I first heard David Bowie when I was a kid. I watched Labyrinth when I was a kid and loved the story and his singing. I didn’t know until I was a teenager that he was a singer. I borrowed a few cassettes from some friends and I loved his music. He is missed. Sirius XM has dedicated a channel to remember him. I listened on the way home today and I cried.
“You don’t need a memorial or service to remember David. You have his music.” Unique to the last, there will be no star-studded funeral or ceremony for the Starman. David Bowie has been secretly cremated with no funeral nor any family and friends present, it was announced today. The iconic musician, whose passing on Sunday prompted a global outpouring of sorrow, told loved ones he wished to “go without any fuss”, and his body was quietly cremated shortly after he died. Watch Luke Fenlon play an amazing tribute here: An unnamed source close to the family said: “No fuss, no big show, no fanfare. “You don’t
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