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David Bowie was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1996.

David Bowie

Glamorous. Futuristic. Alien. Mortal. You can never fully encapsulate the many faces of David Bowie.

Bowie's fifty-year career is one of constant evolution, brilliant innovation, and enduring artistry. His legacy endures as one of a talent that defied form and a man who defied definition. More on



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Archival Resources

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All archival materials related to David Bowie can be found here. Of special note are the Bowie materials in the following collections:

  • Jeff Gold Collection
    Artist files, posters, video interviews, audio recordings, photographs, clippings, programs, press kits, album art proofs, and promotional materials on Bowie.
  • Frederick S. Boros Audio Recordings
    A number of bootleg audio recordings of live Bowie performances, including shows in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Jules Fisher Papers
    Audio tapes, outtakes, financial records, ephemera, memoranda, contact sheets, rehearsal notes, stage design and production files for Bowie's 1974 tour.
  • Jane Scott Papers
    Photographs, set lists, autographs, press passes, and promotional materials on Bowie.


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