Mick Ronson Fest To Mark 20th Anniversary of His Death

(Classic Rock) The life and work of guitar icon Mick Ronson is to be celebrated at an all-day event marking the 20th anniversary of his death.

The David Bowie and Ian Hunter collaborator passed away on April 29, 1993. On April 27 this year the Institute of Contemporary Arts in London will present MickRonsonfest.

It will include the premiere screening of his 1994 memorial concert, featuring Spiders From Mars bandmates Trevor Bolder and Woody Woodmansey with ex-Nazareth guitarist Billy Rankin alongside guests Glen Matlock, Steve Harley, Joe Elliott, Roger Taylor, Roger Daltrey and many others.

The programme also includes the premiere screening of Ronson At The Rainbow from 1974, talks by some of those who worked with him, an exhibition of rare personal memorabilia and live sets from John Hutchinson and Ronson's sister Maggi. more on this story

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