Mini Tour (David Bowie)
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|Tour by David Bowie|
|Start date||16 June 2000|
|End date||27 June 2000|
|David Bowie concert chronology|
- David Bowie - vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica
- Earl Slick - lead guitar
- Mark Plati - rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar
- Gail Ann Dorsey - bass guitar, guitar, clarinet, vocals
- Sterling Campbell - drums, percussion
- Mike Garson - keyboards, piano
- Holly Palmer - percussion, vocals
- Emm Gryner - keyboard, clarinet, vocals
|16 June 2000||New York City||United States||Roseland Ballroom|
|19 June 2000|
|25 June 2000||England||Glastonbury Festival|
|27 June 2000||London||BBC Radio Theatre|
- "The Man Who Sold the World"
From Hunky Dory
- "Life on Mars?"
- "Ziggy Stardust"
From Aladdin Sane
- "Cracked Actor"
- "The Jean Genie"
From Diamond Dogs
- "Rebel Rebel"
From Young Americans
From Station to Station
- "Station to Station"
- "Golden Years"
- "Wild Is the Wind" (originally a single by Johnny Mathis, written by Dimitri Tiomkin and Ned Washington)
- "Always Crashing in the Same Car"
- "Heroes" (Bowie, Brian Eno)
- "Ashes to Ashes"
From Let's Dance
- "Hallo Spaceboy" (Bowie, Eno)
- "Survive" (Bowie, Gabrels)
- "Seven" (Bowie, Gabrels)
- "Thursday's Child" (Bowie, Gabrels)
- "The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell" (Bowie, Gabrels)
- "Absolute Beginners" from Absolute Beginners: The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, written by Bowie)
- "All the Young Dudes" (from All the Young Dudes by Mott the Hoople, written by Bowie)
- "I Dig Everything" (early non-album single)
- "Love Me Do" (part included in "The Jean Genie") (from Please Please Me by The Beatles, written by Lennon & Paul McCartney)
- "The London Boys" (early non-album single)
- "This Is Not America" (song by Bowie and Pat Metheny Group from The Falcon and the Snowman soundtrack, written by Bowie, Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays)
- "Under Pressure" (a single by Bowie and Queen from the Queen's Hot Space, written by Bowie, John Deacon, Brian May, Freddie Mercury, Roger Taylor)