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DAVID BRIGHTON'S SPACE ODDITY: THE ULTIMATE DAVID BOWIE EXPERIENCE Coming to MPAC, 8/10

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Celebrate the life and music of the legendary David Bowie at David Brighton's Space Oddity: The Ultimate David Bowie Experience at Mayo Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, August 10, 2016 at 8 pm. Tickets are $29 - $59.

David Brighton, credited as being the world's best David Bowie impersonator, performs this tribute to rock and roll's most electrifying superstar, complete with your favorite Bowie hits, flamboyant costume changes, elaborate staging and perfectly emulated vocal stylings covering all periods of Bowie's storied career.

"David Brighton has the voice, moves and look to actually step in for David Bowie if he were unavailable and few would ever know. Experiencing David Brighton's Tribute to David Bowie made for a truly remarkable evening." says Harry Maslin, the Producer of David Bowie's Young Americans and Station To Station Albums.

Brighton has been performing live concerts and making radio and television appearances worldwide as a celebrity look-alike/sound-alike since 1994. This unforgettable stage production is complete with flamboyant costume changes, elaborate staging, perfectly emulated vocal stylings and one of the best all-star backing bands in the business. All of the many faces David Bowie are present. from stadium-sized pop phenomenon, to space-age rock and roll alien Ziggy Stardust.

"David Brighton's charisma keeps the audience mesmerized and his vocals are flawless. His likeness to Bowie is eerie. The crowd actually gasped in amazement as he took the stage... you wondered if it wasn't really Bowie himself. Everyone was leaving their seats and kicking up their platform heels to the sounds of chart-topping hits like Fame, China Girl, Let's Dance and Modern Love. What (Brighton and band) give is nothing short of the opportunity to go back in time." says The LA Review.

Before entering the world of celebrity impersonation, David played lead guitar with a number of popular recording artists. His stint as a sideman began with a phone call from Kevin Dubrow from Quiet Riot. Dubrow tapped David to replace the legendary guitarist Randy Rhoads. In addition to his live work, David's versatility as a session player can be heard on numerous artists' albums, movie soundtracks and commercial jingles. He has also performed as George Harrison in a number of Beatles tribute groups, including Beatlemania and The Fab Four.


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