Ultimate Jam Night, the long-running weekly free music show held at the famed Whisky A Go Go in West Hollywood, California, will turn its upcoming Tuesday night edition on November 29 at 8 p.m. PST into a "thank you" for David Bowie, featuring a list of highly acclaimed musicians. The event will be broadcast worldwide via Zinna.TV.
Bowie, who succumbed to liver cancer on January 10 of this year at the age of 69, was renowned for his long and remarkable career.
Beginning in the 1960s and ending with the creation of his final work "Blackstar", Bowie became known for an ever-changing persona that accompanied unique and influential music.
Over 50 artists — including Bowie's own bassist from the late '80s, Carmine Rojas — will take part in the event. Also expected to appear are Gilby Clarke (GUNS N' ROSES); STEELY DAN member and Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Buster Akrey; and POWER STATION vocalist Michael Des Barres.
Founded in 2015 by QUIET RIOT's Chuck Wright, Ultimate Jam Night features a rotating cast of the world's finest musicians assembled in an entirely unrehearsed setting. Since its inception, the night has provided a combination of live music, performance art, comedy bits, walk around characters, and community and charitable giving.
For more information, visit www.ultimatejamnight.com.
This Tuesday November 29, ULTIMATE JAM NIGHT is pleased to present "THANK YOU DAVID BOWIE", a celebration of the iconic...Posted by Ultimate Jam Night on Sunday, November 27, 2016
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