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Chat About Ziggy

on June 06, 1999

Velvet Goldmine, the Italian David Bowie fan club will be hosting a special chat session on 8th June to celebrate the 27th anniversary of "The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars".You'll find them at #ziggy27 at 9:00 p.m. GMT and all visitors are being asked to honour the occasion by dressing Glam! Any questions to

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Everybody Loves Sunshine

on June 04, 1999
    The film "Everybody Loves Sunshine" can be seen 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.

    Film Synopsis:
    Two sleek black Jaguars cruise through Manchester, loud beats pumping from the sound system.
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More Bowie Tv

on June 04, 1999

    The Movie Channel: Basquiat
    Air Dates:

    6/07/99 7:05AM EST on TMC
    6/07/99 12:15AM EST on TMC
    6/10/99 10:00AM EST on TMC 2
    6/10/99 7:00PM EST on TMC 2
    6/10/99 2:00AM EST on TMC 2

    Rated R - 1996, Drama: Based on the story of Jean Michel Basquiat,a noted New York artist whose career was cut short by a heroinoverdose. Dir: Julian Schnabel, Starring:Jeffrey Wright, Michael Wincott, Benicio Del Toro, Claire Forlani, David Bowie, Dennis Hopper.

    This biographical drama focuses on the life of tormented artist Jean-Michel Basquiat.
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Tarot Series Postcards Now Available!

on June 03, 1999 is proud to announce another suite of David Bowie Cards. The five cards are faithful reproductions of his famous 1975 Tarot Series. Death, Star, Earth, Moon and Love. The suite are some of David's rare and popular images from the 1970's and were originally printed in a limited edition of 50 of fine Japanese paper.

    They are striking images, and make very good cards. The set are on sale in the Gallery now for £8.00/$13.00, and as before only accepts credit cards for postcard orders. Any problems, please do not hesitate to contact Kate Chertavian.