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Chris Hadfield & Rick Wakeman Space Oddity

Astronaut Chris Hadfield became an online sensation when he performed David Bowie's "Space Oddity" while on the International Space Station. Rick Wakeman happened to have played keyboards on the original recording of the song. So bringing the two of them together just makes sense.

by Jon Davis, Published 2016-09-09


Filed under: Video

Related artist(s): Rick Wakeman, David Bowie

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