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Interview index

One of my favorite experiences in writing this blog has been the opportunity to interview some great and interesting people from all over the world about David Bowie. This page provides quick links to those interviews. I will update this page as I post new interviews, which I typically do on Saturdays. Come back this upcoming Saturday for Blackstar guitarist Ben Monder– yes, my very first interview with a musician who played on a Bowie album (and what an album!) Upcoming interviews include Chris O’Leary, writer of the Pushing Ahead of the Dame blog (which puts mine to shame), British musician W3st, artist Sara Captain and more in the works!

Click on the subject’s name to link to their interview:

Sean Egan. Journalist, author and editor of the book, Bowie on Bowie, a compilation of interviews with Bowie.

Anthony DeCurtis, April 6. University at Pennsylvania distinguished lecturer, contributing editor to Rolling Stone and author of multiple books about rock music.

Simon Critchley, March 30. Professor at the New School for Social Research, philosopher, moderator of the New York Times‘ “The Stone,” and author of many books, including Bowie.

Adam Steiner, March 23, 2024. British journalist and author of Silhouettes and Shadows: The Secret History of David Bowie’s Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps).

Sébastien Bédé, March 16, 2024. French musician who has reinterpreted several of Bowie’s songs. Featuring his reinterpretation of “Space Oddity.”

Dr. Leah Kardos, March 9, 2024. Author of Blackstar Theory, music professor at Kingston University in London and collaborator with Tony Visconti.

EgoB, March 2, 2024. Roeland Verhaeren, known as EgoB, a Belgian electronic musician drawing inspiration from icons like Bowie. Featuring his cover of “Something in the Air.”

Joakim Schiller, February 24, 2024. Drummer of dB: The Bowie Experience, a Swedish Bowie cover band. Featuring the band’s cover of “Moonage Daydream.”

Mr. Hartgrave, February 17, 2024. American musician and YouTube content creator. Featuring his cover of “Life on Mars.”

Marc Lowe Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3, February 10-12, 2024. American living in Japan, musician and educator. Featuring, respectively, his original songs, “The Dial is in the Bathroom” and “We Miss You Spaceboy” and his cover of “All the Madmen.”

DoM, February 3, 2024. French mashup artist. Featuring his mashup titled, “A Forest for Lazarus,” which is a mashup of Bowie’s “Lazarus” and the Cure’s “A Forest.”

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