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BowieNet members can now officially enter our Paris / ElysÃƒÂ©e Montmartre giveaway! 10 tickets to David Bowie's live Paris / ElysÃƒÂ©e Montmartre performance have fallen into our laps and since we like to share so much - we are giving members the chance to win tickets.
BUT WAIT: The clock is ticking! Just a few short hours to get your name in! Don't delay. We are closing the entry page down TOMORROW AT NOON EST Sharp, so make sure you get your ticket requests in by then.
The rules are simple: fill out the form AND 10 lucky winners will be notified via email and placed on the guest list.
Last night db played the HQ club (500 Capacity). The supporting acts were long-time Bowie favorites Placebo, and Eastern electronica master Talvin Singh,recent recipient of UK's prestigious Mercury Music Prize. Talvin also supported David at the secret London Hanover Grand.
Bowie fans who attended the show reported that Life On Mars was justpiano and vocals, and that Pretty Things rocked like a mutha!
Here was the set list:
Life On Mars
Can't Help Thinking
Word On A Wing
Always Crashing The Same Car
I Can't Read
Pretty Things Are Going To Hell
VH1 will show performances from the NetAid concert TODAY, Oct. 9th from noon to midnight EST, and will include simultaneous performances from all three locations:
Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ
Wembley Stadium in London
The Palais des Nations in Geneva
VH1.com will webcast the event, BOTH live on-stage and exclusive backstage footage.
The NetAid event is sponsored by the United Nations Development Program and Cisco Systems. Make sure you visit the United Nations' new Internet site (www.netaid.org) that aims to fight hunger and poverty worldwide.
Tonight at 8:00 p.m. EST on Bravo, don't miss the filmLast Temptation of Christ.
Directed by Martin Scorsese, David Bowie plays the part of Pontius Pilate in this critically acclaimed masterpiece.
Willem Dafoe, Barbara Hershey and Harvey Keitel star in Martin Scorsese's thought-provoking adaptation of Nikos Kazantzakis' controversial novel.
Bowie was the featured guest on Chris Evans' TFI Friday show. David performed the following songs:
Only 'Survive' was broadcast along with David's interview with host Chris Evans.