“David Bowie has worked with David Brighton… What does that tell you about the credibility of a tribute artist?” ‒ Las Vegas Review Journal
David Brighton is credited as being the world’s best David Bowie impersonator, with one of the most entertaining tribute acts ever to hit the stage.
“David Brighton has the voice, moves and look to actually step in for David Bowie if he were unavailable and few would ever know. Experiencing David Brighton’s Tribute to David Bowie made for a truly remarkable evening.” says HARRY MASLIN, the Producer of David Bowie’s Young Americans and Station To Station albums.
This full-scale stage production, from Los Angeles, is complete with flamboyant costume changes, elaborate staging, perfectly emulated vocal stylings and one of the best backing bands in the business. All of the many faces of Bowie are present… from stadium-sized pop phenomenon, to space-age rock and roll alien Ziggy Stardust… and so is the excitement and electricity.
David Brighton’s credits include performing side by side with David Bowie himself in the TV commercials for Vittel Mineral Water and for Reality – Bowie’s CD. Brighton has performed as a resident cast member of the world famous Legends In Concert – Las Vegas production show. He was also cast to portray David Bowie in the Warner Brothers feature film, The Watchmen. He also appeared as David Bowie on VH-1 television as well as in international pop star Shakira’s concert video.
Brighton has performed around the globe on bills with some of the world’s most prominent acts, including Elton John, Stevie Wonder, Kenny Loggins, Chicago, Little Richard, Three Dog Night, Devo and Barry Manilow. He has also performed at events for Dustin Hoffman, Sylvester Stallone, Jay Leno, David Foster, Catherine Zeta Jones & Michael Douglas, Barbara Streisand, Quincy Jones, Nicholas Cage, Arnold Schwarzenegger & Maria Shriver and Brooke Shields, to name a few.
Before entering the world of celebrity impersonation, David played lead guitar with a number of popular recording artists. His stint as a sideman began with a phone call from Kevin Dubrow of Quiet Riot. Dubrow tapped Brighton to replace the legendary guitarist Randy Rhoads. David also enjoyed portraying George Harrison around the world with a number of the world’s top Beatle groups, including Rain, The Stars of Beatlemania, The Fab Four, 1964, Twist And Shout, Classical Mystery Tour, and When We Were Fab.