This authentic David Bowie store carries official Bowie merchandise, including exclusive t-shirt designs, games, pins, books and more.
Born David Robert Jones in 1947, Bowie was inspired to play saxophone as a teenager after hearing the sounds of London's West End. When he was just twenty two, his song "Space Oddity" became a smash hit, projecting the young singer onto a stratospheric path to super-stardom.
His first album, The Man Who Sold The World became a slow-burning classic, followed swiftly by Hunky Dory & The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders from Mars.
Defying mundane norms, Bowie's gender-bending fashion style gave rise to his elaborate stage costumes, incorporating face painted lightning bolts, monster hands, platform shoes, marionettes and much more.
The 1980s saw Bowie engage in more acting, with performances in The Hunger, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, and 1986's box office hit Labrynth. But his stint in front of the camera didn't curtail his musical prowess. In 1982, Bowie released the massive hit album Let's Dance, which sold some seven million copies -- with the title track going #1 in several countries. A then-unknown Texas blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan played the lead guitar, and the album was produced by Nile Rodgers.
Bluescentric's official David Bowie store carries unique & exclusive Bowie t-shirts and garments for men, women and children. Sizes are available from infant to 5XL, and up to 3XLT. Other authentic David Bowie merch includes vinyl records, pin-backed buttons, Bowie coffee mugs, signs and accessories.