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Dublin Highlites

on January 04, 2000

Here is an interesting snippet from Dublins largest selling evening news paper, The Evening Herald.

'Diary Review of the
Highlights of 1999'

by Dermott Hayes.

"David Bowie performed the most spectacular show of the year inDublin's HQ in Abbey Street, the MTV awards not withstanding.Five hundred lucky punters gained admission to the exclusive show.The mezzanine balcony of the Hall of Fame was jammed packed withcelebrities, local and international, including: the Corrs, Michael Flatley, Gerry Ryan, Dave Fanning, joe Elliot, Brian Kennedy and Andrew Lloyd Webber.... Legend has its own place in

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Last Night On The Bbc

on January 04, 2000
O Zone David


David Bowie, friendly on The O Zone - BBC2 - 4th Jan 2000

It was short and sweet and fractured with snippets from various videos across the years,including a tantalising glimpse of the rarely seen 'Stage' footage from 1978. The interviewsituation was identical to the Newsnight Jeremy Paxman 'Interview of the Millennium', andboth were filmed on the same day early last month.

David was his usual relaxed, humorous and irritatingly great-looking self. How come he looks younger and far fitter than me and I'm not even 40 yet? Must be the drugs, his not mine! Oh well, click here for a link to some

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Db2k

on January 04, 2000


The Sunday Times produced a special Millenium Souvenir Issue with Full 24-hour coverage of the event from around the world. As well as national celebrations, there were stories about personal experiences of the big day.

Chosen as 'THE SINGER AND THE MODEL' were DAVID and IMAN.

View the story

info courtesy Spaceface

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Digital Db

on January 04, 2000



Rolling Stone ran an article recently (12/20/99) about the popularity (or lack thereof) of EMDs (or Electronic Media devices). Part of the problem, they say, is the quality of music avaliable for download. Most artists stick to traditional album sales, but who knows what the future of downloadable music is?


"When the major labels start allowing their best-selling recordings to be downloaded, like Virgin did with David Bowie's 'hours...', that's when consumers will likely make the move to EMDs. 'That will accelerate the growth,' says the analyst, 'because it's going to be driven by content.'"

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Bowie On Kroq

on January 03, 2000


'I had to phone someone, so I picked on Rodney'

Should old acquaintance be forgot, DB phoned an old acquaintance, champion of all things Bowie, and host of LosAngeles radio station
KROQ, Rodney Biggenheimer. The interview last Sunday night (Jan 2nd), was a fairly lengthy affair, in which David revealed some of his upcoming plans, none of which were particularly newsworthy to those of you who read these pages on a regular basis.

Among the projects discussed were his one European festival appearance this summer, the next studio album withTony Visconti and the fact that he intends to re-record

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