Brian Eno Shared A Picture Of "David Bowie. In His Underpants. Playing Sax."

22 February 2016, 12:37 | Updated: 22 February 2016, 12:38

David Bowie

His friend and collaborator has rightly dubbed it the "greatest ever Bowie pic".

Brian Eno has shared a throwback picture of David Bowie - and it's a goodun'. 

Since his sad passing on 10 January 2016, iconic images of the rock star have been shared all over the internet, but Brian Eno thinks he has the "greatest ever".

The longtime friend and collaborator of the late rockstar took to Twitter to share the intimate image with the simple caption: "David Bowie. In his underpants. Playing sax. #GreatestEverDavidBowiePic "

Pretty much does what it says on the tin, doesn't it?

For years fans have had images of Bowie appearance as Jareth in Labyrinth to mull over, and now we have this.

Meanwhile, Eno and stars will pay tribute to the Starman with a huge gig on 31 March and 1 April at Carnegie Hall, with the likes of Cyndie Lauper, Cat Power, Jane's Addiction's Perry Farrell set to perform.

Lady Gaga and Nile Rodgers performed their tribute to the Let's Dance star with a musical, with mixed reviews. 

Watch it below:

Bowie's son previously caused a stir when he seemed to tweet the dictionary definition of 'gaga' on his Twitter account.

While some thought it was an innocent nod to the singer's tribute, others saw it as a direct attack on the "overexcited" nature of her performance. 

However, Nile Rodgers defended their tribute in a long Twitter session. 

See all his tweets here.


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