|David Bowie, 1965|
Not all the acts were well known back then but some would become famous in later years. Marc Bolan came with John’s Children, Rod Stewart with Steam Packet and on Saturday 30 October 1965, we saw a cockney-sounding bloke called David Bowie and his band the Lower Third. They were a bit blues, a bit Who (second-class bands tended that way back then), and no one took much notice. But mid-60s
was desperate to ‘make it’. He appeared on a briefly ‘cool’ TV Show, “A Whole Scene Going” to complain about the persecution of young men with long hair although nobody paid much attention to his music. Bowie
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