English singer, David Robert Jones OAL well known as David Bowie is about to get recognition with pop-up shop-cum-exhibition in New York as his upcoming 75th birth anniversary draws near.

The multimedia experience, entitled “Bowie 75,” will remain open free of charge through January, all for the music star who died in 2016.

Interestingly, the location in the Manhattan is the neighbourhood of Soho where the British singer lived.

Fans and music enthusiasts of the songwriter have anticipating the birthday date, January 8, which will definitely be marked.

In confirmation of this development, Lawrence Peryer, the producer of “Bowie 75,” while speaking during an interview made some comments.

“This is meant to be a celebration of David, for David and for his fans,” he said.

In honour of a leading figure in the music industry, who is also regarded as one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century, there will be an exhibition of all things Bowie.

Others are gift-shop displays of Bowie-emblazoned and themed T-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, posters, books and other paraphernalia.