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Hi Angie! I just want to say that I love you! I received "Backstage Passes" for Christmas from my mother, and it was the best book I've read to date. I love your work, especially your lecture on bisexuality which helped my come to terms with my own sexuality. I think you are a wonderfully strong, intelligent, beautiful woman, and I wish you only the BEST in life for you and your family. Love ALWAYS! James
Angie. I am so glad I found your site. I’ve been a fan of yours for like over
ten years now. I bought BACKSTAGE PASSES when it came out and your poetry book
in London in the early 90s. I am looking forward to checking your site and
seeing what you have been up to. i consider you, Marianne Faithfull and Anita
Pallenberg as the holy trinity of powerful
influential, and important rock ladies. love and peace.......Karen
comments: hi Angie. Have been a fan for about 12 years. Yes. I’m also a Bowie fan. I’m a 33 year old ex flight attendant, since Sept 11 crap, ex 80s groupie , animal lover and married to a non musician "normal guy" for 7 years. I bought FREE SPIRIT in London and Backstage Passes right when it came out. I’ve always admired your outspoken attitude and intelligence. Might I add that you are looking wonderful. I love your hair slightly longer like in this picture. I am looking forward to checking out your site in detail but so far I am really enjoying it. love and peace to you and family.... Cary North Carolina USA
Right on ~ keep it up ~~~ loved everything I’ve read etc ~ & damn ~ those r
the greatest legs!!!!!
I just finished reading your delightful book, its not often I see candid reflection upon such unusual circumstances. I've also recently read (I believe to be) the only "official" bio on David, and it has been especially fun to put these two together. What an interesting time, I'm not sure I would have lasted for very long.... By the way, maybe you could help me sort out this question- (because I hear it now and again), it would be nice to have an authority on this- do I possibly look anything at all like the young dearest Dave? Well, there you go. Of course, respond only if you have the inclination! Hugs and kisses!!
I am so sorry! Ever since my computer crashed I have not been able to find your photo! Oh Well!
comments: Hi Angie...Just finished reading Backstage Passes. I loved it. I just wanted to say thanks for the entertainment and keep on rockin'!
name is Elizabeth. I am 15 and come from England. I've got three reasons for
mailing you really. The first is just to say that your lecture is really good.
There's no one I could talk to where I live about stuff like that so the
internet is a bit of a godsend really! I also wanted to tell you that I am a big
admirer of yours and that what it says on your site - be yourself always -
should be everybody's life motto. A lot of people at my school think I'm a real
loser but reading your site made me think “Oh who cares what anyone else thinks
about me as long as I'm happy!" I've just read your interview on 5 years.com. It
must be a real drag to have to answer questions about David all the time, if I
was in your place I'd find it hard. One last thing (long email huh?) I was just
wondering if Backstage Passes is out again in the UK and when it's coming out.
(I think the new cover is an improvement BTW!) Oh well that's it. Thank you for
inspiring me! Love your biggest fan, Elizabeth
Elizabeth: Backstage Passes is available thru the Amazon.com link placed conveniently HERE!
is Andrea. I found your website through Teenage Wildlife. I am a fan
of David Bowie and have been for about a year now. I also read your book
over the summer. It was very candid, I enjoyed it thoroughly. You
sound like a very interesting person--a lot like me in fact. To tell you
the truth the ending scared me--you know the part about the pool? I lay
awake for about a half an hour that night because I couldn't sleep. Silly, isn't
it? Hmmm, I have a lot of questions. Are you a very busy person? I
mean, are your days packed to the hilt. I have always wondered what
celebrities do from day to day. Are you flooded with emails from people
who visit your site? I just love getting emails from people I don't
know. It just tickles me pink. Do you drink coffee or tea? (Just
curious, I drink both.) Do you respond to your emails personally or do you
have a secretary (I like to call them office bitches--because I am one) that
responds for you? Do you like to cook? I listened to some MP3s of
your songs--I liked them. Your voice sounds like mine--low and
throaty. Do you have any plans for a movie or another album? Is it
lots of fun to record an album? A little about myself...I am a student at
Florida State University. You might have heard of it--our football team
won the National Championship (if you keep up with that rubbish) and a professor
here discovered a drug to help breast cancer. I am a biology major
aspiring to be a psychiatrist—but I really want to be a glam rocker.
Doesn't everybody? I am also a big fan of your ex-husband's. I think
you hit right on the nose with the Light People thing. What else, what
else? I talk in a fake English accent about half of the time to my really
good friends (they don't think I'm weird—they KNOW it.) My favorite name
is Angie--if I ever have a daughter I am going to name her Angele and call her
Angie. Well, that's it for now. I have been putting off some chemistry
homework and it is screaming my name. If you have time, write me
back. I would love to hear from you. Ciao, Andrea
Andrea: yeah, you do have a lot of questions, but that’s OK.
To tell you the truth the ending scared me--you know, the part about the pool? I lay awake for about a half an hour that night because I couldn't sleep. Silly, isn't it?
Not really, it scared the b’Jesus out of me!
Are you a very busy person?
Yes & no. I have bouts of being busy, almost manic when I am not depressed. When I am depressed I swan around and think depressing thoughts until you jig-jolt busy mode again.
Are you flooded with emails from people who visit your site?
Flooded! Flooded? I have been flooded and the sensation is not as pleasurable as receiving e mails. So no, I have never been flooded by e mails. They arrive at the perfect time and they are as many as they need to be. They sustain me when I am feeling blue, they make me laugh, make me feel better and make me marvel at the communicative skills of the human race.
Do you drink coffee or tea? (Just curious, I drink both.) Both.
Do you respond to your emails personally or do you have a secretary (I like to call them office bitches--because I am one) that responds for you?
I respond to my e mails personally.
Do you like to cook?
Yes I cook a lot! Please see recipes section! MICHAEL/DICK please insert link to recipes section
Do you have any plans for a movie or another album? Is it lots of fun to record an album?
Yes, I do have plans for another album, but that’s like asking me if I breathe when I sleep. There’s always another book and another album, another show, another gig, another tour. I am an entertainer, entertainers have to communicate. Lots of fun to record an album? Yes, but no fun and very expensive if you don’t know what you’re doing and the results are less than spectacular. You have to know, have a vision, implement the vision with good players and producers, others or yourself, strive to create the most amazing and fabulous piece of work, then it’s fun.
I really want to be a glam rocker. Doesn't everybody?
Everyone deserves to be a glam rocker for at least 15 minutes-didn’t Andy say that?
Hi Angela, I just finished reading your Backstage Passes book. I enjoyed it very
much. You really seem like the brains behind the "great Bowie period", and will
probably not get the credit you deserve. Anyway I thought I'd drop a line and
say thanks for the wonderful read....and great website!
All the Best, Steve
Just got around to reading Backstage Passes, and I just wanted to tell you it was brilliant, I enjoyed it immensely, and devoured it in one weekend. Your style of writing was so straight forward and honest, that the stories just had to be true.
Also just listened to Fires Are Burning, pretty hot! Jeanne
CAN WE PUT A LINK to AMAZON.COM RIGHT HERE!?
Hi Angie, I’m Nadia and I would like to know where I can get a German copy (Mein Leben mit David Bowie) of your book about David Bowie. I had a book but a friend lost it! It would be great to hear from you. Sincerely Nadia
Ask Amazon. Maybe they can find a copy!
comments: Hi Angie...Just finished reading Backstage Passes. I loved it. I just wanted to say thanks for the entertainment and keep on rockin'!
'Backstage Passes'. Your book kept my brow furrowed with intrigue and my mouth
hooting with laughter all at once. You've got a natural celebrity kitsch that
transcends any associations with your famous 'bum chums'. You've also re-kindled
my fascination for half Polish, short haired, androgynous women with sharp
tongues. Wondering if you've been down to Australia recently and if you're due
here anytime soon. Last I heard of you was whilst promoting 'Passes' on Sydney
radio. I was getting ready for school at the time and I remember being
fascinated by your vulgar sincerity. Something which I'm always getting in
trouble for. Can't wait to read some more of your stuff online. Keep being funny
and adorable. (sigh) why did I have to be born in the late 70's when it's plain
to all and sundry that you're my perfect woman. Mat. PS. Yes, I'm very cute.
(and a cheeky bastard too) Mat, CHEEKY BASTARD!
Hi Mat, you CHEEKY BASTARD! Thank you for writing I enjoy hearing from you. What's all this “vulgar” crap? Get a grip!
"You've also re-kindled my fascination for half Polish, short haired, androgynous women with sharp tongues."
That's more like it! No, I haven't been down to Australia lately and I am looking forward to an Aussie"FIX".
VULGAR SINCERITY? Did you just finish a creative writing course? If you did, I am not impressed; your use of such a term is rude. I am sure that’s what you intended: go be rude on your own time to someone who can physically slap your face. Consider yourself slapped! “Have you got some kind of fixation about couth and vulgarity? You worry me Boy! "When it's plain to all and sundry that you're my perfect woman." I am so glad. What do you do? Where do you live? What's happening in your neck of the woods?
I grew up listening to the music of David Bowie and now have a greater respect for the music knowing there was a strong woman behind it all.
Ahhh, a quick line to one of the most interesting people in the entire
world....love this site more than I love mine own home, but (query the first)
why aren't there more fabulous pictures of you? And (query the second) it said
in the back of <<Backstage Passes>> you lived in Atlanta...?? Are
you still there?? Thanks for being a brief audience-
I no longer live in Atlanta. Michael, Stacia & I relocated to Los Angeles and the Tucson. That was 6 years ago. You and everyone with these pictures! You are very kind! MR. FUNTONE has been agitating for new photos and so we have dug deep and sent him a slew of photos for your pleasure. DICK PLEASE INSERT LINK!
- Just finished reading your book "Backstage Passes" Thank you so much for
shattering the image of DB that I had always had of him being so saintly &
near-perfect!!! Thank You Thank You Thank You!!!!!! You see, I think it is
amazing that people can hide so much from the public of who they really
are. It is pretty sinister really, there is a woman who thinks of herself
as the most famous woman in the world (you know who she is) and it is really a
shame that people do not know what she is really like, the inhuman way that she
steps on and hurts people, etc.....I guess those of us who had dreams of stardom
well it makes us feel better, you know? Like 'maybe I am just not hard-core
(ruthless) enough for that life'. Books like yours do wonders for the average
(non-famous) person’s self-esteem!! - Thank You so much. On a personal note you
are gorgeous and though I am straight (at least so far) if we would have crossed
paths I think I would have just swooned, ah, oh well. Thanks again Beauty. You
endured a lot of crap it seems and maintained your grace and dignity. Wow. A New
I am delighted that you enjoyed Backstage Passes!
first off, just wanted to say that I am re-reading your book again. "BACKSTAGE
PASSES" and really enjoyed it. My heart really went out to you when I saw
how protective you were of David, and how much pain you have had in your
life. I hope these days are good ones for you. What astrological
sign are you? Any Capricorn planets? Any pets? Cat or Dog? You
seem like a really good woman. All the best! Jean in New
I almost copied this one to the cross hanging department! Thank you for taking the time to write. I appreciate it. I am an ‘appreciative’ LIBRA. No I don’t have any pets at the moment.
Gorgeous! Read your 'Backstage Passes' a few years ago when I was fifteen
and stranded in the countryside and nothing ever happened. I used to enjoy
pasting up pictures of Bowie and regaling horrified listeners with tales of our
open marriage. Conservative is not even the word for these people! Your way of
thinking was a complete shock to me. It was a shock because it was total
commonsense. But you must realize that freedom, self-expression and guiltless
sex are certainly not a part of my generation's psyche. I can't understand how,
after the sixties, things could have regressed so much. Everyone seems so
profoundly opposed to experimentation in any arena. Angie, what I want to know
is this: If you could do it all again, would you have put all your energies into
helping David or would you have pursued your acting career, and shrugged away
his demands on your time? Bearing in mind that you might not have found someone
you felt so creative and inspired with as him. Was it worth it? When I read your
book I thought of Marianne Faithful and Anita Pallenberg (by the by you three
are on a T-shirt sold in Oxford Street shop 'Mash,’ it’s called 'Some Girls')
and it made me furious to think that all that obvious creativity, intelligence
and vitality had, to a certain extent(and certainly the past), been
marginalized. Why do women let that happen? But it's also a modern thing, too
Angie. All my male friends are busily getting on with being creative. All my
female friends whine about their men or diets!!! I am incredibly ambitious and
am so wary of getting bogged down in relationships, getting distracted and
repeating that pattern. What do you think? Have you any advice? Is there
anything you regret (please do not be gung-ho about this and say as everybody
does that your experiences made you who you are-I KNOW that), would you have
been more bold, more demanding, more focused? And since I am a
singer/songwriter, do you have any advice about the music industry? Good luck
and thanks for writing the most rockn'roll book I've ever
You guys are so cool and so much fun! Let me just say that there are a slew of great Rock n Roll books out there that you might enjoy.....for instance there is a terrific book by Ian Hunter of Mott the Hoople. I don’t remember the name but it was a cool Rock n’ Roll road diary, Then there is-Richard Coles’ book about his time as Led Zeppelin’s tour manager. Then there is Jayne County’s book Man Enough to be a Woman!
Back to your other questions: If you could do it all again, would you have put all your energies into helping David or would you have pursued your acting career, and shrugged away his demands on your time? Bearing in mind that you might not have found someone you felt so creative and inspired with as him. You sound like a mischief maker and an Entertainer! Hi! Nice to meet you!
If you could do it all again, would you have put all your energies into helping David or would you have pursued your acting career, and shrugged away his demands on your time? "
I think it was location that dictated the course of events. Because I had a strange experience (being expelled from College-School had always been a place where I did well!) in the States; my allegiance was to England and everything that was happening there. As far as acting was concerned: I couldn't act in Repertory or anything to get my Equity card because I was American. So to have pursued my acting career I would have had to stay in the US. If I had been alone in the U.S. in 1967-1971, I would have shot off my mouth about the war or something and gotten into trouble. But then if it had been Paris; I might have continued to write in French and English, maybe I would have become a professional writer faster; who knows? & Yes, I would have helped him.
I had the tools (promotion and marketing training, charm and an attitude that wouldn’t take no for an answer) to help him achieve what he was seeking. When I left Kingston Polytechnic it was 1969 (I was 20) and I didn’t know about liberation or feminism, I was just figuring all that stuff out. David gave me an opportunity to test what I had learned during my time at Kingston Polytechnic. We always expect results from our actions right away.
Being focused? Yes I wish I had been much more focused on my own life. Absolutely. But I didn’t know how. People tried to educate me but when they suggested I do something that was difficult for me I stopped listening. When I was so depressed I wanted to die, I would leave and go to a different city with a different set of problems to occupy my mind so I didn’t have to dwell in the ones that I didn’t like.
"Why do women let that happen?"
Not just women. Men too! They can get caught up in someone else's life. Fortunately as the length of people's lives has increased significantly; a person is working with a hundred years in which to realize their dreams. I have had a great time for the first 50. I hope the next 50 are even more significant.
It is a hard thing to mould your dreams and then keep the vision so close to you that it manifests! Focus is what allows us to fulfill ourselves and those of us that are driven, are capable of concentrating until the vision 'physicalizes'.
"But it's also a modern thing, too Angie. All my male friends are busily getting on with being creative. All my female friends whine about their men or diets!!!"
"Being creative" or working at jobs that make money so "they can be free"????
Whining about men or diets means you are hanging out with women who have leased their minds to corporate serfdom. They are strip-mining their creativity for "The Man". They feel so bad there's nothing left to talk about. Be supportive and remind them of their joy in the arts so they can reconnect!
"I am incredibly ambitious and am so wary of getting bogged down in relationships, getting distracted and repeating that pattern."
Good for you! Many relationships take too much time out of your productive schedule and it's fun to do it, isn't it? But I am a very sociable person and so I get lonely. Fortunately between relationships I had my daughter Stacia. She kept me company and I had someone to look after.
What do you think? Have you any advice? Is there anything you regret (please do not be gung-ho about this and say as everybody does that your experiences made you who you are-I KNOW that), would you have been more bold, more demanding, more focused? And since I am a singer/songwriter, do you have any advice about the music industry? .That’s life- more bold? No I am quite bold enough. Advice on the music industry? None. You’ll figure it out.
MICHAEL CAN WE PUT A LINK to AMAZON.COM RIGHT HERE!?
Just a short note to thank you so much for your reply to my e-mail. It’s not everyday I get an e-mail from an icon like yourself. (I'm keeping this one)...I read backstage passes when it came out a few years age & devoured it over a couple of days, I found it to be well written, entertaining & very informative about David & the times you shared with him. I also recall seeing you on Australian television, 'doing the rounds on various news & chat shows" from your state room on the QE2. I had a million questions to ask you @ the time after reading your book *Backstage Passes* hmmmm pity the internet wasn't as prevalent as it is now!!!! So to finish off um, er, how about another book? (I/we have a couple of idea's) regards John & Wanda Melbourne, Australia.
And what are your ideas, Wanda & John? I am working away on POP.SEX & tinkering with the notion of doing some touring to promote MOON GODDESS. Wanda and John have a cool web site. Check it out!
Thank you for the kind remarks about the Bisexuality essay. Glad you enjoyed the 5years.com interviews, I did too. I could finally think about it without getting paralyzed. Know what I mean? Seeing all the photos and talking about it was good. Yeah, I do get a bit fed up, but you know what? If I want you guys to be interested in what I am doing; the least I can do is answer your questions. Why would I deprive myself of the opportunity to meet new friends?
You may order Backstage Passes from Amazon.com.
Hello Angie, just finished reading Back Stage Passes and had to tell you how much I enjoyed it. I grew up listening to the music of David Bowie and now have a greater respect for the music knowing there was a strong woman behind it all. You kick ass girl! Laura
That remark is very kind and very flattering. Thank you
What are we going to do about this photo situation? I spoke to Mastrianni about it and he was his usual fabulous self in other words I got nowhere. I’m not quite sure what I expected him to do! I think I wanted him to choose the photo and take the onus off of me!
possible to purchase a signed photo of Angie?
I live in Australia, regards, Daniel.
Bowie, I love your web site, it is wonderful. You have such style and grace and
are truly a classic beauty. I look forward to continuing to follow your career.
I would like to ask you for an autographed 8 X 10 photo. Would that be
It would be cherished. Just let me know what I need to do. If there is a cost please let me know. Thanking you in advance for taking time to respond to a fan, and wishing you much continued success. Sincerely yours, Bill Edison
could you send me some more pictures of yourself? You are so very beautiful. I'd
love to get in touch with you sometime. Love, Chas
Some more? You haven’t got any! What do you mean? She said grinning like a banshee and tilting her head from side to side!
Angie, could you send me some nude pics of yourself with another female? And if you do, send them to ---
Hi Angela, I got your e-mail, thanks for responding to my e-mail about David & Mick. I think you are one classy and beautiful woman. Do you have any nude photos I could purchase? I like your music too. Thanks, Mike.
No, not that I can think of. Glad you like MOON GODDESS.
Angie, I have written you so many times. Small ones and I never thought
you would respond. You did, I was sooo excited! You are my mentor and my celeb
crush. When I was 15, backstage passes came out, being under your ex-husband’s
spell, I bought it and thoroughly enjoyed it. It was very interesting! After
your descriptions and feelings I realized I was bisexual also! I felt like I
knew you too. All I could think of to do was look up some sights on the
Internet, which did not happen until bout 5 years latter. I finally acted on my
feelings and felt an empty hole in me fill. It was just one more piece of the
puzzle, but I felt so good, I am now openly bi and
That is not all you did though! Your strength taught me to be strong. You took David who had so much potential and are the main reason he is where he is. As a young actress/singer/songwriter/and writer I have learned so much from you. As you traveled, and lived with him, you gave him everything he needed that made him great!! His voice was great and his appeal could have seduced anyone but you are the one who had all that plus the strength and pull to get him to the top. As much as I hate to say this, he would have died of starvation without you he just wasn't able to live on his own. You’ve got it all, looks, talents, and brains! Anyway I just wanted to share that with you. I hope you don’t think lowly of me now that I have shared these thoughts with you. You are a gorgeous woman who never needed a man to help her with any task. I do have one favor to ask of you. If it is not too much trouble of course, could you send me a picture of yourself, signed by you, if of course it does not put you out! I would be sooo happy! Crystal Rerko
comments: Dear Angie, Not much to say except -great site, you are also still looking fabulous. Still think of you when I think of David. Stay young......Moonage xxxx
Hi Angie. Just halfway through "Strange Fascinations", it makes very interesting
reading, I didn’t realize you where such an influential figure in David’s early
years. Well off to buy your new album now see what you sound like........is it
very Bowieish?.....ill soon find out. Anyway all the best and please reply even
if it’s to say hi. Mick.
What is Strange Fascinations? You’ve got me intrigued!
Dear Angie, Hello, doll! As a huge fan of yours for many years I was so thrilled and heartened to hear about your web site, which is absolutely brilliant by the way. I just had to take this opportunity to write and tell you how much I have always admired you, your honesty, your intelligence, your talent, and to say that I have long thought you were greatly under rated in all areas. Rest assured that your web site will be one I will happily visit frequently. Best of luck, and please keep up the great work...Love On Ya, B
comments: i have just been dazzled by yur lovely site, much appreciated! p.s. ur pretty sweet on the eyes as well as ur thought pervok'in and intellectual conversation. yours truly, chicago lovrz
of the Leopard Print Earrings!
Hi there Angie! Please, help me! I'm going crazy! Did those leopard-skin-print earrings belong to you? (see pic!) :-)
Cheers Zig DustĘ
Hello Angie! I'm a great fan of yourself, as well as David Bowie. I must take this opportunity to tell you that I found Backstage Passes to be absolutely gripping, and your remarks clever and insightful. I've read it 3 times. ;) I also frequent your website, as it is always interesting to see what the dynamic Angie Bowie is up to! You lead such an exciting life! I was looking at a photograph of David during the Ziggy days on a message board recently, and I tried to take him apart from head to toe. I looked at the hair... by Suzi Fussey. I looked at the makeup... by Pierre Laroche... I looked at the clothes... by Freddi Buretti.... I looked at the photograph itself... by Mick rock. It is quite clear to me that he was entirely the product of the genius people surrounding him. I'm sure he also borrowed things and asked for your help a lot in terms of his outward appearance. I think it must have been an incredible woman that he would ask an opinion of, since he is not the most pro-estrogen specimen alive. On that message board, however, there was an absolutely stumping question referring to the leopard-print circular post earrings David's wearing in the picture. The question was "who did they belong to?" I nearly died! I thought everything was tailor made for The Man..... In all my Bowie reading, I got the impression that David never borrowed anything; he either stole or topped everything. But then it occurred to me that only Angie would have the taste to not only own those earrings, but to let him borrow them without making a big deal out of it... anyway, just do be sure.... were they yours?
know if you will actually get this email, but I am the hugest David Bowie fan
and have been fascinated with you and him for years. You both amaze me; I wish I
could have lived back in the 70s, when the music scenes was good. Now I'm sad,
but that's ok. I would love to hear from you, but I doubt I will. That’s ok, I
just wanted to tell you thank you.
name's Alyssa and I am a David Bowie fan. I stumbled across your site and wanted
to know something... Is this really David Bowie first wife? If so then, well,
Hi! lol Why did you and David divorce? And are you still friends, etc... Well...
I'm doing a lot of stuff on the net, home work and what not. I will look at your
whole page later. Please write back!
Much love, Alyssa
Hi Angie, Loved the site and I'm looking forward to getting my copy of the reissued Backstage Passes. Just one thing - I live in Gunter Grove and was fascinated to read that Mainman's offices were once located in my street! I am so curious to know which number they were at - do you remember by any chance?!
Thanks and best wishes, Michael Wheatley
Angela, I am AndrČ, just a Brazilian fan of The Rolling Stones (and I like
something on David Bowie's music).
I would like to ask you about the song that I love, "Angie". Is it true that it was written for you? If possible tell me all about this history, because I am very fan of early 70's era. (I don„t find your book "Backstage Passes" to get answer for my questions).
Thanks (sorry for my English).
According to the bitch talk in Bebe Buell’s biography; Mick Jagger told Bebe specifically that “ANGIE” was NOT written for me but for my husband! As Stacia said on the ‘phone yesterday, “doesn’t make much odds, Mum as they have played that song for you for ever and used your name”
that you must have been asked this a billion times.
What was David like? I have been a fan for almost 30 years. I had a back stage pass once, but blew it. Watched too much of the show. Honestly, M :
Dear M, Please see the interviews at "http://www.5years.com" and books Backstage Passes and Free Spirit or listen to the album http://www.mp3.com/angiebowie Those are the best descriptions of David I think. Anyway what about you? What do you do? A fan for 30 years that's quite a while; as long as I have been a fan! The Show was worth watching! Love Angie
Thank you Angie. I will check those places.
tried to write David a few times, and (or) get some thoughts to him at some
shows, but I do not think, except for maybe once that my letter reached him. He
is an especially great talent and I would hope to think, person too. I know a
Musician who has recently done some work for him on some new stuff (guitar), but
it's hard even to get back an e-mail from him. You know how these musicians can
be. I am a Mother, with 2 children now... pursuing Psychology and hopefully
teaching. (Young Children), but my first and biggest love is Music and has been
my whole life. I sing, but have never done so professionally. I can sing
anything. I also have been writing allot of Lyrics these past months as of late.
Maybe my life will someday soon take me in that direction. I am very free
spirited and have always been. These are difficult times we are living in and I
believe that all the goodness and love we can share will certainly make our
world a better place. Thank you so very much for getting back to me. How is life
Darling! You don't know me, as well as I know just a little about you. But I was
wondering if I could get some information off you about England in the 70's? I
know you were around there back then, and I'd be ever so grateful! I'm in the
process of writing a book and info about Soho and around that area is quite hard
to find! Congrads on the wonderful record!
Anyway, thanks luv! Cheers, Sylvie
are 2 fans to David Bowie.
We'd like ask you a question:
Why David Bowie and you are divorced?
We are French and we are 13 years old.
You are very beautiful, we like you very much.
Your reply will be a very good present!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thank you Angie. Gladys and Marie.
GOOD LOVER? MICK?
DAVID & MICK? ENOUGH ALREADY!
comments: Hello Angie I saw an interview by you about David Bowie on rock wives. I think it was on the BBC. I have been a David Bowie fan I think since I was about 11 when I saw Labyrinth. But what I wanted to know was in your book backstage passes you talk about the Bowie and Jagger incident according to the radio interview clip on "rock wives". I have never understood or heard the full story? Could you explain? Thank you
comments: I would just love to say that you are one of my biggest inspirations! You helped me realize who I was, that I was Bi. I am also very attracted to you! You are beautiful, so talented. I read you book backstage passes and I absolutely loved it. You did not need David to get to the top. You are so very talented and beautiful. I just have a small but personal question, was David a good lover or were there better, like Mick (if you would know)from your book it seemed like you didn't, and are women better than men really? Sorry to ask things like this I am just so curious!
of Who is in Drag
on TRANSFORMER LP COVER
comments: Hi Angie. Can you please tell me; is that David in drag on the back of Lou Reed's Transformer LP? I reckon it is. Thanks, Stevee
Hey Steve! Uh Huh. No, absolutely not! It's whatchamacallher! The drag queen that he lived with. What was her name? Brandy? No, Charlize? Raquel, that was her name! You are welcome! I thought your website was cool! Is that a special type of q/a type dialogue program? I understand Perth is paradise! Lucky you to live in such a beautiful place! Send photos of you and Perth, I'll include them when I do Tucson
Journal 3 next feature for the website! Love Angie
you're not really THE Angela Bowie's ex wife, are you? ...Love
Yeuzzzzz. I am that one!