Miguel is the latest artist to offer his own tribute to David Bowie. Last night, the singer took the stage at L.A.'s Bardot and performed a stripped down version of Bowie's "Space Oddity" for the lucky 300 people in attendance at the intimate venue. In an interview with NME before Bowie's passing, Miguel named him as one of the people that made him want to be an artist. "I wish I would've written 'Space Oddity' by David Bowie. That song is just forever going to be classic, ya know? At the time, are you kidding me. We were just going to the moon. It's just insane. The timing of it." Watch the performance above where Miguel covers "Space Oddity" before transitioning into his Wildheart track "waves," courtesy of Noisey.