The May 1999 issue of Celebrity Style, (with Cher on the cover) has a short feature on Bowie. The cover, reads "The Music Issue: Who Matters and Why." The Bowie item can be found on page 36.
- 26 years ago today (April 13, 1973), 'Aladdin Sane' was released. At thetime, Ziggy and the Spiders From Mars were touring Japan.
Here are a few Mick Rock exclusive photos of the "Aladdin Sane" period.
The Philippe Auliac official web site is now open for business.Have a look at the first selections of these rare Bowie images at his new site NETGALERIE.
Philippe Auliac, is also a contributor to liveandwell.com (page 8 entry #65)
- Following up on FAME:
The BowieNet/Beatnik Interactive "Fame" Remix requires you to Download the Beatnik Player 2.0 AND the music files (350k) to work properly.
As promised, here is a special "online viewing" of the Christopher Brook's exhibition on display at the Rupert Goldsworthy Gallery. This is Christopher Brooks second solo exhibition, which runs from April 8th until May 29th 1999. There will be an opening reception on Saturday April 10th, from 6 to 8pm. See you there!
OPENING: SATURDAY 10TH APRIL, 1999, FROM 6-8PM
ADDRESS: 453 WEST 17TH STREET, 2ND FL, CORNER OF 10TH AVE. NEW YORK, NY 10011
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Here is a video clip from the David Bowie/ Placebo performance, LIVE on-stage at Irving Plaza in New York City.
The video contains the performance of Placebo's "Without You, I'm Nothing" and the MarcBolan/T.Rex staple "20th Century Boy".
- Sundance Channel
Today, starting at 11:45 a.m.
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.
Additional Air Dates:
4/09/99 11:45AM EST
4/09/99 7:00PM EST
Here's a listing of David's playlist for the "David Bowie's Radio Network" (DBRN).
Bowie's playlist spans five decades of his favorite music. He personally introduces each track. Selections include everything from chart-topping hits like Elvis Presley's "Heartbreak Hotel" and "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?" by Culture Club, to less familiar choices such as Scott Walker's "The Electrician."
If you'd like to here David explain just exactly what DBRN is all about, give this clip a listen.
You need to download the Rolling Stone Radio player to listen, so if you haven't already, click here to