Fans 'hope for David Bowie tour'
Fans are likely to be holding out for a David Bowie tour as demand for the iconic musician remains high.
Bowie has not performed live since 2006 and his last album Reality was released in 2003, but fans all over the world would love for the self-proclaimed chameleon of pop to return to the stage for one last time.
Selling over 140 million records worldwide, he has had a phenomenal career since bursting on to the music scene on in the late 1960s, establishing himself as one of the biggest artists in the world with his 1972 album The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust.
With hits such as Space Oddity, Changes, Starman, Rebel Rebel, Time on Mars, Suffragette City, Ashes to Ashes and Let's Dance among others, a David Bowie concert would undoubtedly be one of the musical events of the year.
Celebrating his 65th birthday earlier in the year, industry celebrities such as Boy George and The Script, as well hundreds of fans took to social networks to try and coax the elusive singer out of retirement.
Posted by Daniel Owens.