They say you should never meet your heroes. But when your hero is David Bowie and he’s asking to hitch a ride in your Range Rover, normal convention goes out of the window.
The setting was Glastonbury 2000 and the driver was EnTEEtainment MD Dick Tee, the gargantuan event’s head of production for almost 20 years prior to stepping down in 2014.
Bowie went on to close that year’s festival in what would prove to be one of his most ...
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