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‘Bowie’ brows the Brunswick


Brighton local Tarquin Boyesen widely considered the world’s best David Bowie tribute act enthralled fans on Friday night at the Brunswick Live Music Venue in Holland Road, Hove.



The sell out audience danced to the star’s tunes both rare and popular.
The 90 minute gig got people excited to the extent of lobbing knickers on to the stage which luckily Tarquin took in his stride.
Tarquin started singing David Bowie songs at the age of 14 borrowing his brother’s guitar.
It wasn’t until he was in his thirties however when people kept commenting on how much he sounded like his favourite artist that he decided to start performing, and formed a four piece band The Diamond Dogz in London as a tribute to rock star David Bowie.
Tarquin met his hero  back stage at an Isle of Wight festival.


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