A Good Time For Bowie Fans, Especially Those In Chicago!

Bowie has released a new song called "Sue (Or In A Season Of Crime)", which the legendary artist recorded specifically for the career-spanning 3-CD set Nothing Has Changed, which comes out November 17.

Recorded with longtime producer Tony Visconti, the song is an obvious nod to one of Bowie's main influences, Scott Walker.  The seven-minute jazz track may lack a pop chorus, by it is obvious Bowie feels at home in the genre, weaving a rich vocal tapestry that expresses vulnerability one moment and defiance the next.

Meanwhile, the "David Bowie Is" exhibit continues to wow crowds at the Museum of Contemporary Art since it opened last month and will run through January 4, but don't let that stop you from attending this amazing exhibit sooner than later.

Despite rumors that tickets for the month of October have sold out, those interested in attending the event may wish to know that a limited number of walk-up tickets are released to the public each day on a first-come, first-served basis and that tickets are readily available online for numerous showtimes the next day and that the exhibit is open seven days a week.


"David Bowie Is" a Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
220 East Chicago Avenue
Now through January 4, 2015
Tickets: Adults $25, Youths (7-12) $10, Children (0-6) Free

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