Sting and other stars pay tribute to David Bowie

Sting, Perry Farrell, Def Leppard’s Joe Elliott, and Bush’s Gavin Rossdale performed on Tuesday night (January 25th) at L.A.'s Wiltern Theatre for the "Celebrating David Bowie" show. Billboard reported that in addition to such legendary Bowie side musicians as guitarists Earl Slick and Adrian Belew, pianist Mike Garson, and bassist Gail Ann Dorsey -- other guest vocalists included Sting's son, Joe Sumner, Donovan's son, Donovan Leitch, and long time Rolling Stones backing singer Bernard Fowler.

Highlights included Sting's renditions of Bowie's "Blackstar" and "Lazarus," with Joe Elliot tackling "Suffragette City" and the Bowie-written and produce Mott The Hoople classic "All The Young Dudes," and Perry Farrell taking on "Golden Years." The show, which has already hit London and New York City, played again last night (January 25th) at the Wiltern -- without Sting -- and continues on the road playing on February 2nd in Tokyo.

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