She's making her own tribute in the form of nostalgia.
Scottish star Lulu is set to mark her own tribute to David Bowie with a rendition of 'The Man Who Sold The World' during her UK Spring 2016 tour. The 'Shout' hitmaker became hugely popular for her cover version of the track back in 1974, so it's only appropriate that she revisit it more than 40 years later.
Lulu to pay tribute to her once-collaborator David Bowie
Bowie originally produced the cover track, which he released himself as a single in 1970, alongside his faithful production partner Mick Ronson and subsequently took Lulu back towards the top of the charts at number three for the first time since 1969's 'Boom Bang-a-Bang'.
I can't not sing 'The Man Who Sold The World'. I can't not do that song', she told the Press Association. 'That was a very big important point in my career and I had a personal relationship, albeit for a moment.'
She elaborated that she felt extremely moved by his death, especially feeling sorry for the family that he left behind after he ended his struggle with liver cancer earlier this year. 'Like everyone of his generation, I feel sad for him, but I feel really sad, because I'm a woman, for his wife and for his family', she explains. 'From what I can tell, I think they're coping with it beautifully and I think he came to terms with his death quite admirably.'
Lulu was pretty busy last year with the release of her latest album 'Making Life Rhyme', and this year she has been working alongside The Military Wives Choir on their latest charity single 'Cry'. The song is set to hit shelves on February 26th 2016 with proceeds going to the Military Wives Choir Foundation.
Between March 2nd and April 20th, Lulu will be touring across the UK reaching venues in the likes of Aberdeen, Manchester, Hampshire, Middlesbrough and Torquay.
March 2nd - Apex, Bury St Edmunds
March 3rd - Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
March 4th - G Live, Guildford
March 6th - Concorde Club, Eastleigh
March 7th - Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe
March 9th - Royal & Derngate, Northampton
March 10th - Forum Theatre, Barrow in Furness
March 12th - Meres Centre, Grantham
March 13th - St Georges Hall, Bradford
March 14th - Opera House, Buxton
March 15th - Gala Theatre, Durham
March 17th - Rothes Hall, Glenrothes
March 18th - Eden Court, Inverness
March 21st - His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen
March 24th - The Apex, Bury St Edmunds
March 25th - Colosseum, Watford
March 26th - Manchester Academy, Manchester
March 28th - Orchard Theatre, Dartford
March 29th - Theatre Severn, Shrewsbury
March 30th - Anvil, Basingstoke
March 31st - Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple
April 2nd - Carlisle Sands Centre, Carlisle
April 4th - Motherwell Concert Hall, North Lanarkshire
April 6th - Perth Concert Hall, Perth
April 7th - Middlesbrough Town Hall, Middlesbrough
April 8th - Charter Theatre, Preston
April 10th - William Aston Hall, Wrexham
April 12th - Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth
April 13th - Aberdare Coliseum, Aberdare
April 14th - The Concorde, Hampshire
April 15th - Babbacombe Theatre, Torquay
April 16th - Poole Lighthouse, Poole
April 18th - Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells
April 20th - Bath Komedia, Bath
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