Holy Holy, an all-star line-up featuring Tony Visconti and Woody Woodmansey, will tour North America performing David Bowie’s album The Man Who Sold the World in an exclusive 11-date tour coming to Phoenixville’s Colonial Theatre on Friday Jan. 15th. These are rare performances that Bowie fans must see. The show happens just one week after the release of Bowie’s new album, Blackstar, which Visconti also produced. Woody had played drums on five of nascent Bowie’s albums, including Ziggy Stardust, Hunky Dory and Aladdin Sane. Fresh from producing Bowie new effort Blackstar, Visconti had played bass on Bowie’s early work, too, and produced 12 of his albums. Both Woody and Visconti wanted to play the songs from The Man Who Sold The World again live, so they rounded up some notable musicians to help out. Phawker’s resident Bowie expert Steve Volk got Mr. Woodmansey on the phone to discuss all the above as well as all things Ziggy. Look for it later today on a Phawker near you!