Published on Jan 15, 2016


Rare Interview With David Bowie Producer!
As we all say a heartfelt goodbye to an incredible Musical Genius, join Dark Journalist for a deep interview with Grammy Nominated Ken Scott who produced David Bowie’s legendary and highly influential seventies albums, Hunky Dory, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and The Spiders From Mars, Aladdin Sane and Pinups!

DJ interviewed Scott in 2012 as part of the promotion for Scott’s revealing, no-holds-barred book on the music industry and his time with Ziggy Stardust. Through surprising anecdotes, fond remembrances and unique recording secrets, Scott weaves his musical journey and the synchronicity of how he met and became the producer for Rock Superstar David Bowie. Scott recounts working with the Starman when he was just starting out and was a complete unknown, to his climbing the dizzying heights of success by creating groundbreaking, fantastic music, making worldwide hit albums that set the tone for the entire musical world and revolutionizing the pop world with inspiring and completely new styles and genres from glam rock to new wave!

Scott’s career was highly influential on the musical landscape, from engineering the White Album for The Beatles, working closely with David Bowie and producing his most successful albums, being the producer for Lou Reed’s ‘Transformer’ and Supertramp’s commercial breakthrough ‘Crime of the Century,’ to inventing a new sound for Eighties hit-makers like Devo, Missing Persons, Duran Duran, The Tubes and more!

Fascinating, revealing, funny, poignant and inspiring, enjoy this walk on the wild side as we remember Rock Legend David Bowie back when Ziggy Played Guitar through his early producer and friend Ken Scott!


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