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A concert that was planned prior to David Bowie's unexpected death will continue now as a memorial show.
And some big names in the world of music will take the stage to remember their fellow performer.
Cyndi Lauper, The Roots and Ann Wilson of Heart had already been announced to appear at the March 31 concert called "The Music of David Bowie at Carnegie Hall."
Now, Paul McCartney and Mick Jagger will also pay tribute to Bowie, The Mirror reported.
It is also said that Elton John will be part of the lineup, according to The Mirror.
Bowie died Sunday after an 18-month battle with cancer.
He had released his 25th album just three days before.
Jagger and Bowie did a cover of "Dancing in the Streets" in 1985.
"Dancing in the Street" 1985 (with Mick Jagger) from David Bowie on Vimeo.
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