Holy Holy, the super-group formed by world-renowned drummer Woody Woodmansey and legendary music producer and bassist Tony Visconti, came from an idea to David Bowie's The Man Who Sold the World live in its entirety. In addition to Woodmansey and Visconti, the group's lineup includes guitarist James Stevenson (The Cult, Gene Loves Jezebel Gen X), guitarist Paul Cuddeford (Ian Hunter, Bob Geldof), vocalist Glenn Gregory (Heaven 17), keyboardist Berenice Scott (Heaven 17), sax player Terry Edwards and backup vocalist Jessica Morgan. Woodsmansey, Visconti along with Bowie and Mick Ronson wrote The Man Who Sold the World album, but had never performed it live. Following the recording of the album, Visconti went on to produce 14 of David Bowie’s albums, including the recently released Blackstar. Woodmansey continued to play drums on three additional Bowie albums.