My good friend Scrote brought me aboard to Celebrate the artistry of David Bowie on many shows in Los Angeles over the past few years. We rocked the Berlin years at the Blue Whale, and at Molly Malones. After David Bowie’s passing, the next Celebrating show at the Roxy in February of 2016 became epic, starring the likes of Gary Oldman, Mike Garson, Seal, Ewan McGregor, and Angelo Moore. The shows after that became history–San Francisco, London, New York City, Los Angeles (two nights at the Wiltern), Sydney (two nights at the Sydney Opera House), and Tokyo.
Celebrating David Bowie. Adrian Belew on Sound and Vision with Ron Dziubla rocking the saxophone. Holly Palmer and Gaby Moreno on BGV. NYC. Terminal 5. Jan 10, 2017.
Gary Oldman and Ron Dziubla, backstage at Brixton Academy, London. January 8, 2017
Adrian Belew and Ron Dziubla, backstage at Brixton Academy, London. January 8, 2017
Taking a walk before soundcheck, Sydney, 2017.
Sting with Ron Dziubla blowing the saxophone on Lazaruz. Wiltern Theatre, Los Angeles. January 2017.
Ron Dziubla, Chris Cheney, Bernard Fowler, Earl Slick backstage at the Sydney Opera House.
Mr. Hudson, Adrian Belew, Ron Dziubla getting ready to rock the Wiltern, Los Angeles, CA.
Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet singing Changes with Ron Dziubla on the epic tenor sax melody. January 8, 2017. Brixton Academy, London.
During the shows at the Wiltern, Paul Bushnell celebrated his birthday on the 25th. After finishing the second night, my birthday happened (the 26th of January). What a celebration! Everyone singing happy birthday to Paul and I, and sparking it up with the one and only Tony Hadley!
Ron Dziubla (the 26th) and Paul Bushnell (the 25th) celebrating their birthday at the Wiltern.
Ron Dziubla celebrating his birthday with the one and only Tony Hadley!
Birthday wishes backstage at the Wiltern.
Rock and roll celebrations!