British Pop Star David Bowie screams into the microphone as he performs on stage during his concert in Vienna February 4, 1996.

David Bowie.

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David Bowie, whose influence was felt by generations of musicians from Madonna and Lady Gaga to Nirvana and even composer Philip Glass, died on Sunday.

According to a statement posted on his Facebook page, he died after having cancer for 18 months.

“David Bowie died peacefully today, surrounded by his family,” the post read.

The singer, who had been living in New York in recent years, only released his latest album, "Blackstar," on Friday — his birthday.

With hits like “Let’s Dance" and anthems like “Changes,” Bowie's music and art reached far and wide.

Here is a selection of images remembering Bowie over the years.

Princes Diana greets singer David Bowie backstage at Wembley Arena in London December 1, 1993 before the Concert of Hope to mark World AIDS Day.

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David Bowie sits with Deborah Harry, the lead singer of the band Blondie, before the first concert of his UK tour in Manchester, November 17, 2003.

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David Bowie headlines at the Glastonbury Festival, June 2000. It was Bowie's first time at Glastonbury since 1971, when the event was only in its second year.

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David Bowie performs onstage during his Ziggy Stardust era in 1973 in Los Angeles, California.

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David Bowie during his last show as Ziggy Stardust at The Marquee Club in London, England from October, 1973.

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David Bowie, Yoko Ono and John Lennon and the 17th annual Grammy awards.

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