Holy Holy are a British supergroup, featuring Tony Visconti, Woody Woodmansey, Glenn Gregory, James Stevenson, Paul Cuddeford, Berenice Scott and Jessica Lee Morgan. The group perform the musical works of David Bowie. Woody Woodmansey was the drummer of David Bowie’s band, Spider from Mars, and Tony Visconti was his longtime producer.
The band have headlined their own shows and tours across the UK, including tours in 2014 and 2015. In 2015 they also toured Japan, and in 2016 they toured the USA and Canada. They have toured David Bowie’s album, ‘The Man Who Sold the World’ and ‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’.
Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey team up in February 2019 for the Holy Holy Tour - playing Bowie hits with Glen Gregory. Catch them live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.
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i was at this gig last night and I am still buzzing! The bones may be creaking a bit but Tony and Woody still rock it, I went to see the Foo Fighters a few weeks ago and THIS WAS BETTER! Seriously! They even rolled out Marc Almond for a few ballads (After All, Lady Stardust). We will never see the original line-up again but this is the next best thing, a really good band and the energy and spirit you need for a real rock show. They did "The Man Who sold The World" album entire, then a sprinkling of songs from Ziggy days - all Bowie - and all fantastic.
Go and enjoy. Ignore the official reviews, this is a five-star experience all the way for any fan of bowie or of these guys themselves, it all works. Special mention to the old Heaven 17 alumni especially Glenn Gregory, it is a thankless task to be singing Bowie material but he absolutely killed it, no question.
Special mention for the support acts - Philip Rambow was excellent and i will go see him when he does his own gigs, the same is true of the other warm-up Jessica Lee Morgan. she is the daughter of Visconti and Mary Hopkin but deserved to be there on her own talent.