Glenn Gregory (center) and Tony Visconti (right), former producer for David Bowie, perform as part of the group Holy Holy. The group is performing Bowie’s 1970 album “The Man Who Sold the World” in its entirety on its current tour.
Glenn Gregory (center) and Tony Visconti (right), former producer for David Bowie, perform as part of the group Holy Holy. The group is performing Bowie’s 1970 album “The Man Who Sold the World” in its entirety on its current tour. Nathan Denette The Canadian Press via AP
Glenn Gregory (center) and Tony Visconti (right), former producer for David Bowie, perform as part of the group Holy Holy. The group is performing Bowie’s 1970 album “The Man Who Sold the World” in its entirety on its current tour. Nathan Denette The Canadian Press via AP
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