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Gail Ann Dorsey Chat On Wednesday, Plus Interview

on March 03, 2003

She'll come, she'll go...

The Queen of Bass Cool that is Gail Ann Dorsey, has decreed that she will take part in a BowieNet chat in just two days time. This extra special event takes place at 2:30pm EST (that's 7:30pm for you lucky UK folk) on Wednesday March 5th.

If you need a bit of inspiration for a few questions to present to GAD, then click on the image above. You will be taken to the transcript of a great interview that Gail did with Adrian Ashton for Bass Magazine last year... from which, the following excerpt:

How did you get the gig with David Bowie?

He called me on the telephone,

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on March 02, 2003
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Db Posts Tibet Message On The Mbs

on March 02, 2003

"As long as they gaze on Waterloo sunset, They are in paradise..."
Ray Davies and David Bowie get a little bit Kinky on Friday night.

Waterloo Sunset's fine...

David Bowie has posted a short message on the message boards about Friday Night's Tibet show, in which he has described the event as "a simply lovely evening", and in which he has vowed his continued support for the Tibet House benefit by toasting next year.

BowieNet members can read the full message here. In the same thread David has suggested that Loving The Alien is a definite consideration for this year's tour.

Also on the MBs are

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on February 28, 2003

lend us a 'song' we can read...

Songs Inspired by Literature - Chapter 2 - a new CD out on March 12th will feature David Bowie's 1984. David has donated the track to Artists for Literacy an organisation set up in 1999 by singer/songwriter Deborah Pardes as an innovative way to promote reading. As well as raising funds, the discs are offered as teaching tools for adults who cannot read. Their website tells us:-

In the most powerful democracy in the world 1 in 5 adults can't read.

Just like in Chapter One, the true featured stars of Chapter Two are the books, plays and poems that inspired