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Bowie Tv Tonight

on June 17, 1999

VH1 TONIGHT
June 18, 1999, 2:30 a.m.
6:00pm EST (60 min)
Legends "David Bowie"

VH-1 will be re-running David Bowie's 'LEGENDS' (Profile) From cult stardom in the 1970s to superstarstatus in the 1980s and 1990s, David Bowie established an enduringname for himself as a musician and artist.

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David Bowie To Include What's Really Happening, The Track Written In The Cyber-song Bowienet Contest, On Forthcoming Album Titled 'hours...' Due Out October 5 On Virgin Records

on June 17, 1999

FROM: TRESA REDBURN/MITCH SCHNEIDER

DAVID BOWIE has just finished recording hours..., his forthcoming album due out October 5 on Virgin Records. Produced by BOWIE and longtime collaborator/guitarist Reeves Gabrels, the album will contain such songs as "Thursday's Child," "Survive" and "The Dreamers," as well as "What's Really Happening," the song co-written by Alex Grant, winner of the BowieNet cybersong contest.

"What's Really Happening," regarded as the first true cyber-song, was the result of collaborative efforts between Bowie and co-writer Alex Grant, who was one of 80,000 people

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Zdtv Starts Tonight

on June 15, 1999

Tonight, ZDTV begins it's exclusive 3-Part TV / Web Series. www.zdtv.com/internettonight. You can check it out on BOTH TV and the web.

ZDTV, the only 24-hour television channel about computers, technology and theInternet, will air an exclusive three-part series, David Bowie's Technical World, June16, 17 and 18.

TONIGHTS EPISODE: Wednesday, June 16: The Cyber Song Contest

Internet Tonight films a recording session at New York's Looking Glass Studio, asDavid Bowie records the song written with BowieNet Cyber Song contest winner AlexGrant.

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Everybody Loves Sunshine

on June 15, 1999

Just a reminder that the film "Everybody Loves Sunshine" can be seen TONIGHT: June 16 on the Sky TV Premier Channel (based in the UK).

This gritty North West of England gangland drama tells the tale of two ex-convicts: one's struggle to go straight while being thwarted by the other. It was filmed mainly in the Isle of Man.

The film stars Goldie (Godfather of Brit Jungle), David Bowie and Clint Dyer, and was directed by Andrew Goth.

You can read more about Goldie in David's journal from September 12th, 1998.

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