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Sfx Invests In Bowie's Internet Company

on December 23, 1999

SFX Entertainment, Inc. (NYSE: SFX), the world's largest live entertainment provider, announced an investment in UltraStar Internet Services, LLC, the pioneering Internet company co-founded by rock legend David Bowie. SFX will have a substantial minority interest in UltraStar, with options to further increase their holdings.

UltraStar is revolutionizing the Internet by creating a subscription-based model that targets entertainment, sports, fashion and other types of affinity groups.

The company specializes in developing private label ISPs and community and commerce oriented sites targeting

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Bowie Chat

on December 23, 1999

Special thanks to everyone, especially David for the chat last night. We all had a lot of fun! LIL

Check out last nights chat transcript here.

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Squeakbox Tunes Online

on December 23, 1999


As most of you know, I have a CD out under the alias "Squeakbox" called "Gritnipple in a Box". If you haven't heard it, check it out at:

http://www.squeakbox.com
http://www.mp3.com/squeakbox

I have the CD for sale at CDBaby.com - no, I'm not asking you to buy my CD (unless you want to!). However, I would like if you could take a minute of your time and VOTE for my CD at CDBaby.com for Best Independent CD of the Year, by going here:

http://www.cdbaby.com/vote

Thanks for your support and have a Happy Holiday and a great New Year 2000!

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Knock Knock, Who's There?

on December 22, 1999

The Three Wise Monkeys:
Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere.



The Who last night played a storming re-union show at the Shepherds Bush Empire in London. Despiteclaims that their only rehearsal was a 20-minute soundcheck, they were on top form, if a little rough aroundthe edges. The on-stage banter was quite hilarious, and some wondered if the little spats between RogerDaltrey, aged 37, and Pete Townshend, 53, were for real, or tongue-in-cheek. (Who really knows? Punintended.)

Apart from the obvious stuff such as 'Won't Get Fooled Again' and 'Substitute' the band played much of theirearly catalogue

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