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Eddie Izzard Will Chat

on January 25, 1999

Read up on the versatile Eddie Izzard in the latest edition of Esquire (Jan. 1999 / UK edition). Looking for more? Then you can catch Eddie as Dennis Miller's live in-studio guest on February 12th, 1999, on HBO.

Besides narrating the David Bowie VH-1 LEGENDS documentary, Izzard was also seen in the films "Velvet Goldmine" and the "Avengers". Keep an eye out for Eddies new movie "Mystery Men" from Universal Pictures.

Eddie will take time out from the filming of his new movie to join us for a BowieNet chat on February 11, 1999. Check back with us for time and details

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Thanks Again!

on January 25, 1999

Here is another letter we received from one of our BowieNet members. We thought you'd like to see it! Thanks (again) for your kind words.

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Padova Exhibition

on January 24, 1999

During the months of February and March, Padova, Italy's local University Centre is planning a "David Bowie" film exhibition which will explore Bowie's film and acting career. The exhibit will be held at the Auditorium Liceo Modigliani, Padova, Italy. (free with CUC card).

Here is the current schedule:

February 17: Furyo (Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence)
February 23: Rarities and Video Clips (with Mixo & Lorenzo Scoles)
March 3: The Man Who Fell To Earth
March 10: Just A Gigolo'
March 17: Labyrinth
March 31: The Hunger

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Special Announcement: Mike Garson To Chat With Bowienet!

on January 24, 1999

Mike Garson, Bowie's keyboard player, will be our guest for a BowieNet chat session on Friday, February 5th at 9:00 p.m. EST, 6:00 p.m. PST. Mike has played with David Bowie for over 25 years and performed on such classic Bowie albums as Aladdin Sane, Diamond Dogs, Young Americans, The Buddha of Suburbia, Outside, and Earthling, just to name a few.

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Perhaps A Tie?

on January 22, 1999

Last week we reported on Virgin Radio's top 500 listener's poll. On the site, Virgin claims "The Beatles" had the most entries, listing the fab four with 16 tracks in the top 500. Bowie was credited with a total of 15.

But, as a clever fan has pointed out, Bowie should get half credit forUnder Pressure, a track Bowie co-wrote with Queen. That would put David in a tie for the top spot (with a total of 16).

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