BAND DETAIL: David Brighton
A brilliant live recreation of Rock and Roll's most colorful performer's
legendary phenomenon in Rock theater... David Brighton's tribute to rock
and roll's most electrifying superstar... the Legendary David Bowie.
David Brighton is credited as being the world's best David Bowie
impersonator, with one of the most entertaining tribute acts ever to hit
From stadium-sized Pop/Rock legend to Rock and Roll space alien Ziggy
Stardust, David Bowie look-alike/sound-alike, David Brighton and his all
star band chronicle all of the international superstar's Ch-Ch-Changes
in electrifying Technicolor...
Brighton has been performing live concerts and making radio and
television appearances worldwide as a celebrity look-alike/sound-alike
since 1994. He's performed on some of the world's biggest stages,
sharing the bill with some of the biggest acts the world has known -
including: Stevie Wonder, Kenny Loggins, Little Richard and Barry
Manilow. From the Superdome in New Orleans with bands like Chicago and
KC & the Sunshine Band, to arenas, concert halls, theaters, casinos,
cruises, festivals, fairs, conventions, private functions and corporate
events... touring extensively throughout the United States, Canada,
Europe, Japan, Hong Kong, the Bahamas, Barbados and Puerto Rico...
This unforgettable stage production is complete with flamboyant costume
changes, elaborate staging, perfectly emulated vocal stylings and one of
the best all-star backing bands in the business. All of the many faces
David Bowie are present... from stadium-sized pop phenomenon, to space-age
rock and roll alien Ziggy Stardust... and so is the excitement and
"David Brighton's charisma keeps the audience mesmerized and his vocals
are flawless... His likeness to Bowie is eerie... The crowd actually gasped
in amazement as he took the stage... you wondered if it wasn't really
Bowie himself... Everyone was leaving their seats and kicking up their
platform heels to the sounds of chart-topping hits like Fame, China
Girl, Let's Dance and Modern Love... What (Brighton and band) give is
nothing short of the opportunity to go back in time..."
- The LA Review