David Bowie was honoured with a paving stone on the London Music Walk of Fame on Thursday.The pioneering musician, joins the likes of The Who, Amy Winehouse, Madness and Soul II Soul on the cultural attraction trail in the city's famed Camden Town area.The singer died from cancer on January 10, 2016 having kept his illness a secret from the world.
His tragic death came just days after turning 69 and the release of his 25th studio album, Blackstar. Tribute: David Bowie was honoured with an 'icon' stone on London's Music Walk of Fame in Camden on Thursday with Woody Woodmansey, Lee Bennett, Kevin Armstrong, Nick Moran and Clifford Slapper in attendance The stone, depicting a music record with the word 'icon' on it, was unveiled at a ceremony where David's hits were played.
Woody Woodmansey – the drummer from Bowie's band The Spiders from Mars – led the proceedings. Speaking to Reuters he said: 'It's another landmark for his legacy basically music, the films, the videos, and everything he did for the culture.'He was just an amazing artist - 24/7 he was on the job and it always showed in the products.
RIP: The singer died on 10 January 2016, days after turning 69 and the release of his 25th studio album, Blackstar, having kept his illness a secret from the world (pictured in 1996)'To be able to move through all the different characters and the musical genres that he did and pull it off, I don't think anybody's achieved that ever, (he was) one of a kind, unique.' He was also joined by David's guitarist at Live Aid and with Tin Machine, Kevin Armstrong, in accepting the accolade on behalf of the musician along with Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels' star Nick Moran and famed pianist Clifford Slapper.The Music Walk of.Read more on dailymail.co.uk