A brief "60 Minutes" piece on the late David Bowie that aired Sunday was the result of a 15-year journey of missed connections involving three of the newsmagazine's correspondents and a rock star gone underground.
A performance of David Bowie's trippy, melancholy musical "Lazarus" turned into a memorial for the Thin White Duke on Tuesday night as fans who had bought tickets to celebrate his music instead found themselves mourning his passing.
Philadelphia rocker Tommy Conwell who along with the Young Rumblers opened for David Bowie at Veterans Stadium in 1987 called Steve Trevelise to talk about the experience as well as what it was like meeting Bowie
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