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"Fill Your Heart" (Biff Rose and Paul Williams): Song on HUNKY DORY (1971).

Finnigan, Mary: Close journalist friend whom Bowie lived with in the late Sixties. Together they established a folk club and arts lab in Beckenham.

Fisher, Mathew: Procol Harum pianist who played keyboards for part of the 1st UK Ziggy Stardust Tour.  

"Five Years" (Bowie): Song on THE RISE AND FALL OF ZIGGY STARDUST AND THE SPIDERS FROM MARS (1972).

Flowers, Herbie: Bass player who worked with Bowie on SPACE ODDITY (1969) and played on the Lou Reed song "Walk on the Wildside."

Fordham, Ken: Saxophonist on ALADDIN SANE (1973), the Japanese Tour and the 3rd UK Tour.

Foxe, Cyrinda: Born Kathleen Hetzekian in Santa Monica, California, Cyrinda was a Marilyn Monroe look-alike who worked for the MainMan organisation and appeared as the dancer in THE JEAN GENIE promotional video in 1972. She is mentioned as "Lorraine" in "Watch That Man" on ALADDIN SANE (1973) (...No one took their eyes off Lorraine, She shimmered and she strolled like a Chicago moll, Her leathers looked better and better - it was so-so...) and was to marry David Johansen of the New York Dolls and later Steven Tyler of Aerosmith. Mick Rock states that she was a heavy influence on him during the first US Tour with Bowie wearing her clothes, imitating her makeup and incorporating some of her gestures in his stage act.  In 1999 she released a tell-all book of her life titled "Dream On" which includes a chapter on her association with David and Angie Bowie. Sadly Cyrinda Foxe-Tyler died at 51 of a cancerous brain tumor in September 2001. See more about her here.

Franklin, "Honey" Juanita: Backing singer on ALADDIN SANE (1973).

"Friday On My Mind" (Vanda/Young): Song recorded by Bowie on his PIN-UPS (1973) tribute album to British Sixties groups.

Frost, Susie: Zowie's semi-official nanny who also helped with the Ziggy Stardust stage costumes. She lived in the basement flat of Haddon Hall.

Frost, Tony: Susie Frost's husband and Bowie's bodyguard on the 1st US Ziggy Stardust Tour.

Fumble: Support band on the 2nd US Ziggy Stardust Tour.

Fussey, (Sue) Suzie: Hairdresser from the Evelyn Paget salon on Beckenham High Street who gave Bowie his trademark Ziggy haircut - the famous bright red mane. The haircut was a combination of different hair styles selected from Vogue magazines. Fussey became Bowie and the group's full-time hairdresser and wardrobe assistant on the Ziggy Stardust Tours. She became Mick Ronson's personal assistant and later married him.

 

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Ziggy Stardust Scarf (1973)