Music News
July 03, 2002
George Michael Speaks Out

This time around, George Michael is making a statement about hypocrisy in government instead of corruption in the music industry. (You know, that stuff everyone laughed at him for whining about years ago that every artist-type person in the industry now finds themselves currently obsessed with...)

See the Times of India story by Rashmee Z. Ahmed:
George Michael song satirizes Bush, Blair.

Posted by Lisa at July 03, 2002 08:36 AM | TrackBack
Me A to Z (A Work In Progress)

Dear George Michael,

I'm sorry because I'm not your fan but now I am writting to you.I'm 14 year old girl from Vietnam.I love the 60s,70s and 80s music.I don't know what europe and america boys and girls think,but here in Vietnam almost the teenages hate that.They like hard pop,the singers with one hit wonder and then been forgotten forever.Rarely time,there's a teenages who like the wonder music of the old time. They spend a lot of money for their singer,buying poster,they say they love the celebrities.I'm not anyone's fan and I think that's too crazy.I think the celebrities are fed up with hearing that.Maybe in others countries,there's still many people who love you and your music just like the Abba, Richard Marx,Beatles,Wham...because I saw many fan club on net.But I haven't found any one the same at my I just want to tell you that you are great and always great (forever),although the new music with musican is appear full,but their name and fame just live for a short time then been lost.Only the old music with great melodies of "Careless Whisper" or "Yesterday"(Beatles),etc... will still alive.

Love from Ashley:)

Posted by: Ashey Watson on March 22, 2003 08:48 PM
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