The star plays 'I Will Be Your Slave' at a Tibetan monk benefit...
David Bowie unveiled a brand new song, ‘I WILL BE YOUR SLAVE’, at a benefit concert for Tibetan monks in NEW YORK at the weekend.
He was backed by a string quartet, Sterling Campbell on drums and long-time David Bowie producer Tony Visconti on bass.
David Bowie also performed an updated version of his 1969 hit ‘Space Oddity’, complete with lavish string arrangement, at the Tibet House Benefit show in Carnegie Hall on Friday night (February 22).
David Bowie, who is putting the finishing touches to an untitled new album, also joined in with ex-Kink Ray Davies on an acoustic of ‘All Day and All Of The Night’ as well as an all-star singalong finale of ‘People Have The Power’ led by Patti Smith.
It’s the second year that David Bowie, who once studied Tibetan Buddhism, has appeared at the benefit. Last year, he played ‘Heroes’ and his 1967 non-hit ‘Silly Boy Blue’.
David Bowieis rumoured, along with Charlatans, to be playing the Isle of Wight festival on June 3.
His forthcoming album will be the first to come out on his own label, ISO.