Legendary British musician David Bowie lived in Berlin from 1976 to 1979. DW visits the Hansa studio, where Bowie recorded the so-called Berlin Trilogy, some of Bowie's old haunts and his former neighborhood in Schöneberg, which misses him dearly.
After a pioneering career on the rock 'n' roll frontier, Iggy Pop, who saw his great collaborator David Bowie pass away last year, celebrates another milestone.
The father of punk music can now be admired on the big screen. With his latest documentary, "Gimme Danger," cult filmmaker Jim Jarmusch pays homage to Iggy Pop and his legendary band The Stooges.
It's the house David Bowie shared with Iggy Pop. Bowie also wrote his Berlin trilogy of albums there. Now the address in Schöneberg is more attractive for fans and tourists: It's been decked out with a plaque.
David Bowie died a year ago, on January 10, 2016 - two days after turning 69. Here's why his influence on the history of music remains so unique.
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