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An interesting article entitled "David Bowie Returns With More Mature Offering" can be found at CDNow's Allstar daily news site.
The article touches on writing rock and roll for mature audiences and Bowie's songwriting process.
There is an excerpt:
"Actually, I think for the first time for a long time I'd actually taken the trouble to write the songs before we went into the studio," says Bowie. "So I spent a lot of time virtually crafting them in a very reactionary, old fashioned traditional way; just wrote proper songs, applied myself to them and the lyric, and kept them extremely simple.
The VH1 journals have been getting some great reactions, but here is a quick note sent in by Chris Gaffney. Of course Chris, we have added Ireland to the list in the VH1 Journals section!
I managed to get tickets (very very difficult I might add.) and do a roundtrip of about 7000 miles. Could you please mention Ireland as one of thecountries fans traveled from. I hope my boss doesn't see the show as I wassuppose to be ill from work and not smiling and singing along in NY.
ThanksBowienet your great..........
The Hunger episode starring David Bowie, called Sanctuary, will premiere onSeptember 10th at 9 PM on Showtime as part of a trilogy.
The 19episodes David hosts will air weekly beginning September 13th on theShowtime satellite channel Showtime Beyond.
Here are 8 new screen grabs from the Omikron videogame. These screen shots show David and company performing a song inside the game!
It's official, David Bowie will indeed be performing at the 10th anniversary of the MuchMusic Video Awards, (the Canadian music channel's awards show) on September 23 in Toronto, Canada - 8:00 pm ET
Other performers include Red Hot Chili Peppers, Britney Spears, Our Lady Peace, The Tea Party, The Moffatts and Len.
Bowie will be performing 'The Pretty Things Are Going To Hell' from his upcoming "Hours?" album.
If you remember back one year ago to the 1998 MuchMusic Video Awards, Bowie was presented with the "Eye Popper Award". Click here to view David's acceptance speech from last years