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Minis!

on May 25, 1999




    Here are a few shots of the MINI, the "Art Car" that was part of an Nation Wide design Competition.

    The Mini company asked Kate Moss (model), Paul Smith (clothes designer) and Bowie to design a car. All three were exhibited at the prestigious Design Museum at Butlers Wharf in London.

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It Really Happened!

on May 24, 1999



Larry Tressler, Alex Grant, Bowie
(Reeves Gabrels and Plati in forground)
    Last night, David Bowie (accompanied by the winner of the Cyber Song Contest and co-author, Alex Grant) made music and Internet history by completing the first "Cyber-Song" LIVE on the Internet.

    From selecting the lyrics, to rehearsal, recording and mixing of the song, Internet users were right there, every step of the way, in the creation of the Cyber Song "What's Really Happening."

    Utilizing both traditional streaming video technology and the new Lucent 360 "BowieCam", BowieNet brought the World Wide Web into the
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The Main Event: It's Really Happening Tonight!

on May 23, 1999



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    HERE WE GO! TONIGHT

    LIVE cyber song webcast 7:00 p.m. -10:00 p.m. EST, the world can watch during the rehearsal, recording and mixing of the song "WHAT'S REALLY HAPPENING", brought to you by UltraStar and BowieNet.

    Our Grand Prize winner Alex Grant, will join David Bowie in the studio to record their collaborative efforts created during the Internet's first Cyber Song Contest - "WHAT'S REALLY HAPPENING" .

    Tonights event will feature 2 technology options. We suggest you try BOTH.

    PLEASE NOTE: LINKS MAY NOT BE ACTIVE UNTIL THE EVENT BEGINS

    1. Option one is the debut of the 360-degree
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Gisborne 2000

on May 23, 1999

Dame Kiri Te Kanawa has been confirmed as the third act at the Gisborne 2000 Millennium concert. The Gisborne New Zealand native and world-renowned opera star will be accompanied by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in the First Light celebration, held at sunrise January 1, 2000. Dame Kiri Te Kanawa is well know for her 1981 performance, when she sang at Prince Charles' wedding. Visit the Gisborne 2000 website for additional information.

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The Man Who Fell To Earth

on May 23, 1999



    Man Who Fell to Earth Airs Today, May 24th 1999 on the SCI-Fi Channel in the US. Check Local Listings for exact times.

    The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976) is a sci-fi drama film about Thomas Jerome Newton (Bowie), a humanoid alien who comes to Earth to get water for his dying, drought-stricken planet.



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