David Bowie Tribute
“Let’s Dance” To Celebrate His Life
Today’s inspirational post pays tribute to one of my favorite artists.
Rock music superstar David Bowie died yesterday at the age of 69 – way too young – after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer. The sad news was confirmed early this morning on his official Twitter and Facebook accounts. The legendary artist who defined a generation of rock and roll music and style was apparently surrounded by family.
David Robert Jones (8 January 1947 – 10 January 2016), known as David Bowie, was an English singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, arranger, painter and actor. He was fearless, creative, innovative and talented – a very important inspiration to so many.
Rather than dwell on the fact that he is gone, we’d rather celebrate the amazing legacy and music he left behind. I loved his songs over 4 decades from Space Oddity where I was really young to Heroes, Let’s Dance and Under Pressure. Here’s to an incredible artist who will be missed but never be forgotten.
So “Let’s Dance” and Embrace Life’s “Changes”!
I love dancing. It’s a great way to relieve stress, let loose and express yourself. It can be great mental and physical exercise. My first TV series were both about Dance. I still occasionally try the moves from Pop It! Such talented kids and so much fun.httpss://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0gsKlJeUTs
Kilo seems to really enjoy dancing too, as long as there are rewards of course.
Freestyle dance is a popular activity in the dog training community. Canine freestyle dancing can be a great mental and physical exercise for you and your dogs, plus a great bonding experience. It’s so entertaining to see dogs dancing and most seem like they actually feel the rhythm of the music. David Bowie may have sung about “Diamond Dogs” but you will love these dancing dogs!
Read: Kevin Newman (That Dancing Dog Guy)’s Five Top Tricks to Teach your dog for Canine Freestyle