When Michael Oberman Met David Bowie
Since Bowie's passing, Oberman—who's now 68—has been reflecting on the Thin White Duke's life and art. "For me, his loss is more meaningful than a lot of rock 'n' roll artists that have died," he says. "The fact that David lived his life with cancer for 18 months—released his album and did all the things he did... he did more in the 18 months of having cancer than many people do in ten years. I feel honored, I feel lucky that someone who became a bright star spent some time with an American family... my family."
Attribution: Matt Cohen - washingtoncitypaper.com
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