This Wednesday Double J, marks the one-year anniversary since the death of David Bowie.
Across the day they'll be paying tribute to the musical hero, playing you Bowie’s songs and archival interviews, as well as look at a local perspective on the impact of his time on earth.
3pm: Myf Warhurst will pay tribute to the star man with a Bowie special on Double J, which will also be simulcast on ‘Summer’, Myf’s ABC Radio show.
4pm: We bring you the man himself, live in concert. Recorded by the BBC, you’ll hear Bowie perform massive songs like ‘All the Young Dudes’ and ‘Heroes’ live on stage at the Phoenix Festival in 1996.
8pm: We take you to Melbourne’s Hamer Hall for the 2016 tribute concert, David Bowie: Nothing Has Changed, where some of Australia’s best performers, including Deborah Conway, Tim Rogers, Adalita, iOTA and Ashley Naylor reinterpret Bowie’s biggest songs, backed by a killer live band and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
At doublej.net.au, you’ll be able to reflect on Bowie’s immense influence on some of the country’s finest musicians, check out the biggest, best and most unique tributes to Bowie – musical and otherwise, as well as see how the rest of the world is celebrating this momentous anniversary.
Celebrate a legend, Weds 11 Jan on Double J, via your mobile, digital radio, on Channel 200 on your digital TV and online at doublej.net.au