|David Brighton, dressed as the late David Bowie from 1983, points to fans|
late in the third set of the Space Oddity tribute band concert
Saturday at the Lorain Palace Theater in Lorian, Ohio.
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On Saturday, David Brighton’s Space Oddity entertained the crowd at the Lorain Palace Theater. Virtuoso guitarist Michael Weber and his band, The Michael Weber Show, opened the concert with a high-energy performance that thrilled fans.
Brian Paul Sr. and his wife, Shannon Martin-Paul, and Norwalk residents Jeff Bertram and his girlfriend Dana Neel attended the Diamond Dogs show with me. The Martins play in a couple bands with drummer Dave Clark and Martin-Paul recruited the lead guitarist, Dave Maxson, as a last-minute fill-in for a Nomad Soul gig in Brook Park.
Bertram said he “thoroughly enjoyed the show,” which featured such Bowie hits as “Space Oddity,” “Ziggy Stardust,” “Young Americans,” “Ashes to Ashes,” “Let’s Dance,” China Girl” and “I’m Afraid of Americans.”
|Richard Kline and his Diamond Dogs tribute band entertain the House of Blues crowd Sept. 6, 2019.|
Kline dressed as Ziggy Stardust during the first half of the show.
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|David Brighton sings with his Space Oddity tribute band Saturday|
at the Lorain Palace Theater in Lorain, Ohio. Brighton was dressed
as the Thin White Duke for the first set.
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