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Mtv's '22 Greatest: Voices' - Premiere Tomorrow

on March 13, 2003

BowieNetter Piccadilly and 'David Bowie' face the limelight at MTV's studios last month.

Happy at the sound of your voice...

The show we told you about back in January (01/23/03 NEWS: VOTE FOR DAVID IN MTV'S '22 GREATEST: VOICES' POLL and 01/26/03 NEWS: MTV NEED BOWIE SUPERFAN IN NEW YORK CITY NOW!), has it's premiere tomorrow on MTV2 (USA) at 2.00PM.

MTV are playing the content of the show very close to their chests, so all we can tell you at the moment is that BowieNetter Piccadilly (aka Carla Rhodes), and BowieNetter Lruiz (aka Luis) were interviewed for the programme.

"I'll tell 'em how

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Bowienet News Archive For February Live

on March 12, 2003

Men wait for news while thousands are still asleep...

Busy bee Susans has posted the BowieNet news archive for February. I think you're all getting the hang of how to get there by now.

I never knew there was so much in it. };-)

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Db Chosen As 'man Of The Week'

on March 12, 2003

Who could ask for more...

AskMen.com, the 24 hour a day portal for men, recently chose David as the subject of their 'Man Of The Week' column.

BowieNetter Regina posted a link on our message boards yesterday, and Ask Men's comments have already generated some discussion. Whether you agree with their summation or not, you can enjoy reading what they have to say about his 'personality & talent', 'woman magnetism' and 'coolness factor' among other topics. Here's just one quote:

Bowie has been an influence for at least two generations of creative types.

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View Classic Bowie Yahoo! Performance Once More

on March 11, 2003

Yahoo hoo hoo touch me...*

Back in July 2000, this very site was awarded Best Artist Site of the year at the Yahoo! Internet Music Awards. David accepted the award on behalf of BowieNet from Sandra Bernhard at a ceremony at Studio 54 in New York. He also accepted the gong for 2000 Online Pioneer Honoree, which was presented by Public Enemy's Chuck D.

David gave amusing acceptance speeches for each award, but the highlight of the evening was his live performances of two Bowie classics. Along with Mike Garson on keyboards, he performed breathtaking versions of both Wild Is The Wind and Life On

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