David Bowie is the subject of a special tribute set to air on Howard Stern’s Howard 101 channel on SiriusXM this Friday (Feb. 9). A total of 25 artists—including Peter Frampton, Garbage, and Todd Rundgren—will be featured in recorded performances of Bowie compositions.

"When I got into rock and roll music, one of the artists that I first really got into was David Bowie," said Stern, in a prepared statement. "He was always evolving, he was always on top of things, he was just a great musician and a great songwriter and a great singer. I want to make sure that people remember David Bowie."

Longtime Bowie associate Tony Visconti co-produced one of the tracks—a cover of “Moonage Daydream” by Kristeen Young.

"David Bowie’s lasting influence on music, past, present and future is absolutely phenomenal,” said Visconti. “He will be played a hundred years from now. I'm glad we can share these fantastic interpretations of his songs. The people who rose to the occasion for the Howard Stern tribute did an amazing job."

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'The Howard Stern Tribute to David Bowie' Playlist

  1. Peter Frampton, "Rebel Rebel (Live)"
  2. Garbage, "Starman"
  3. Greta Van Fleet, "The Jean Genie"
  4. Umphrey’s Mcgee (Ft. Huey Lewis And Jeff Coffin), "Let’s Dance"
  5. Kristeen Young (Co-Produced by Tony Visconti), "Moonage Daydream"
  6. Britt Daniel, "Never Let Me Down"
  7. Durand Jones & The Indications, "Young Americans"
  8. Corey Taylor, "Fashion"
  9. Michael Penn, "After All"
  10. The Struts, "Suffragette City"
  11. Lisa Loeb, "All the Young Dudes"
  12. Sun Kil Moon (Ft. Petra Haden), "John, I’m Only Dancing"
  13. Jade Bird, "Quicksand"
  14. Biffy Clyro, "Modern Love"
  15. Bones, "I’m Afraid of Americans"
  16. Shawn Colvin, "Heroes"
  17. Todd Rundgren, "Life on Mars?"
  18. Dawes, "Oh! You Pretty Things"
  19. Nikki Lane, "Golden Years"
  20. Bleachers, "Ziggy Stardust"
  21. Car Seat Headrest, "Ashes to Ashes"
  22. Low Cut Connie, "Diamond Dogs"
  23. Daryl Hall, "Fame"
  24. Gogol Bordello, "Rock ‘N’ Roll Suicide"
  25. Billy Corgan, "Space Oddity"