‘The truth is of course is that there is no journey. We are arriving and departing all at the same time.’
– David Bowie
Because he has never left us. We all like music and yet we do not define good music the same way and not many among us have very diversified tastes to appreciate various genres. But this guy who possessed endless positive vibes and appealing impressions, has made us stay for his notes even till now. Innovative. Inspiring. Emotional. I am sure these words ring a bell – because they belong to legendary entertainer David Bowie whom everyone reminisces about naturally dancing ‘to the song they are playin’ on the radio’.
Fret not as the internationally-acclaimed British former lead singer of ‘The Stranglers’ – Paul Roberts, is paying homage to the greatest British rock star by bringing back ‘Let’s Dance’, one of David’s biggest-selling tracks and a set of songs across Bowie’s classic albums at Cè LaVi to celebrate life in its unique way that this great master of modern pop music would want us to.
Hosted by British Theatre Playhouse, Paul Roberts will also sing David Bowie at two charity shows – ‘The Mission to Seafarers’ and ‘Riding for the Disabled’ with the appearance of HRH Princess Anne. HRH Princess Anne has been a great patron of various charities, and Paul himself has been an avid supporter of good causes. Enjoying Paul’s rendition of David Bowie in a charity event would be an experience and memory to be savored for a long time to come. And Paul’s vibrant personality will definitely bring a different life to David’s amazing songs.
‘I am very much looking forward to sharing this new and exciting concert with audiences in Singapore, as David Bowie was a great influence on my career and it’s an honor to be paying tribute to him in this way’, Paul Roberts recently told us.
Let’s shine a light together for David Bowie with Paul Roberts at Cè LaVi in Singapore on the 10th, 11th and 12th November 2016.
Tickets for ‘Let’s Dance – Paul Roberts sings David Bowie’ are available here
Do keep a lookout for the journey of Princess Anne in Singapore.
Photos courtesy of Lenscap, Chrisdorney & FeatureFlash