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Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed

on February 25, 2003

Lou Reed and David Bowie onstage together at MSG five years ago.
Just two of the artists due to perform at the Tibet show this Friday.

Friday On My Mind...

I recently probed DB about the kind of set he may be playing on Friday at the Tibet House Benefit Concert. All he would give away was this:

We'll most likely do one new and one older song, that's apart from the duet with Ray.

I can say that the song I heard rumoured by fans at the Darkness and Disgrace show at the weekend, is not one of the selections.

Speaking of giving things away, BowieNet has organised a little pre-Tibet show party.

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Db Contemplates Major New Work In Latest Journal

on February 24, 2003

David Bowie in pensive mood by Kevin Mazur.

Walking in the snowy street...

In the absence of a picture of David actually engaged in the activity he describes in his latest journal, the above is a picture of him contemplating what he might do with his finds. Actually it isn't, it's another shot of him from the MusiCares Person Of The Year Ceremony last Friday... but I'm sure nobody's complaining.

Click on David's cufflink to take you to his latest entry. (oooer missus) };-)

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Rupert Goldsworthy Curates New Show In Ny

on February 24, 2003

Just a few of the pieces you can expect to see at the Marcus Ritter Gallery.

Put you all inside my show...

Rupert Goldsworthy, who you may remember from the "Bowie" show he curated at his own gallery back in 1999, has a new group show at the Marcus Ritter Gallery in New York. The show runs until March 10th, and here's the press release:

Location: Marcus Ritter Gallery, 453 West 17th St, New York NY 10011 (Corner of Tenth Ave)

Show Dates: February 11th - March 10th 2003

Gallery hours: Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Marcus Ritter is pleased to announce a group exhibition curated by