The show opens with the band performing stunning renditions of the spine tingling Ziggy Stardust-era material, brilliantly re-creating Bowie's outrageous spectacle in Rock Theater. It's stalking time for the Moonboys again as Brighton and Mick Ronson impersonator, Zachary Throne, catapult the audience through one of the most exciting moments in rock history, with glam rock anthems like Rebel Rebel, Changes, Space Oddity and Jean Genie.
Ziggy steps up to the mike and asks: "Is there life on Mars?" And in the blink of an eye (or the lightning flash of a strobe light) the spiky, shock red haired
Star Man transforms himself into the futuristic elegance of the Thin White Duke.
The crowd is ready to dance the blues with him to the riveting sounds of more breakthrough Bowie hits including Fame, Young Americans, TVC15 and Golden Years.
As Brighton and band transport the Chosen from Station to Station, incarnation to incarnation, through some of the greatest the musical milestones of the '70's, '80's and '90's, one thing becomes very clear... whether they launch into their show stopping versions of electronic pop masterpieces like Ashes to Ashes, Under Pressure, Heroes, Let's Dance and China Girl, or into one of Bowie's catchy, guitar riff laden glitter rock anthems... Brighton and his band remind us how Bowie brought kick and adventure back to rock music, indisputably earning himself the title of rock's most colorful performer.