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AirTalk listeners remember David Bowie




A woman with a tatoo of David Bowie reacts as she pays her respects in front of the British singer, painted by Australian street artist James Cochran, aka Jimmy C.
A woman with a tatoo of David Bowie reacts as she pays her respects in front of the British singer, painted by Australian street artist James Cochran, aka Jimmy C.
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David Bowie, the musician and artist alternatively known as Ziggy Stardust and the Thin White Duke, has died from cancer. He was 69.

The ultimate chameleon who had stretched the boundaries of music over 25 albums, Bowie’s influence is deep and wide. His final album, “Blackstar,” was released last Friday to unanimous praise -- two days before his death.

Call AirTalk at (866) 893-5722 to tell us about your favorite Bowie song, how his music has touched your life.

Guest:

Alex Gale, Senior Editor at Billboard. He tweets at @AlexGale