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Re-broadcast Of Acoustic Radio Show Just Announced

on September 24, 1998

Just in case you have your monthly planner out, the radio station WXRT in Chicago is re-broadcasting the acoustic show David did with Reeves at the Chicago Trax Studios on October 16, 1997 sometime in the next two months. The show was all acoustic, David and Reeves performed "Scary Monsters" (a country & western version); "Always Crashing In The Same Car" and "I Can't Read" (the version from the film "The Ice Storm"). In between songs, David chats with the radio host and takes questions, jokes around, etc. The show is roughly 45 minutes long.

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Jeffrey Gaines

on September 24, 1998

Jeffrey Gaines could easily see himself living in the 1960s, hanging out and making music at someplace like Haight-Asbury in San Francisco. On the phone, he sounds mellow and laid back. He peppers his speech with "dude" and "vibe." And he's a singer-songwriter, for crying out loud. This is the '90s. If you're a guy, you gotta play alternative or swing or hip-hop, or you're just not happening. Gaines doesn't listen to that kind of talk. By the mid-'80s, he caught his first break. WTPA-FM (93.5) in Mechanicsburg was putting out a CD featuring local musicians.

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Muchmusic Gives Bowie

on September 24, 1998

On Thursday, September 24th, The 1998 MuchMusic Video Awards, the Canadian MTV, were showcased this year by presenting David Bowie with the "Eye Popper Award". The award is given to those artists whose significant contribution to the artform has succeeded in exploring & exploding the creative boundaries of music video. Click here to view David's acceptence speech and a short video introduction featuring David's works.

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News: David Live

on September 17, 1998

A CHAT -- with DAVID BOWIE for members of BowieNet will occur on September 30th at 9:30pm EST. More details are forthcoming.

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News: Bowie Rocks The Poll

on September 07, 1998

DAVID BOWIE -- soon to start work on a new album for release in 1999 -- made an impressive showing in a major poll in the U.K., "The Virgin Top 1,000 Albums Of All Time." The results of this newly published poll--based on 200,000 votes cast in pop polls over the past 30 years--found BOWIE and the Beatles as the only artists in the Top 20 with more than one album.

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