway commuters with impromptu set

    On Dec. 6, Bono and The Edge played a 15-minute set on a Berlin subway line that shares the band's name, U2, to promote the band’s newly-released album, Songs of Experience.