" It's like seeing David Bowie in a small, intimate club. The Wham Bam Bowie Band is fucking fantastic. A MUST see for all Bowie fans. I had goose bumps the whole time. Brilliant ! "
- Dr. Dot, Massage Therapist to the Rock World, Rock n Roll Legend
" I belt ' Where Are We Now ' with 16 strangers I'll never see again. It's one of the most ridiculously happy moments in my life as a Bowie fan. Then the band plays ' Rebel Rebel ' and that's cool too. "
- Rob Sheffield, Rolling Stone Magazine
" I greatly enjoyed watching the Wham Bam Bowie Band. It was good to hear these songs played live with fun costumes and energy that pays tribute to the classic Bowie era, something that many of us were too young to catch the first time around. "
- Alex Skolnick, Guitarist, Testament & Alex Skolnick Trio
" Bowie - licious ! "
" It's almost a disservice to call The Wham Bam Bowie Band a “tribute act.” They embody the sound and vision of Ziggy Stardust-era David Bowie, yes, but they do so in a way that both creates the ambience of the early 70s yet somehow feels fresh and new. Put another way, they get it so right that they make it look and sound effortless. If you never saw or heard prime-era Bowie – or if you did, and you miss the spectacle – then you need to make the effort to witness this band. "
The Wham Bam Bowie Band brings a spot-on recreation of the sound and vibe of Bowie's best and most classic songs from his greatest era. From Mark Casson's masterful vocal delivery to Andre Cholmondeley's superb vintage guitar tones, it's all there just the way you remember it. And maybe even a little better!
" Wham Bam Bowie Band : combining top-notch musicianship with a respect for rock n roll history. Whether you're a Bowie scholar or fan of the hits, WBBB will glam up your night. "
- Eric Danville, Author, The Official Heavy Metal Book of Lists
" David Bowie's epochal ' Ziggy Stardust ' era is long gone, but Wham Bam Bowie Band celebrates it in the best possible way : with meticulous recreations that are perfect for those who grew up with ' Ziggy ' and as an introduction for those not lucky enough to have experienced the real thing. "
- Chuck Darrow, Philadelphia Daily News