David Bowie affected so much more than music, pop culture, and the way a whole generation of his fans looked at the people in the world around them
WASHINGTON, Jan. 16, 2016 – David Bowie affected so much more than music, pop culture and the way a whole generation of his fans looked at the people in the world around them. David Bowie was a chameleon of sorts and on many different levels. And his loss is still reverberating around the world.
MediaHacks.com reports about the influence Bowie had on those with psychosis and the impact it had on Bowie and his music, which circled back to the millions of fans of The Man Who Sold the World, famously covered by Kurt Cobain for MTV Unplugged.
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