Join Dave Grohl and Pat Smear As They Visit L.A.’s Holiest David Bowie Sites

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If you’re one of the millions of people who’ve heard Nirvana’s cover of the David Bowie classic “The Man Who Sold the World” from their Unplugged album, you already know that Dave Grohl and Pat Smear are devout Bowie fans. But did you know that Smear and his bandmates in the Germs used to stalk Bowie all over 1970s Los Angeles? Join us as Smear and Grohl drive around town (in a custom and, as Grohl says, “totally ‘90s” Ford Bronco) visiting Bowie’s L.A. homes, both personal and creative. Along the way the two bandmates reminisce, nerd out on Bowie trivia and even pick up a legendary passenger. (Also, they call Joan Jett.) We can’t imagine anyone we’d rather celebrate Bowie’s memory with than these guys. Enjoy.

Special thanks to:
Shirley Morales at ltd los angeles
English Disco art exhibit created by: Dennis Hoekstra
The Rainbow Bar and Grill
Ford Bronco art created by Venice beach graffiti artist Jules Muck
Rodney Bingenheimer