When The Beatles rejected David Bowie

It’s hard to imagine David Bowie ever getting told he wasn’t good enough, but before he became The Starman, he had to overcome more than his fair share of adversity, including a knockback by The Beatles.

In 1968, Bowie’s career was still firmly in its infancy. He was only 21-years-old, but after releasing his debut single as a teenage starlet four years prior, his career never accelerated in the way he envisaged. His self-titled album arrived on Decca in 1967, but Bowie sounded like an artist who was unsure of his creative identity and sounded lost… More about this article in link below…


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