The Prince of Wales, a 150-year-old pub in Moseley, hosts a live music event to pay tribute to David Bowie on Friday 15th January. The entrance is free, but they will ask for donations that will be allocated to Macmillan Cancer Research.
— The Prince, Moseley (@Prince_Moseley) January 11, 2016
The glam rock night tribute will start at 8 pm, celebrating the life and work of the singer. Keith Marsden, Moseley’s award-winning pub owner, has asked two of his preferred deejays to pay homage with a proper tribute where everyone can attend, enjoy and remember Bowie’s favourite moments.
Keith Marsden says:
“Bowie was at the heart of me growing up. Club nights up North, late night listening in my bedroom, juke boxes in cafés, at school with my mates.I have always loved music. I remember where I was when I learned Elvis had died. I remember what I was doing when John Lennon died. Now with David Bowie, I was in the garden at the Prince and, in the absence of The Jug of Ale, this seems the best place for Moseley to pay tribute to a real icon.”