CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — Among the people around the world paying tribute to David Bowie are the drinkers at a pub in the Australian Outback in a town of fewer than 200 people — but they have a special connection to him. The only pub in the town of Carinda, a 400-mile drive from Sydney in New South Wales, was the setting for Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” video in 1983. The pub’s current owner, Malcolm George, says no one knew Bowie was coming that day. He says business has been nonstop since Bowie died on Sunday. Bartender Marie Draper says tourists gravitate to the wall with the brown and green tiles where Bowie plays his guitar in the video. George says when he bought the bar, the tiles had fallen from the wall, so he stripped tiles from elsewhere to restore it.