Day / 11 January 2016, 12:00 GMT
Rough Trade record stores are set to donate all profits from sales of David Bowie records to Cancer Research UK for the rest of the month.
The company announced the move via Twitter.
Browse Rough Trade's selection of Bowie records.
All profits from our #Bowie sales during Jan donated to @CR_UK. https://t.co/vBffmQj3PJ pic.twitter.com/pId1d0WRDO— Rough Trade (@RoughTrade) January 11, 2016
All profits from our #Bowie sales during Jan donated to @CR_UK. https://t.co/vBffmQj3PJ pic.twitter.com/pId1d0WRDO
The legendary talent sadly passed away on 10 January following an 18-month battle with cancer. He turned 69 on 8 January, the same day that he released his 25th and final studio album, Blackstar.
Iggy Pop, Tony Visconti, Brian Eno, Annie Lennox, and The Rolling Stones are among collaborators to have paid tribute this morning.