British singer David Bowie died on Jan. 10 at the age of 69. The news was posted on the artist’s official social media accounts; Bowie’s rep also confirmed the news to The Hollywood Reporter.
In 2004, Bowie had chest pains while performing at a festival while he was in Germany and then collapsed backstage. Bowie initially thought he just pinched a nerve in his shoulder but the pain was later diagnosed as a clogged coronary artery and required emergency heart surgery.
Bowie is survived by his model wife, Iman, their daughter Alexandria Zahra Jones, and his filmmaker son Duncan Jones, from his first marriage to Mary Angela Bowie (née Barnett).