David Bowie tribute to play in Stevenage

10:42 29 May 2014

David Bowie tribute act Low Heroes is coming to Stevenage

David Bowie tribute act Low Heroes is coming to Stevenage

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Top David Bowie tribute band Low Heroes will be playing in Stevenage this Saturday.

The band will perform a two-hour set at the Coach and Horses pub celebrating the classic 70s output of the eccentric rock legend.

Their set list includes a host of Bowie classics - including The Man Who Sold the World, Life on Mars and Ziggy Stardust.

Organiser Jennie Hurst said: “I can’t wait for everyone to see these guys perform - they are the real deal. Seeing them get up on stage is like being transported back to the 1970s all over again. It’ll be great to hear so many brilliant tunes played live in front of us.”

Visit www.coachandhorsesstevenage.webs.com for more information.

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