Thin White Duke, the authentic tribute to David Bowie, return to The Con Club in Lewes on Friday, January 24, for their annual gig.
The band takes its name from the character the singer made famous on the 1976 Isolar/Station to Station tour.
The front man’s outfit is a faithful recreation of the black bellbottom trousers, waistcoat and wide collared white shirt worn by Bowie during that period. But while the look of Thin White Duke may be fixed on what some consider to be his best ever stage persona, their music spans the decades of the Starman’s back catalogue.
Each track is carefully constructed to mirror the sound of the original artist as closely as possible and the two-hour set is guaranteed to get any venue rocking.
The Lewes gig starts at 8pm and admission is free.