One of the iconic rock stars of the World, David Bowie’s rare story has revealed by his official Instagram account today.

The story is about David Bowie’s live performance at the Kit Kat Klub and that performance held 20 years ago.

Here’s the story that the page shared:

“On 19th November 1999, David Bowie played to an invited audience of fans and contest winners for a gig promoting ‘hours…’ at the Kit Kat Klub in New York.

The show was recorded and filmed for a webcast the following month via Liveonline.net. If this wasn’t the first broadcast of a live show on the web, then it was certainly among the very first. However, it seems the web wasn’t quite ready yet as the viewing experience wasn’t particularly smooth.

A 12-track bootleg of the show was enjoyed by fans in the absence of any official release, though the source was most likely the official 12-track promotional CD pictured in our montage.

Compare that against the 17-track setlist to identify the five missing tracks.
At the time, cub reporter Andrew Barding wrote a review for Paul Kinder’s brilliant BowieWonderWorld, accompanied by pictures taken by BowieNetters and BowieWonderWorlders at the show.

Andy has revisited the evening and has sent us a new review that captures the moment beautifully. Read it here: https://smarturl.it/BowieKitKat1999DBFB (Temp link in bio)
#BowieKitKatKlub #BowieHours”

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BOWIE AT THE KIT KAT KLUB 20 YEARS AGO TONIGHT “And there's something in the air…” On 19th November 1999, David Bowie played to an invited audience of fans and contest winners for a gig promoting 'hours…' at the Kit Kat Klub in New York. The show was recorded and filmed for a webcast the following month via Liveonline.net. If this wasn't the first broadcast of a live show on the web, then it was certainly among the very first. However, it seems the web wasn't quite ready yet as the viewing experience wasn't particularly smooth. A 12-track bootleg of the show was enjoyed by fans in the absence of any official release, though the source was most likely the official 12-track promotional CD pictured in our montage. Compare that against the 17-track setlist to identify the five missing tracks. At the time, cub reporter Andrew Barding wrote a review for Paul Kinder’s brilliant BowieWonderWorld, accompanied by pictures taken by BowieNetters and BowieWonderWorlders at the show. Andy has revisited the evening and has sent us a new review that captures the moment beautifully. Read it here: https://smarturl.it/BowieKitKat1999DBFB (Temp link in bio) #BowieKitKatKlub #BowieHours

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