Unsere Datenschutzrichtlinien haben sich geändert. Die aktuelle Version finden Sie hier

We have updated our privacy terms. Please review the current version here

Diese Website nutzt Cookies um Inhalte zu personalisieren, Zugriffe zu analysieren und Dir ein optimales Nutzungserlebnis zu ermöglichen. mehr erfahren

This website uses cookies to personalize contents, track site usage and ensure you get the best experience on our website. learn more

"This way or no way, you know, I’ll be free"

My heart stopped for a moment when I read the news that Mr. Bowie has passed away. I believed in a hoax, but meanwhile his official twitter account confirmed the report. It is a sad day for music, for all of us who loved the man, the flamboyant musician. He always seemed to be more than a mortal being to me, and it is hard to realize that this vibrant cultural phenomenon has now vanished, just like all of us will do someday.

An incredible source of creativity and innovation has run dry. With "Blackstar", though, he left us a legacy that is even more worth to be heard now - as we can find traces of a final reflection, done by a man who might have known that it is time to recapitulate and communicate with us for the last time.

Watching the almost prophetic "Lazarus" video, published only a few days earlier, is kind of eerie today. There is too much sadness, but thankfully, we can be consoled by the new testament of this man who had influenced and challenged music and pop culture like no one else could ever do. And tonight is the right time to celebrate this legacy, to listen closely and remember. Goodbye, Ziggy Stardust. You'll be missed terribly.

David Bowie