Hours Tour

The Hours Tour was a small-scale promotional concert tour by David Bowie comprising eight live performances and numerous television appearances in support of the album Hours. Guitarist Page Hamilton, founding member of Helmet, was drafted to replace Reeves Gabrels whose final performance and association with Bowie ended at the VH1 Storytellers performance on 23 August 1999. Rumours of a split were denied by both parties, until a few months later the story changed as the guitarist admitted that he and Bowie had drifted apart.




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Tour by David Bowie
Start date 9 October 1999
End date 7 december 1999
Shows 8

Tour band

David Bowie – vocals, acoustic guitar
Page Hamilton – guitar
Mark Plati – rhythm guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar
Gail Ann Dorsey – bass guitar, rhythm guitar
Sterling Campbell – drums, percussion
Mike Garson – keyboards, piano
Holly Palmer – backing vocals
Emm Gryner – backing vocals

Tour dates

Date – City – Country – Venue

North America
23 august 1999 New York City, NY,United States,Manhattan Center

9 October 1999 London,England,NetAid – Wembley Stadium
10 October 1999 Dublin,Ireland,Dublin HQ
14 October 1999 Paris,France,Elysée Montmartre
17 October 1999 Vienna,Austria,Libro Music Hall

North America
19 november 1999 New York City, New York,US,Kit Kat Klub

2 december 1999 London,England,The Astoria
4 december 1999 Milan,Italy,Alcatraz
7 december 1999 Copenhagen,Denmark,Vega


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