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Sally Kirkland

The wonderful actress was born in in New York City in 1944 and turns 63 today. Feisty, hard-
working, famously liberal, with the trademark peroxide blonde hair, actress She has certainly
made an indelible mark on Hollywood history. Born in New York City to a 'Vogue' Fashion editor
mother, Sally began her career on the off-Broadway circuit and trained under Lee Strasberg in
the 1960s. It was not long before she made her transition into Hollywood movies, gaining more
recognizable roles as the decade progressed. Sally's first role in a high profile film came in the
remake of The Sting (1973), playing the role of 'Crystal'. Throughout the 1970s, Sally remained
very busy in a variety of roles in movies such as the made for television The Kansas City Massacre
(1975), Breakheart Pass (1975) and Private Benjamin (1980).
Her work in the 1980s was mainly
seen in the form of B class exploitation movies including the low budget slasher movie Fatal Games
(1984), Paint It Black (1989) and High Stakes (1989) opposite Kathy Bates. I
n the 1990s, Sally ap-
peared in many films. She spent more time on television in TV movies or guest appearances, and
appeared in many feature films as well. The Haunted (1991) is worth mentioning for featuring Sally
in a central role based on actual events. From 2000 onwards, Sally's roles in film changed noticeably.
She became involved in many independent movies on the film festival circuit. Notable films include
the short movie Audit (2001), The Rose Technique (2002), Mango Kiss (2004) and Coffee Date (2005).
Goddaughter of Shelley Winters. She was the first actress to appear nude in a legitimate stage play,
in the 1968 Off-Broadway premiere of "Sweet Eros" by Terrence McNally. Her mother was fashion
editor at first Vogue and later Life magazines. Famously appeared fully nude, whilst riding bare-back
astride a large hog to illustrate Tom O'Horgan's 1969 film Futz! (1969) on the cover of Al Goldstein's
"Screw" magazine. Sally is still going quite strong and very much in demand.

Birthday's today:
Julie Dreyfus, Jane Pauley, Adam "Ad Rock" Horovitz (Beastie Boys),
Kinky Friedman, Dermot Mulrooney, Annabella Lwin, Bernard Edwards, Steve Trachsel,
Dan Raather, Val Kilmer, Rob Schneider, Fred McGriff, Ken Wahl, Larry Mullen Jr. (U2),
Johnny Marr (Smiths), Robert 'Vanilla Ice" Van Winkle, Emily Chu, Michael Landon (R.I.P.)

Q of THE WEEK: Is Over.


Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

Please scroll down and spend some time reading
all the responses. The Q of THE WEEK returns on
Monday November 5

Chilli Copenhagen Denmark

This one was a bit difficult to answer since I have
been watching alot of movies that have scared me into the bone...
but I LOVE it. LOL

I get a real kick out of it when a movie scares me!!

But, when I was a child it was definitely The Exorcist.

It was definately a mistake that I saw it at that time (I should have
been older), so when I got a little older it was Stephen King's The
. Jack Nicholson freaked me out big time.

Now a days I must say the SAW movies. Wow what a great scary kick.

I'm really looking forward for the 4th! Those movies are absolutley too
freaky, but great!

Cara Florida

Sorry! umm, "scary", can I change that to

That would have to be The Hills Have Eyes.

I cried...it was just so disturbing! I was freaked out!

Kara Phoenix Arizona

Hey Jonathan! When I was a little kid, Little Shop
of Horrors
scared the crap out of me!

The part where Rick Moranis chops up the body to feed to the plant
really stuck with me - what can I say, I was a sheltered kid. :P

Tess New Jersey


October 30 

   Sarah Carter
Born in 1980 in Toronto and raised in Winnipeg, Carter spent her early years training as a
dancer with the Royal Winnipeg Ballet and acting in several musical theatre productions
including "Cats," "A Chorus Line," and "Into The Woods." She was also a member of the
Canadian Debate Team, which allowed her to compete all over the globe. As part of that
team she was named one of the top three public speakers in the world. After graduating
high school, Carter jetted to Switzerland to study fine arts for a year and then returned to
Canada to enroll in theatre studies at Ryerson University. She was actually discovered by
a Vancouver casting director while performing a self-penned monologue inspired by the
HBO movie "Gia." Sarah is currently starring as a lawyer opposite the legendary James
Woods on CBS' "Shark," which is a top 20 show in both total viewers and the coveted 18-49
market. This summer she has lead roles in both The Weinstein Co.'s DOA which is based on
the popular video game of the same name and has special effects similar to Crouching Tiger,
Hidden Dragon, and in Lion's Gate's Skinwalkers, a morality tale wrapped in a werewolf mo-
vie. She will follow that with a lead role in the indie film Barstool Words.
She was most recen-
tly seen on the big screen in a supporting role in Haven, which starred Orlando Bloom. Prior to
working on "Shark," She played another lawyer in a recurring role on the hit CBS series "Num-
bers," playing the love interest of series star Rob Morrow. Her other recent TV work includes
some very memorable guest appearances on popular series like The WB's "Smallville," HBO's
"Entourage," and ABC's "Boston Legal." Her recurring role on "Smallville," as Clark's deranged
love interest is one of the series most talked about guest-spots. Her series regular roles include
The WB's "Black Sash," and Fox's "Undeclared, and she's made other guest appearances on sh-
ows like "Dark Angel," "Wolf Lake" and "The Twilight Zone."

Birthday's today:
Gavin Rossdale (Bush), Grace Slick, Joey Belladonna (Anthrax),
Ty Detmer, Nia Long, Dick Vermeil, Kevin Pollak, Larry Holmes, Kristina Malandro,
Monica Belucci, Charles Martin Smith, Andrea Mitchell, Kathleen Cody, Shanna Reed,
Henry Winkler, Phil Chenier, Hamilton Camp, Anne Wharton, Juliet Stevenson,
Louise Duart, Timothy B. Schmidt (Poco, Eagles), Michael Winner, Ivanka Trump



Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

       *Please spell the title correctly

Debby Phoenix Arizona

Night Of The Living Dead was the absolute
scariest movie I've ever seen. I saw it at my friend's house
when we were both 11.

We lived out in the woods in the Pacific Northwest and she had
these big bay windows in her home that reflected the television
while we watched it.

We were both totally freaked out all night long after we turned
off the television and I've been a zombie lover ever since. There
was just something about the makeup and the black and white film
combined with the slow movement of the actors.

Everything was done so right; the makeup, the script, the setting,
the background music, the fact that it started out in a cemetery, it
was the perfect horror movie.

Of all the horror movies I've seen, this one was one of the very few
that made an impression on me. It still scares me today and that is
near impossible for a movie to do.



Well, I think it was the cinematography in
the small video clip that would generate the call back and then of
course the girl in it.

I had nightmares for months

Michael Scottsdale Arizona

1408 is definitly the most frightening movie ever.
Your brain implodes into itself in a hotel room in which you have no
escape except to end your own life.

Locked in room 1408, in which 56 people have already killed them-
selves in, your mind turns psychotic, schizophrenic, paranoid, and you
are hallucinating your worst nightmare of your dead daughter.

60-minutes is an eternity to spend in the seemingly neverending hell of
room 1408. In fact, no person has ever survived that long. One guy slit
his own throat and then tried to sew it back together with a sewing need
only to die of blood loss.

Do you kill yourself to make the nightmare end? I would if I were stuck
in that living hell.

Monica Phoenix Arizona

The most frightening movie of all time would be
The Exorcist.

That movie has kept me up many a nights, which is why I don't
watch it that often!

When I was a small child, there were rumors that a similiar incident
was happening to a friends sister in our church.

Whether or not it was true, that movie really gives me the creeps!

Curtis Wales United Kingdom

I would plump for On the Beach, the adaptation
of Neville Shutes novel about the end of the world following an
atomic war.

Austrailia is the last country to be affected, and in both the film and
book you are offered a good number of characters to identify with,
and so confront the way you would choose to meet your own end.

Yes, the end of the world is scary!

October 29  

    Winona Ryder
Winona was born Winona Horowitz, in 1971 and named after her the town in which she was
born, Winona Minnesota. She grew up in a ranch commune in Northern California where there
was no electricity. She is the Goddaughter of Timothy Leary and her parents were friends of
Beat poet Allen Ginsberg and once edited a book called "Shaman Woman Mainline Lady" an
anthology of writings on the drug experience in literature - this included one piece by Louisa
May Alcott. Winona Ryder was later to star as Jo in this author's Little Women (1994). She
moved with her parents to Petaluma (near San Francisco) when she was ten and enrolled in
acting classes at the American Conservatory Theater. At 13 she had a video audition to the
film Desert Bloom (1986), but didn't get the part. Director David Seltzer, however, spotted her
and cast her in Lucas (1986). When telephoned to ask how she'd like to have her name appear
on the credits, she suggested Ryder as her father's Mitch Ryder album was playing the back-
ground. Ryder was selected for the part of Mary Corleone in The Godfather: Part III (1990), but
had to drop out of the role after catching the flu from the strain of doing the films Welcome Home,
Roxy Carmichael (1990) and Mermaids (1990) back to back. She said she didn't want to let every-
one down by doing a substandard performance. Later made The Age of Innocence (1993) which
was directed by Martin Scorsese, who she believes to be "the best director in the world". Her real
hair color is blonde but when she made her first major film, Lucas (1986), her hair color was dyed
black. She was told to keep it that color and it has stayed that color since. Chosen by People mag-
azine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the World in 1997. She is the 2,165th star on the
Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her great friend, Anthony Hopkins attended the ceremony, Nov. 2000.

Birthday's today:
Roni Size, Joely Fisher, Kelly Lin, Kate Jackson, Denis Potvin,
Steven Sweet (Warrant), Amanda Beard, Melba Moore, Brett Kelly, Finola Hughes,
Peter Green (original Fleetwood Mac), Heidi Strobel, Denny Laine (The Moody Blues),
Paul "Mr. Wonderful" Orndorff, Guy Gelso (Zebra), Kevin Dubrow (Quiet Riot)

Q of THE WEEK: Continues til October 31


Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

      *Please spell the title correctly

Cyndi Bristol Connecticut

Hello Jonathan...hmmm, scary movies?
Perfect question for Halloween!

I remember a couple when I was a kid,
like that Chucky movie
with the talking doll puppet thingy (freaky).

I never really liked collectable dolls and their eyes,
and the eyes
on this dummy were sooo scary.

I don't really watch scary type movies.
I'm still scared of the dark.
When the lights go out I back up to the wall NO MATTER where I am!

If it starts to thunder I get candles lit and flashlights Ready!


Yita Phoenix Arizona

I'm a horror movie fanatic, and you know this, but
hands down the scariest movie I've ever seen was Nacho Libre.

I never want to see Jack Black in spandex again. lol Just kiddin.
For me, religious horror does it for me. The Amityville Horror,
The Exorcist 1 and 3. The Omen, oh my god the Omen!!!

But, Dawn of the Dead the original Romero film. That gave me
sleepless nights for weeks. I fear the undead the most, which
fascinates me more than anything.

"Whats the worst way to die?"
"To be eaten alive." ~ Night of the Living Dead (the 80's remake)

Maddds California

Final Destination!!!! (Original)
Love that movie!!

Dustin Phoenix Arizona

The original Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

That movie was the most frightening to me for a couple reasons,
one being that Leatherface is this unstoppable killing machine who
wears the face of his previous victims while preying on the next.

If he doesn't hack you up with a friggin CHAINSAW, he tortures and
mutilates you until you wish he had.

The second reason, and why I thought the original was more frightening
than the re-makes, is that the movie had something about it that made
it seem very real to me.

I was scared because there were moments when I actually felt like I
was there.

Renee Syracuse New York

Hands down, for me, Carrie. The first one.

I kept trying to catch it on cable when I was 10 or so, but my
mom always caught me. Finally, when I was 12, it was on cable,
and I watched the whole thing.

I was so scared, I ended up making my brother (7) wait outside
in the carport with me, because if we stayed in the house, Carrie
was going to get us. Mom was not amused.

October 26  
   Kelly Rowan
The actress and producer was born in 1965 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. She is most
remembered for her starring role opposite Samuel L. Jackson in the Warner Bros./Mel
Gibson-produced thriller One Eight Seven (1997). Kelly is that rare talent who seems to
move effortlessly from the big screen to the small screen. Other film credits include As-
sassins (1995) with Sylvester Stallone and Antonio Banderas and Hook (1991) with Dus-
tin Hoffman and Robin Williams. More recently, Rowan did the independent film Mount
Pleasant (2006).
Kelly has also made an impact in the television arena. She starred opp-
osite Peter Gallagher in the smash hit series "The O.C." (2003), for which she won a 2006
Prism Award for her performance dealing with her character's substance abuse. She app-
eared in the first season of "Boomtown" (2002), in addition to starring in the miniseries A
Girl Thing (2001) (TV) for Showtime and the award-winning Anya's Bell (1999) for CBS.

When not on screen, Kelly is also an active producer overseeing several motion picture pro-
jects in development in the United States and Canada. More recently, she produced and
starred in Eight Days to Live (2006) (TV) for Lifetime Television and CTV and is filming her
second production for both networks entitled In God's Country (2007) (TV), for which she
also serves as an Executive Producer.Kelly is engaged to media mogul David Thomson.
They planned to marry before the end of 2007. Billionaire Thomson, 50, is said to be the
10th richest man in the world.

Birthday's today:
Dylan McDermott, Natalie Merchant, Holly Woodlawn, Pat Sajak,
Bob Hoskins, Jaclyn Smith, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Bootsy Collins, Jeanne Zelasko,
Mike Hargrove, Ralph Bakshi, Gil Heredia, Aaron Kwok, David Was, D.W. Moffett,
Rita Wilson, Maggie Roche (Roches), Keith Hopwood (Herman's Hermits), Pat Conroy,
Kevin Sullivan, Mark Sweeney, Keith Strickland (B-52's), Ted Demme (R.I.P.)

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Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

     *Please spell the title correctly

Gaby Berlin Germany


Fight of the identities...outcry of the identities - frightful!
Hope nobody is inside me. ;)

For children generally. Each fairytale is cruel!

Marie Atlanta Georgia

The Exorcist was so scary. I was only 14 when
it came out and remember trying to watch it at some friends
house, but had to leave the room.

I can still hear that horrible voice saying
Your Mother Sucks **** in Hell!!!!  lol

Keren Stroud United Kingdom

Ok, where do we start?!

As a teenager I watched a Nightmare On Elm Street, and that
scared me to death. The thought of someone coming for you
whilst you slept!

Hadn't watched a horror film from then til last year!!!!!!

Then watched ....Wrong Turn, The Grudge, The Ring, Saw2,
The Hills Have Eyes, and another one the other night whose names
escapes me.

Have to say Wrong Turn scared me the most, with The Grudge a
close second.

I think the reason the Wrong Turn scared me is the fact it seemed so
realistic to me, apart from the weird looking hillbillies, but also the fact
people were being cut up and eaten...ewww, my heart was pounding all
the way through the film.

The Grudge scared me mainly due to the horrible noise the ghost thing
made through the film.

But all that said, I love Vampire films, but don't consider them horrors!

Perhaps I'm just a big girls blouse. lol

Nyrhee Mesa Arizona

The Andromeda Strain, and
The Poseidon Adventure.

As a child I was scared by things that could be real.
Not giant dinosaurs or spiders.

Charmaine Essex East United Kingdom

I bought 28 Weeks Later the other day.
I already own 28 Days Later.

When I first watched it, it kinda stuck in my head for a few hours
the possibility of somethin' like that happening.

Basically there's a breakout of a horrid virus that fills you with 100%
rage and it's highly contagous and just horrible.

I watched the latest outbreak of 28 Weeks with Robert Carlisle, and
it's more gory and even more disturbing than the first one!!

Absolutely wicked film, but has been stuck in my head ever since I
watched it!!

Other than that, I'd have to say The Ring. Top film!!

October 25  
   Tara MacLean
Tara MacLean was born on this date, 1973 in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada)
is a Canadian singer and songwriter. She was discovered by two Nettwerk employees on the
top deck of one of the Gulf Islands ferries singing with some friends.
She is the daughter of
accomplished actress, Sharlene MacLean and Danny Costain, a singer and dancer from British
Columbia. Was also influenced greatly by her step father Marty Reno, a songwriter/guitarist,
best known for his recording work with Canadian recording star Gene McLellan.
On May 24,
2002 Tara Maclean's sister Shaye Martirano died as the result of injuries suffered in a motor
vehicle accident earlier that day on the Trans-Canada Highway in St. Leonard, she was aged
26. As a tribute, Tara collaborates with Kim Stockwood and Damhnait Doyle to form Shaye.
Their debut album "The Bridge" was released in October 2003 on EMI Music Canada. "Happy
Baby" the lead single, was nominated for Single of the Year at the 2004 Juno Awards and won
the Canadian Radio music award. This was followed up by "Beauty" in January 2005. They rep-
resented Canada at the World Expo in Nagoya, Japan that Spring.
Their 2006 follow up, "Lake
of Fire" was released on EMI Music Canada. It was exclusively available on iTunes in November
2006, then released physically in February 2007. The album was promoted with an enclusive
download single, "Lake Of Fire" in November 2006. After the album's physical release, another
single, "You're Not Alone" was released. The album is Zero footprinted (www.zerofootprint.net)
which means that virtually all of the materials used to create the CD have been put back into nat-
ure by planting trees and restoring watersheds. Shaye is committed to promoting organ donation,
and the use of green energy with Bullfrog Power.
Tara third full length release Wake is scheduled
to be released in 2008. A 7 song EP titled Signs of Life was released digitally April 30th, 2007 on

Birthday's today:
Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Tracy Nelson, Bobby Knight,
Adam Goldberg, John Hall (Orleans), Perry Saturn, Roy Lynes (Status Quo), Midori,
Robbie Macintosh (The Pretenders), Dan Gable, Matthias Jabs (Scorpions), Dave Collins,
Marion Ross, Dan Issel, John Matuszak, Helen Ready, Glen Tipton (Judas Priest),
Jon Anderson (Yes), Melinda McGraw, Joanne Black, Anne Tyler, Billy Barty (R.I.P.)

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Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

    *Please spell the title correctly

Laura Ft. Wayne Indiana

The most frightening film that I think I've ever
seen was the Grudge.

Nothing gets me more than that stupid noise that kid makes, and
then to scare me further, my attic looks like the attic in the movie.

So now I won't go in 10 feet of it.

Gothwitch Liverpool England

I find most Julia Roberts movies to
be most alarming.

Acting as both an emetic and a sleep inducer simultaniously.

Jonathan: Ouch for Julia.

Mike Phoenix Arizona

Scariest Movie: Halloween, the Original.

The first time I saw the original Halloween I was eleven years old
and had a paper route. The movie came on one night on HBO
(before there was cable TV) and I watched it.

After the movie was over, this eleven year old boy had to go out in
the dark and deliver papers while everyone in the neighborhood was
asleep. So imagine how I felt, at eleven years old, going up the drive-
ways of peoples homes while their porch lights were out and having
that movie fresh in my head. Talk about an adrenaline rush!

What made it so damn scary was the combination of music and always
seeing him somewhere in the background. Every shadow I had seen
that night while delivering papers seemed to have a silhoutte of the
killer, Michael Meyers.

Bri Aberdeen Washington

Oh, the one I made in college when my boyfriend and
my roomates and I all got really drunk and...just kidding.

Probably Hostel. (If you haven't seen it it's about this place where
people can go and buy human beings to kill in any sick twisted fashion
they can come up with.)

The victims are mostly tourists who are tricked into going there by
promises of whatever works to get them there. The prices vary based
on nationality, looks, or whatever.

It's just really disturbing because it is so sick and really shows how evil
some people are. Even worse is these days you know it probably isn't all
that ficticious.

People are getting sicker and sicker, and it's sad that human life means so
little to so many. It just really leaves you feeling f*d up inside.

Jonathan: Yeah Bri, I've seen it. It was a piece of rubbish. Wouldn't watch
it again. Hear they are making a follow-up to it. Yuck!

October 24 
    Tila Nguyen
Singapore-born (1981), Houston-raised Tila 'Tequila' Nguyen has become a pop culture
sensation. She is one of the most popular personalities in cyberspace, breaking records
on the ultra-successful MySpace.com website, with a record breaking 1.4 million friends.
Raised in a Buddhist temple, the Vietnamese teenager soon rebelled against her strict
upbringing, developing into an out-spoken tomboy before being discovered by internatio-
nal magazine editors. Since then, this Texan beauty has graced the covers of numerous
magazines including Maxim UK and Stuff, was recently listed on Maxim Magazine's 'Hot
100' list for 2006, and is featured in Rolling Stone's 2006 'Hot Issue'. A musician at heart,
Tila's much anticipated debut release will be out later this fall, after finishing in the studio
with platinum and multi-platinum producers such as Lil Jon, Junior Sanchez and DJ Lethal.
A versatile artist, Tila has made numerous television and film appearances, also including a
cameo opposite Adam Sandler in the Universal Pictures feature "I Now Pronounce You Chuck
and Larry." Her 'Tequila' nickname originates from a near fatal drinking experience. Ironically,
Tila is allergic to alcohol. Was discovered by Playboy scouts in a mall.  Is a character in 'Street
Racing' for Xbox, PS2, and Gamecube. She is 3/4 Vietnamese and 1/4 French. Was the Sept-
ember 2007 entry in Stuff magazine's 2006-2007 pin up calendar. Now has her own reality
dating show on VH1 called "A shot at love with Tila Tequila"

Birthday's today:
Mary Bono, David Nelson, Rafael Furcal, F. Murray Abraham,
Bill Wyman (Rolling Stones), Raelee Hill, Nicole London, Ted Templeman,
Dave Meltzer, Ron Gardenhire, Daniel & Joshua Shalikar, Catherine Sutherland,
Arthur Rhodes, Kevin Kline, Dara Hollingsworth, Griffin O' Neal, Doug Davidson,
Alonzon Bevan (Kula Shaker), Y.A. Tittle, JP "Big Bopper" Richardson (R.I.P.)

Q of THE WEEK: Continues til October 31


Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

   *Please spell the title correctly

Jeannie Chula Vista California

Oh gee honesty.

F. E. A. R. is something that you face not run from.
Can't say I allow a movie to control MY inner self.

It shows lack of control.

Jonathan: Hmmm...another deep answer.

Eridani East Bay California

So many horror movies are just gore fests lately,
and that just isn't scary. It might gross you out or make you jump,
but it doesn't haunt you for weeks or months afterwards. It's like a
lame roller coaster ride through the haunted house at the fair. The
number of times the cat jumps out of the bookshelf/garbage can too
be intense. Music doesn't indicate a frightening movie, either.

That said, though...Alien has to be the movie that scared me most
when I first saw it. Well, that and the Exorcist, which I couldn't even
watch at all until a few years ago when I could pause it on the subliminal
images and stare at them until they didn't creep into my dreams anymore.
And, then it just wasn't as scary. If they remade it now, though...with the
kinds of effects we have now? THAT would be intense!

But in terms of movies that keep right on scaring you well after the fact,
Psycho comes to mind. And Silence of the Lambs. The later Hannibal
movies, though... *sigh* eh, let's just say they should have left it alone.
It was scarier before they tried to explain him.

Jonathan: Okay, this has got to be one of the best responses so
far Eridani. Very intelligent explaination. Thanks

Kashlee Phoenix Arizona

Rest Stop. This show was frightening
to me when the guy bit off the girls finger.

Monika Seattle/Spokane Washington

The sacriest as a child of mine was Trilogy
of Terror!!

After the movie, my 'so loving mother' tormented me with a
hand puppet! This gave me nightmares FOREVER!

Now, the movie as an adult would have to be the Hellraiser
series. It's scary, for it could actually....be... ;)


October 23 
  Jasmin St. Claire
The well known adult film star was born Rhea Alexandria Devulugt in 1970 in St. Croix, U.S.,
Virgin Islands on this date.
Jasmin St. Claire has been called "America's Most Controversial
Sex Symbol," and there never seems to be a dull moment when this olive-skinned native of
the Virgin Islands is around. Growing up in New York City, she received her early education
at such private institutions as Brooklyn Friends, Anglo American, and McBurney before mo-
ving on to college. She attended Schiller University in London and finished up at Columbia at
age 20. After graduation she taught French in an afterschool program for children of incarc-
erated parents and later worked at the foreign trade desk of an investment bank before fall-
ing into show biz. With a background that includes posing for "Penthouse" magazine, working
in the adult entertainment industry and producing pro wrestling shows, she hasn't shied away
from controversial or outrageous statements or activities. Frequent guest on the Howard Stern
& Jerry Springer shows, she's earned a reputation as one of the most outspoken women in the
adult business, a trait that has earned her as many admirers as critics. She appeared in Comm-
unication Breakdown (2004), co-written by actor Dan Lashley and director Richard O'Sullivan.
Speaks French, German, Spanish, Italian, and sign language. Last year hosted a heavy-metal TV
show called "The Metal Scene" and is also the host of her own DVDzine series called "Metal's Da-
rkside", where she interviews a variety of "extreme" metal bands and plays uncensored music
videos. Graduate of Columbia University.

Birthday's today:
Sam Raimi, Ang Lee, Keith Van Horn, Michael Crichton, Pele,
Jim Bunning, Anita Roddick, Dwight Yoakum, Chi Chi Rodrigues, Doug Flutie,
Beatie Edney, Kaleena Kiff, John Lackey, Jessica Dunphy, Dimitri Arliss,
Jordan Christopher, "Weird" Al Yankovic, Al Leiter, Diana Dors (R.I.P.)

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Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

  *Please spell the title correctly

Space United Kingdom

Anything in BLACK and WHITE!!! Goes back to
my childhood!

If the last thing I saw on a Friday or Saturday night was in
black and white...specifically remember The GLASS BOTTOMED
with...I think Doris Day.

I may be wrong 'cuz it was in black and white. It gave me really
nightmares! Oooooh yeah, and the BLACK & WHITE MINTSTREL
show on the radio Sunday afternoons.

Freaked out me as well!!!

Otherwise...I'm quite SANE!

Jonathan: Doris Day is correct. Still trying to figure out what was
'bout that? ;-) Now I have watch it. lol

Johnny Payson Arizona

Gates of Hell !!!!

Or Communion depending on my mood.

Gloomy Phoenix Arizona

I still think the scariest movie ever is
The Exorcist.

I've only been able to watch it all the way through once in my
adult life. I've probably heard it half a dozen times while peeking
through my fingers.

I guess I find it so frightening because it has to do with the devil.
If the devil can possess an innocent child then all of us are at risk.
It also doesn't hurt that it's loosely based on a true story and that
the entire shoot was racked with problems and considered cursed.

They had to have the set blessed! I can't even watch it on regular TV
without having to turn the channel. It still scares the hell out of me!

Rikki Tempe Arizona

Most Frightening Movie: Secret Societies on the
History Channel. Real life horror business!!!!!

That's pretty deep Rikki.

October 22  
   Catherine Deneuve
Catherine Fabienne Dorl�ac was born in 1943, in Paris, France. Her parents were actors. She
made her movie debut in 1957, when she was a teenager and continued with small parts in
minor films, until Roger Vadim gave her a meatier part in Vice et la vertu, Le (1963). But her
breakthrough came with the excellent musical Parapluies de Cherbourg, Les (1964) in which
she gave an unforgettable performance as a romantic middle-class girl who falls in love with
a young soldier but gets imprisoned in a loveless marriage with another man; the director was
the gifted Jacques Demy who also cast Deneuve in the less successful Demoiselles de Rochefort,
Les (1967). She then played a schizophrenic killer in Roman Polanski's Repulsion (1965) and a
married woman who works as a part-time prostitute every afternoon in Luis Bu�uel's master-
piece Belle de jour (1967). She also worked with Bu�uel in Tristana (1970) and gave a great per-
formance for Fran�ois Truffaut in Sir�ne du Mississipi, La (1969), a kind of apotheosis of her "fri-
gid femme fatale" persona. In the 1970s, she didn't find parts of that caliber, but her magnificent
work in Truffaut's Dernier m�tro, Le (1980) as a stage actress in Nazi-occupied Paris revived her
career. She was also very good in the recent epic drama Indochine (1992) for which she earned
her first Academy Award Nominaton (Best Actress). Although the elegant and always radiant
Deneuve has never appeared on stage, she is universally hailed as one of the "grandes dames"
of French cinema, joining a list that includes such illustrious talents as Simone Signoret, Jeanne
Moreau, Isabelle Huppert, and the younger Juliette Binoche. Chosen by Empire magazine as one
of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#38) in 1995. Ranked #89 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The
Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list (October 1997). She is a class act even today as she turns 64.

Birthday's today:
Shaggy, Jeff Goldblum, Carla Dunlop, Brian Boitano, Tony Roberts,
Leslie West (Mountain), Christopher Lloyd, Charles Keating, Cutei "Yumi" Suzuki,
Michael Fishman, Jonathan William Lipnicki, Zac Hanson, Ichiro Suzuki, Dory Previn,
Lee Meredith, Annette Funicello, Bobby Fuller, Shelby Lynne, Stiv Bators (R.I.P.)

Q of THE WEEK: Continues til October 31


Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

 *Please spell the title correctly

Angiy Glasgow Scotland

Hey Handsome! :) Ok, would have to say

Solely due to the fact there was a toy clown that came to life
and it scared the utter crap outta me cuz I had one EXACTLY the
SAME!! :(

Not to mention, my dad thought it would be oh so funny to take
my clown doll and run it up the doorway while I was in bed trying
to get to sleep.

I was 8-years old. I'm still in therapy over this...HA! :)

Jonathan: I think I might have mentioned this further down the
the original Poltergeist was scary in many spots. :-)

Beth Buffalo New York

As an adult I would have to say the most
frightening film I ever subjected myself to watching was
the Exorcist.

Way too many freaky, gory, graphic images for me to digest
in one sitting.

Couldn't fall asleep that good after viewing it! Yikes!!!!!

Samantha Grimsby United Kingdom

As a child - Salems Lot.

Geoffrey Lewis' eyes scared me soooo much!!

Great Vampire movie. Have a sketchy memory of it and
haven't seen it for many years, but it's my first thought
when asked 'scariest movie?'

As an adult I've seen many many scary films but the one
that stayed with me for a while was Darkness Falls about
the Tooth Fairy except not so sweet!!

Once you see her, she has to come for you and can only get
you if you step into darkness.

Didn't like to be in the dark for a while afterwards!

October 19  
    Tava Smiley
Actress and reporter/presenter was born in 1971 in Theodosia, Missouri.
Tava was named for her mother's maiden name. Appeared in a Lexus
Christmas commercial in 2006. Has been covering world premieres of films
for the Fox Movie Channel for quite some time. Has had small roles in over
30 television shows dating back to 1993. She is  quickly emerging as one of
Hollywood's  most versatile talents.  She�s the new  host of HGTV�s I  Want
That! Kitchens and is the sideline reporter for VERSUS�  PBR. Most recogniz-
able for her long-standing role as the eccentric Chloe Morgan on the daytime
drama General  Hospital, Smiley's additional television credits  include appear-
ances on Beverly Hills 90210, Nash Bridges and Walker Texas Ranger, among

Birthday's today:
Jon Favreau, Amy Carter, Ty Pennington, Evander Holyfield, Peter Tosh,
John Lithgow, John "Joe Bob Briggs" Bloom, Karl Wallinger (World Party), Keith Foulke,
Tony Lo Bianco, Antoine Trousers, Anne Golden, Jeannie C. Riley, Benjamin Salisbury,
Dan "Woody" Woodgate (Madness), Nino Defranco (Defranco Family), Cyndi Thomson,
Carolyn Bishop, Joe McEwing, Robert Reed (R.I.P.), Harris Glenn "Divine" Milstead (R.I.P.)

New Q of THE WEEK: *Continues til October 31


Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

    *Please spell the title correctly

Scroll down to see all responses so far

Maz United Kingdom

I think it was a film called RATS. I'm totally
scared to death of rats, spiders, and snakes, but this film
was really scary as they were chewing people to death.

YUKKKKKKKKKKKKK, but I found myself watching it.

How crazy am I?  hahahah

Maz xxxxxx

Pinky Netherlands

My answer is The Fountain.

Frightening by own approach itself. It changes dimension,
and immerges you in the whole of human's faults.

Mandy Essex, East United Kingdom

Hi Jonathan. I did see this in a bulletin the other
day and have thought about it long and hard!

As a child it would have to be Jaws, not the scariest thing on earth
I know but, if anyone says they haven't had a quick nervous look
round when swimming in the sea well then they are lying!

As an adult it would have to be The Grudge! I know some won't find
this scary, but my sister and I were walking down the stairs of a multi-
story car park after watching this film and got amazingly freaked out
by a women walking behind us, so much so we ran out screaming!

I know, we are idiots.  lol!

Keep up the good work my friend!

Shawn Manahattan Kansas

My parents took me to the drive-in with them
to see Halloween when it premiered in theaters.

Michael Myers scarred me for years. I love the movie and yet
grew up terrified of Michael.

Even now, when someone pulls off a great Michael at Halloween
time...it's hard for me to be around them.

John Carpenter's, Halloween...one of theeee best and scariest
flicks ever!

October 18   
   Lisa Chappell
Award winning actress was born on this date in 1968 in Auckland, New Zealand. Lisa
also grew up in Auckland, New Zealand. After playing the spoilt brat Chelsea on the
New Zealand TV series 'Gloss, she moved to Sydney to complete the journey. She
then won the role of Claire on McLeod's Daughters. After three years she decided it
was time for a change and was written out when her character's jeep plummeted
off a cliff, taking her to her death. She then moved on to a guest role in Stingers.
She won two film awards for "McLeod's". Met her husband Chris Taylor at fellow
McLeod's Daughters actress Rachael Carpani's (Jodi) 21st birthday party. Released
an album in 2005 titled "When Then Is Now". She also was a cast member of "Hercules:
The Legenday Years" as 'Melissa Blake' between 1995-1999, and as 'Bronwyn Kellet in
"City Life" (1996-1998). Lisa appeared as the 'mum' in the movie "Crossbow" in 2007.

Birthday's today:
Jon Favreau, Amy Carter, Ty Pennington, Evander Holyfield, Peter Tosh,
John Lithgow, John "Joe Bob Briggs" Bloom, Karl Wallinger (World Party), Keith Foulke,
Tony Lo Bianco, Antoine Trousers, Anne Golden, Jeannie C. Riley, Benjamin Salisbury,
Dan "Woody" Woodgate (Madness), Nino Defranco (Defranco Family), Cyndi Thomson,
Carolyn Bishop, Joe McEwing, Robert Reed (R.I.P.), Harris Glenn "Divine" Milstead (R.I.P.)

New Q of THE WEEK:


Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

   *Please spell the title correctly

Lore Phoenix/Hollywood

The first scary movie I ever saw
was JAWS.

I could not swim alone in my own pool after that!

Trudy Cardiff Wales, United Kingdom

Hi J :)  I don't think I've ever found a movie
that's frightened me as such, but I definitely think that the
Saw series have got to be ones that certainly make you think
harder and are definitely gripping and just a little gory. :p

As the series develops it gives you a peek into the minds of
murderers, and helps you to see how to them life twists things
and they develop these unsavory tendencies.

The film's also offer a deeply graphic look into this field and keep
you gripped and entertained with the constant twists in the story
and the final shock discovery in the end.

I'm definitely excited about the 4th installment of the film which is
due for release in the week coming up to Halloween...and will be
booking my tickets promptly. :)

Much love....T xo

Jonathan: "A little gory"? Trudy, can you say heavyly gory! I've
all 3 so far, and will probably the 4th. Very heavy films. ;-)

Loretta San Diego California

Hi Jonathan! Definitely The Exorcist!!!

That is the only movie that still freaks me out when I watch it.
I can't watch it alone and when I do watch it, I'll get spooked
easily when home alone!


Jonathan: Loretta, that is still a classic!

October 17   
   Gemma Atkinson
Model Gemma was born in 1984 in Bury, Greater Manchester, England. Has done cover
shoots for magazines such as Nuts, Zoo Weekly, FHM, and Maxim. A huge fitness fan as
she goes to the gym daily as well as boxing classes twice a week. Also an actress, She
played the role of  Lisa Hunter on "Hollyoaks: In The City" (2006), and "Hollyoaks: Let
Loose" (2005). As well as the same role on "Hollyoaks: After Hours" (2004), and from
the original "Hollyoaks" in 1995. She started very young. In 2007 Gemma played herself
on the show "Soapstar Superstar", and she has also appeared on various other Television
shows as herself. Keep an eye on Gemma as her career progresses.

Birthday's today:
Marshall "Eminem" Mathers, Wyclef Jean, Ziggy Marley, Sam Bottoms,
John Rocker, Michael McKean, Steve McMichael, George Wendt (NORM!!), John Mabry,
Margot Kidder, Alan Jackson, Connie Ann Hearn, Danny Ferry, Vincent Van Patten,
Angela Kramer, Gary Puckett (Union Gap), Robert "Evel" Knevel, Shauna O' Brien,
Allen West, Brooke Richards, Earl Thomas Conley, Bob Seagren, Vicki Hodge, Natalie NG

New Q of THE WEEK:


Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

  *Please spell the title correctly

Lorrie Ann Salt Lake City Utah

The most disturbing movie I think I have
ever watched is called Dirty Sanchez.

It is the U.K's more extreme version of Jackass.
Lets just say that
when you purchase the DVD it comes with a Barf Bag!

I have a pretty strong stomach and not much grosses me out or
suprises me, but this definately got me to actually turn away from
the TV a few times.

It contains acts such as liposuction while awake, and then the fatty
remains are eaten by one of the guys (it was not his fat, it was his

I do believe I have been damaged for life by viewing this film. Not
for the faint of heart or for people with weak stomachs!

Jonathan: That was a strange film Lorrie Ann.

Anna Swansea, Wales United Kingdom

Jaws. For frightening the life out of me as a
small child.

My friend told me that there was a chance that Jaws would
swim to the sewers and appear in the toilet.

I was too scared to go for ages! I am also afraid of swimming
in the sea for the same reasons.

Jonathan: Anna, you are the first of a few that have mentioned
Jaws. I have to admit, yeah, that was pretty heavy when it first
came out.

Roxie Los Angeles California

I'm torn between 2. Both of these movies changed
me forever in some way.

The Exorsist
. We all saw that one...I still sleep with a light on.

And Jaws freaked me out. Whenever I go in the ocean it crosses
my mind.

There was a time I would go skinny dipping in the ocean with my
boyfriend and it was so romantic with a full moon.

Never again...that ruined that. lol

Jonathan: Oh yeah Roxie, Linda Blair was freaky in that.

October 16  
   Suzanne Somers
She might turn 60 today, but she is still a striking looking woman for her age. She was born
in San Bruno, California in 1946. When she was 16 she hit her father over the head with a
tennis racket to stop his abuse during a drunken rage. He suffered a concussion, and did not
speak to Suzanne for 2 years.
In the early 1970s, she landed minor roles in film and TV, and
finally won a role on the series "Three's Company" (1977), where she modeled her character
after Dick Clark's wife. She married Alan Hamel in 1977. She was fired from the series after
she asked for a raise at the beginning of the fifth season. She then headed to Las Vegas, where
she performed extensively in the mid-1980s. In 1986, she began writing her autobiography,
"Keeping Secrets", which was later made into a TV movie. In 1991, Suzanne landed the role of
"Carol Foster", opposite Patrick Duffy, on the TV series "Step by Step" (1991). Since the end of
that show, she has begun co-hosting the series "Candid Camera" (1992). Associated with the
Thighmaster exercise device. In January 2007 her Malibu seafront home was burned to the
Released of her autobiography, "Keeping Secrets" in 1988. Released of her book, "Age-
less: The Naked Truth about Bioidentical Hormones". Host of an infomercial for her "FaceMaster"
facial toning system this year. She also has her own website, and continues to be quite a business
women to be admired. Hasn't really acted since the late 90's.

Birthday's today:
John Mayer, Tim Robbins, Tim McCarver, Barry Corbin, Tony Carey,
Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Bob Weir (Grateful Dead), Manute Bol, Paul Kariya,
C Fred Turner (Bachman-Turner Overdrive), Bob Mould (Husker Du), Jeremy Jackson,
Angela Lansbury, David Zucker, Melissa "Missy Hyatt" Hiatt, Dave DeBusschere,
Michael Ty Lo, PJ "Justin Incredible" Walker, Charles W. Colson, Heather Campbell,
Jermaine Lewis, Wendy Wilson (Wilson Phillips), Nico (Velvet Underground R.I.P.)

New Q of THE WEEK:


Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

 *Please spell the title correctly

Marina Zaporozhye Ukraine

I think it's Phantasm - 1979

If this one doesn't scare you, you're already dead!
When he says "oh boy" - I shake like a leaf!

Jonathan: Phantasm still rocks even now! Awesome flick.

Inga Nashville Tennessee

Well, not much frightens me now...and I'm sure if
I saw the movie that scared me when I was young today, I would

It wasn't even a popular movie...ha ha, Parasite.

The odd thing is now, I love scary, "B" Movies. That is my favorite
thing. Love them!

Jonathan: Me too Inga. There is a whole channel devoted to "B" movie's
The B MOVIE channel on cable. I had it in Los Angeles. They don't have
it here in Arizona. :-(

Dyan Newcastle United Kingdom

Well...I think it was the first HELLRAISER.

I remember bein' so so scared the first time I watched it. I had
never seen anything as gruesome and as real as that before!

But, I watched it a few weeks ago and was laughing at it! ha ha!

It's not even scary now, tho so I look like a wuss!

One of my fave films of all time is Sixth Sense. Now that's wot
I call a film!

ha ha x

That was a great one when it first came out Dyan. And,
Sixth Sense was brilliant and one of my favorites.

October 15  
    Sandra Kim
Sandra Kim was born as Sandra Caldarone in Li�ge, Belgium, on this date in 1972. She
became a star when she won the Eurovision Song Contest in Norway in 1986 with the
song "J'aime la vie". She was only thirteen years old at the time. After her win, she
became a big star in Belgium, but she didn't score any hits as big as "J'aime la vie" any-
more, so the number of gigs fell down. In 1994 she married Olivier Gerard, but they div-
orced within the same year. She finally found love in the person of Jurgen Delanghe,
whom she married on Christmas Eve 2001. Although Sandra Kim is still singing, her best
years are definitely over. She's only booked for a couple of gigs every month, she says.

She currently lives in Zaventem, Belgium, together with her second husband Jurgen

Birthday's today:
Stacy Peralta, Tito Jackson, Eric Benet, Sarah Ferguson, Jim Palmer,
Penny Marshall, Barry McGuire ("Eve Of Destruction"), Brittany Love, Chris De Burgh,
Richard Carpenter (The Carpenters), Linda Lavin, Masako Katsuki, Jeffrey Jacquet,
Lynn Lowery, Tanya Roberts, Lee Iacocca, Devon Gummersall, Yoko Maki, Renee Jones

New Q of THE WEEK begins now!


Can be Horror, Sci-Fi, or gripping Drama.

Why was is it so scary? Describe it.

*Please spell the title correctly

Maggie East London England

I think it was The Mummy back in the '70s.
I was sooo scared, that I had to sleep with the light on for a
very very long time...ehm....I still do. :-D

Michelle South Yorkshire United Kingdom

Oi! Jonathan. It's not the movie of the
re-launch of the Spice Girls is it?

Haha, now that would scare the shit out of me.  lol :O

Jonathan: That's very funny Michelle! ;-)

Jessica Sandbach Northwest United Kingdom

The original Alien.

I had nightmares for weeks after it.

Rebecca Birmingham England

The first Poltergiest.

Jonathan: That is a good one Rebecca. A real thriller!

October 12  
   Susan Anton
The tall (5' 11 1/2") leggy model, actress, and presenter was born in Oak Glen,
California in 1950. Voted "Miss Murial" in the 1970s. Viewers selected her from
two other ladies as the new spokesperson for Murial cigars. Miss California 1969.
Listed as one of twelve "Promising New Actors of 1979" in John Willis' Screen
World, Vol. 31. In 1980 Susan was nominated for a Golden Glode Award for "New
Star (Female) For The Year In A Motion Picture" for "Golden Girl" (1979). She also
has the distinction of being nominated for a Razzie award for "Worst Supporting
Actress" for her role in "Cannonball Run II (1984). She played the role of 'Jackie
Quinn' on "baywatch from 1992-1994. Credit her for roles in many television shows.
She is probably most known for appearing as herself on TV and being a presenter
on numerous award shows.
Recorded an album in 1980 called "Killin time" which
was released in Japan under the title "Foxy", earning her a Gold record. She had a
Top Ten Country Hit in 1980 with "Killin' time" a duet with Fred Knoblock. The song
crossed also over to the Pop Top 30.
Susan debuted in Feb. 2006 for a run as Velma
Von Tussle in the musical "Hairspray" at the Luxor Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.
This year has been appearing in the Broadway Across America touring company of
"All Shook Up."

Birthday's today:
Hugh Jackman, Kimberly Hoskins, Chris Wallace, Emma Greenwood,
Pat DiNizio (Smithereens), Jane Siberry, Sid Fernandez, Christianne Eastwood, Yu-Mi Kim,
Stan Hansen, Luciano Pavarotti, Sam Moore (Sam and Dave), Jose Valentin, Anne Perry,
Dick Gregory, Rick Parfitt (Status Quo), Tom Blomberg, Jeff Keith (Tesla), Tony Kubek,
Daliah Lavi, Jo Ann Willette, Nancy Kerrigan, Samantha Winward, Kirk Cameron


Here's your opportunity to let others know who you think is awesome.
 A musician or band.

Write a brief reason why others should know about them.

Tamera Kansas City Missouri


Meet MASSDRIVER () from Oslo, Norway!!!

I have A LOT of band and musician friends on myspace, and they
all rock in their own individual ways. However, I've found the guys
from MASSDRIVER are more personable than some of the others.

As we all know, most bands don't even maintain their own profile
page. 13" (Morten) and PetterJ do! They also do all their own graphics
...on top of writing, arranging and producing all their music!!!

So if you like electo-everything, check them out and add them!!!
MASSDRIVER is your friend...and mine!!!

Thanks for another great Q!!! Love ya J!!! xxx

Lynn El Mirage Arizona


This is an easy one for me Jonathan! My favorite myspace artist

CRUSHED has a long history in the Phoenix music scene and they
still sound like a band just getting started!

CRUSHED has released a new CD, My Machine, which is a combination
of metal, goth and industrial sheen. It's kind of like they knew what the
listener was looking for long before the listener even knew.

And, I thought that the arrangement of the songs had a unique way of
grabbing your attention and holding it throughout the entire CD.

The best thing to recommend about CRUSHED is the matchless vocalizing
of Mark Lauer, who to his credit never over-sings anything and sounds
just as good live as he does on the CD. Really!

Jo Jo Okeechobee Florida


A Tribute to the Band I Love

I have always placed music as one of the most important aspects of
my life. My first experience loving the sound of music was when I was
five and after listening to my mother play the piano and my father play
the accordion together I was able to walk up to the piano and just play
the song my mother was playing to her amazement.

I can hear and feel the tones inside me. To learn piano and guitar came
easy and I believe it is this way because I DO FEEL it.

I love alot of different genres of music, as they all have their place and
create their own type of sound. To me, music has that same uniqueness
that people have, so to me its all beautiful.

It was back in 1998 when I first heard, I mean really heard the band KoRn,
when they played "Freak on a Leash" on the radio. Something about their
sound, as unique as it is, got to me. They reached the very core of my soul
with their unique sound and lyrics. I knew then that this was a band that I
needed to experience live.

I finally did see them live in 2000 for their "Sic n Twisted" tour, and what I
had thought about them was confirmed for me that night.

They have a raw, driving sound that to me resonates so deep inside that it
helps release all that pent up tension that I feel from day to day stress.

Their lyrics are quite deep and personal that I hadn't felt that kind of genuine-
ness with a band since STP. Some will say KoRn sold out. I say that they have
evolved and matured and the nature of their music and lyrics reflects what
their lives are about today. =]

*I wasn't going to run this originally. They are such a known band. Most of
the others the past two weeks are more unknown. But- due to your passion
Jo Jo, I found it refreshing. Good job. -Jonathan

October 11  
   Constance Zimmer
The very funny Constance was born in Seattle, Washington in 1970.
She started her acting
career in high school productions and fell in love with the craft. After graduation, she deci-
ded to auditioned for the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. Zimmer and
the entire cast of "Good Morning, Miami" (2002) have become fund-raisers for the AIDS
Project Los Angeles, Tuesday's Child and The American Cinematheque and plenty of others,
using her newfound celebrity status. After appearing in some national commercials("Dura-
cell", "Triscuit", "Budweiser"), numerous TV guest spots ("The Fighting Fitzgeralds" (2001),
"The King of Queens" (1998), "Seinfeld" (1990) and "The Wayans Bros." (1995)), she finally
found steady work, success and a loyal fan legion with "Good Morning, Miami" (2002). She
won the "Best Actress" Dramalogue Award in the Los Angeles play "Catholic School Girls".
She became a partner in the store opening of House of Petro Zillia on Third Street in Los Ang-
eles the summer of 2006. You will know her as 'Claire Simmons' from "Boston Legal",  and
also as 'Dana Gordon' from HBO's "Entourage". Expecting her first child, due December 2007.
Father is Russ Lamoureaux.

Birthday's today:
Claudia Black, Sally Magnusson, Luke Perry, Joan Cusack, Dawn French,
Sean Moyinhan, Kelly Martin, Natalie Jay, Petra Hayden (Decemberists), Cherokee Parks,
MC Lyte, Derek Lowe, Emily Wood, Frank Muyser (Les Baroques), Daryl Hall (Hall & Oates),
Catlin Adams, Dottie West, Jon Moss (Culture Club), Dmitri Young, Ron Leibman, Amos Gitai,
Anna Choy, Orlando Hernandez, Blair Cunningham (Haircut 100), Leslie Landon, Jon Miller


Here's your opportunity to let others know who you think is awesome.
 A musician or band.

Write a brief reason why others should know about them.

*Important; include their myspace www.myspace.com/ (name)

No bands pimping themselves will be accepted.

Janice Middletown Ohio



Joey is a very good friend of mine. He has been in a band and
just recently left to pursue a solo career.

I personally think he made the right choice.

If you are a fan of acoustic music and if you like simple, yet
original lyrics, check out his profile.

He has a song up called "Orchid". You won't be disappointed.

Cherry Salt Lake City Utah


My favorite artist that I found via myspace is called M!SS CRAZY.

They are based out of San Francisco, CA. I have seen them play
here in Salt Lake twice.

Bri Aberdeen Washington


Bear Gulch! Montesano, WA. Not a trace of doubt or
hesitation...these guys kick so much ass, they need
no further promotion.

Check it out - you'll be amazed!

Sam Peoria Arizona


I normally listen to hard rock or 98 KUPD, but the lead singer
of Vixtrola, her voice just hypnotizes me especially "Enduser"
and "Never Again".

That is who I think U should play some time.

October 10  
   Anita Mui
The incredible pop singer and actress would have been 44 years of age today. Born in Hong
Kong in 1963, she was known as the Madonna of Asia.
With a career that began in her early
childhood, Anita was the queen of Hong Kong's pop-music industry. After she won a singing
contest in 1983, her life as a pop-singer began. In the early stage of her career her image
was a little bit tomboy and sexy (which was the reason she was called the "Madonna of Hong
Kong"), and some of her songs were considered too risqu�, with one of them, "Bad Girl", act-
ually being banned for airplay due to its suggestive content. She started her acting career at
about the same time, usually starring with Anthony Chan in such films as Huai nu hai (1986)
and Yi qi liang fu (1988). Other acting partners included Jackie Chan and Leslie Cheung. Both
her singing and acting careers were a success. She had won a couple of "Best Female Singer"
awards in the mid-'80s and her acting career's climax was winning "Best Actress" (both Gol-
den Horse in Taiwan and Hong Kong Film Award) in 1987 for Yin ji kau (1987). In the early
1990s she announced her "half" retirement from the singing industry. She was also a founding
partner in"Orient Star" (copycat of Planet Hollywood) restaurant with Jackie Chan, Alan Tam
and others. Had an affair with Jackie Chan until Chan broke it off in 1992. She passed away from
cervical cancer on December 30th, 2003. Many of her friends were with her in her last hours.
Was set to play the rebel leader Nia in Shi Mian Mai Fu at the time of her death. Out of respect,
the role was not recast and the character only appeared in one scene, played by an actress with
a similar body type to Anita's, whose face was covered. The film was also dedicated to her.

Birthday's today:
Julia Sweeney, Midge Ure (Ultravox), David Lee Roth (Van Halen),
Tanya Tucker, Jessica Harper, DJ Scribble, Mario Lopez, Jessica Shahriari, Brett Farve,
Peter Coyote, Chris Lowe (Pet Shop Boys), Martin Kemp (Pet Shop Boys), John Prine,
Greg Lake (Emerson, Lake, Palmer), Alan Cartwright (Procul Harum), Charles Dane,
Ben Vareen, Greg Douglas (Steve Miller Band), Eric Martin (Mr. Big), Riki-Lee Coulter,
Chris Penn (R.I.P.), Kirsty MacColl (Pogues R.I.P.), Daniel Pearl (R.I.P.)


Here's your opportunity to let others know who you think is awesome.
 A musician or band.

Write a brief reason why others should know about them.

*Important; include their myspace www.myspace.com/ (name)

No bands pimping themselves will be accepted.

Kimmie Phoenix Arizona


Hi Jonathan!!! Without a doubt my favorite myspace band

If the song "Glistening Waters" starts playing right away it
will just pull you right in.

It is such a strong, powerful, excellent well written and
performed song! They are not only great musicians but
really great people to boot! What more could anyone ask

U gotta go check them out! They are bringing back some good
Arena Rock-n-Roll!

I wish them all the best with continued success!

Jen Phoenix Arizona


My favorite MySpace Artist is RAZER! They are based out of
Phoenix, AZ.

These guys now how to rock out. They put on a hell of a live
show. RAZER is definately headed somewhere. Check 'em out!

Woody Prescott Valley Arizona


My very favorite myspace artist is Fabs.  I love Fabiola. I love
her style and I think her band is one class act.

I've taken a lot of flack for this but I'm a true fan. Sure her music
may appeal to the Britney crowd but the similarities end there.

Fabiola is a Goddess.

October 9   
   P.J. Harvey
Polly Jean Harvey was born in England on this date 1969. The daughter of a quarryman
father and an artist mother, Polly Jean, or PJ as she is more commonly known, was raised
on a sheep farm in Yeovil, Somerset. She learned to play a number of instruments as a child
(including guitar, saxophone, and violin) and also as a teenager played in several bands. After
much procrastination and self-doubt regarding her future profession (she was torn for quite a
while between her passion for music and her desire to become either a nurse or a vet) she ev-
entually, at age 21, formed the band dubbed "PJ Harvey" with bassist Steve Vaughn and drum-
mer Robert Ellis. The newly formed trio recorded their debut EP 'Dress' for very little money,
but the demos were good enough to get them signed to British indie label Too Pure who releas-
ed the EP in late 1991 (to enormous acclaim from the British music press.) PJ's first full-length
record was released the following Spring, again to lavish praise from the music press. The album
was released on the highly credible Island label in the US that same year. She has had so many
other albums and guest stints on others over the years. 
In December 2001 PJ was named the
Number 1 female rock star in history by Q magazine. Her trademark is black hair, red lips, and
her couture outfits. Ranked #55 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll. Wrote a song for
the late Jeff Buckley called 'Memphis'. It appears as a b-side on the 'Good Fortune' single (Nov.
2000). Was voted No.1 female rock star in history in a readers poll in British rock magazine Q in
2001. Madonna came in at number 2. She has a new single just released titled "When Under
Ether", from her forthcoming album White Chalk.

Birthday's today:
Al Jourgensen (Ministry), Sean Lennon, Nona Hendrix, Ina kamoze,
Robert Wuhl, Kenny Anderson, Tony Salhoub, Jackson Browne, Liz and Jean Sagal,
Tawny Roberts, Scott Bakula, Annika Sorenstam, Darius Miles, Mike Singletary,
John Lennon (R.I.P.), Peter Tosh (R.I.P.) John Entwistle (The Who R.I.P.)


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Jenni Dallas Fort Worth Texas


No matter what your favorite style of music is, you can't
help appreciate the talent that they exhibit.

They're a little bit funk, ska, reggae, & DMB influence.

Goth Witch Liverpool England


Everyone should listen to Little Name...good honest music!

Chrisy St. Thomas, Ontario Canada


That's easy...Simple Plan. They totally rock.
Love their tunes.

Another awesome Canadian Rock Band...Rock On!!!!!

AL Phoenix Arizona

AL RECOMMENDS: The Human Condition

Who I like is The Human Condition. You have a classic artist
that used to do thrash, Wiley Arnett of Sacred Reich.

But, now he has a new band with amazing vocals and a very
powerful band.

October 8  
       Emily Procter
Emily Procter is a native of Raleigh, N.C., born there in 1968 who attended East Carolina
University. "I tried to get in the theatre department", she says, "but it was full." After
graduation, however, she moved to Los Angeles and landed a number of small roles in
films such as Jerry Maguire (1996). "Then I got the chance to audition for "The West Wing"
(1999) and I got the part", she says.
Her father, William, was a general practitioner. Her
mother, Barbara, was a volunteer. They divorced when Emily was 2. She studied journalism
and dance at East Carolina University. Upon graduation she worked as the weather girl at the
Greenville CBS affiliate. She then moved to LA, where her father paid for 2 years of acting les-
sons. Fronts her own 80s cover band called, "White Lighten." She collects bugs as a hobby. Is
a model for Charriol. Although she plays a character with a very serious personality on "CSI:
Miami" (2002-2007), as 'Calleigh Duquesne' says that she is a very "silly, goofy" person in real
life. Personal quote; "It's not a bad idea to be single, so I can concentrate on my job."

Birthday's today:
Matt Damon, Sarah Purcell, Chevy Chase, David Carradine, Paul Hogan,
Gavin Friday (Virgin Prunes), Rona Barrett, Ce Ce Winans, Dylan Neal, Stephanie Marrian,
Roy Royer (Procol Harum), Tony Wilson (Hot Chocolate), Candy "Lo Hau-Yam" Lo,
Rev. Jesse Jackson, Robert "Kool" Bell (Kool and The Gang), Michael Dudikoff, Matt Biondi,
Princess Juliana Edenia, Ricky Lee Phillips, Johnny Ramone (R.I.P.), Art Barr (R.I.P.)


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Nyrhee Mesa Arizona


Awesome! Wickedly amazing mastery of musical skills. It is
obvious when a musician really has an affinity for their

The guitars and bassline are melodic and intriguing. The vocals
are articulate and eloquent. The drums form a perfect symbiosis.

I usually only put one CD of each artist in my MP3 player but
these guys have definitely earned space for all their works.

Liu Liu Riverside California


This has been the most difficult question for me to answer so far.
I know a good amount of the artists on my "Friends List", so this
was an impossible decision.

I finally narrowed it down to one artist/band...Dizzy X.

They are both unique and relevant. Two very difficult attributes to
possess. I hope I don't make any enemies over this, but they stood
out above all the rest.

Boo United Kingdom


His producers are in the next room and who produced
my tracks.

You must listen to him, he is full on Electro Rasta.

Annie Long Island New York


I'm nominating CASS DILLON! Roxie (see below) pretty much
said it all.

I'm a concert junkie and I love all kinds of music BUT Mr. Cass
Dillon is by far the most amzing talented new artist!

His voice is tranquilizing and his lyrics are genius and he puts on
one phenominal show. He definetely gets ur adrenaline pumping!

Whatcha waitin' for? GO...GO ! Trust me, you'll love him!!!

October 5   
   Kate Winslet
The award winning actress was born in Reading, Berkshire, England in 1975. Her parents
Roger Winslet and Sally Bridges-Winslet were both stage actors, maternal grandparents
Oliver and Linda Bridges ran the Reading Repertory Theatre, and uncle Robert Bridges was
a fixture in London's West End theatre district -- Kate came into her talent at an early age.
She scored her first professional gig at 11, dancing opposite the Honey Monster in a comm-
ercial for a kids' cereal. She started acting lessons around the same time, which led to for-
mal training at a performing arts high school. Over the next few years she appeared on stage
regularly and landed a few bit parts in sitcoms. Her first big break came at age 17, when she
was cast as an obsessive adolescent in Heavenly Creatures (1994).
The role that transformed
Winslet from art house attraction to international star was Rose DeWitt Bukater, the passion-
ate, rosy-cheeked aristocrat in James Cameron's Titanic (1997). Young girls the world over
both idolized and identified with Winslet, swooning over all that face time opposite heartthrob
Leonardo DiCaprio and noting her refreshingly healthy, un-emaciated physique. Winslet's perf-
ormance also garnered a Best Actress nomination, making her the youngest actress to ever
receive two Academy nods. Won Best Spoken Word Album for Children, Grammy Awards, sh-
ared with Graham Greene (2000). Has very large feet and wears size 11 shoes.
Chosen by Pe-
ople (USA) magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world in 1996. Has sung in 5
of her films. Bought a home in New York City. Her main home, however, is in Cotswolds, England.
Her performance as Clementine Kruczynski in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) is
ranked #81 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time (2006). As of 2007,
she is the youngest actress to rack-up 5 Oscar nominations. As of this year Kate is Official Cel-
ebrity Spokesperson for Lanc�me. Personal Quote; In 2002 she had this to say about doing nude
scenes: "I like exposing myself. There's not an awful lot that embarrasses me. I'm the kind of
actress that absolutely believes in exposing myself."

Birthday's today:
Bernie Mac, Nicky Hilton, Guy Pearce, Brian Johnson (AC/DC),
Sir Bob Geldof (Boomtown Rats), Russell Mael (Sparks), Troy Luccketta (Tesla),
Leo Barnes (Hothouse Flowers), Inna Churikova, Shell Kepler, Scott E. Weinger,
Sandra "Puma" Jones (Black Uhuru), Rex Chapman, Mario Lemieux, Grant Hill,
Lee "Kix" Thompson (Madness), Jeff Conaway, Karen Allen, Clive Barker,
Steve Miller (Steve Miller Band), Peter Ackroyd, Brian Connolly (Sweet)


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Shirls Marske-By-The-Sea, Northeast United Kingdom


Hi Jonathan. My Favorite myspace Artist is James Arthur.

He is a young 19 year old solo artist, from the North East of
England. I'm sure you will be hearing lots of this guy over
the next year.

Rose San Bernardino California

ROSE RECOMMENDS: Dreams Of Damnation

Dreams Of Damnation. AWESOME! Met them. Really nice folks.
Went to a get together, and still chat to them.

The singer is a woman with an awesome voice! 

I have to say they are the best Heavy Metal group, and they put
on a great show! Jim (lead guitar) is the best!

Holly Nashville Tennessee


I manage Resident Hero because I am one of their biggest fans.
I love their music!

I find each member of the band endearing with each's own varying
Ryan White's solo acoustic performance is as compelling
as the one with his full band. His music is the blood flow of life for
him and you can see it in the intensity of his playing, singing and

I have watched him move audience after audience of a thousand people
or more in towns the band has never played before with his songs and
charismatic presence paired with his sharp sense of humor.

In a time where the music business is very unstable, Resident Hero's
music and Ryan White's delivery is something that makes me want to
take that risk of putting in a lot of time and sweat equity to promote and
do artist development on something I believe so strongly that others
will enjoy.

October 4  
   Alicia Silverstone
Alicia was born on this date, 1976, in San Francisco, California, the youngest of 3 children
to Monty Silverstone, a real-estate investor, and Didi Silverstone, a former flight attendant.
Alicia's career began at the tender age of six when her dad took some photos of his young
daughter, which eventually led to her getting several television commercials. After a guest
spot on "The Wonder Years" (1988) as a literal "dream girl" she moved on to movies. She
landed a role in The Crush (1993), a sort of Fatal Attraction (1987) for teenagers in which
she portrayed a disturbed young girl obsessed with an older man. The nasty little role didn't
impress the critical establishment but it wowed its target audience: teenagers. In fact, the
role won her the 1994 MTV Movie Award for "Best Villain" and "Breakthrough Performance".
It is interesting to note that during the filming of the movie, Alicia became an emancipated
minor in order to get around child labor laws which would have interfered with her working
hours. She was a dedicated actress from early on. The film also caught the attention of Aero-
smith, who hired her to appear in a string of their music videos. The first of them, "Cryin'",
was voted the #1 video of all time on MTV. Silverstone was definitely a hit with the MTV crowd,
but larger commercial success still eluded her. That all changed when she landed the role of
"Cher" in Amy Heckerling's Clueless (1995). Cher was the antithesis of Alicia's role in "The
Crush; this time around she was a rich, naive yet endearing girl from Beverly Hills in search of
love in the 1990s. The film was a huge box-office hit and wowed both audiences and critics a-
like and demonstrated Alicia's strength and bankability. She was hailed as the woman of the
 hour, and branded the spokeswoman for an emerging young generation. She signed a deal
with Columbia Tristar worth $10 million and got the coveted role of Batgirl in the Batman fran-
chise. Also, as part of the package, she got a three-year first-look deal for her own production
company, First Kiss Productions. The first film released by First Kiss was Excess Baggage (1997).
Voted one of the "Fun and Fearless Females" by Cosmopolitan Magazine (2002.)

Birthday's today:
Heather Tom, "Stuttering" John Melendez, Anne Rice, Russell Simmons,
Heidi Van Horn, Mary Ellen Stuart, Michael Roman, Lori Saunders, Karen Tong, Tony Meo,
Jennifer Anglin, Armand Assante, Susan Sarandon, A.C. Green, Jon Secada, Nina Carter,
Meg Bennett, Gregg Hubbard, Jimmy Workman, Mike Adamle, H. Rap Brown, Sam Huff,
Charlton Heston, Dottie West, Jenny Arean, Kurt Thomas


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Space United Kingdom



OUTER WORLDLY UNIQUE! (Catch him on tour now!)

(Can you pass it on pleeeeeeeeeeeeease ;P)


SHEEEEEEEEEEET...what was the question?????????? ;p

Roxie Los Angeles California


Hi...I want to nominate Cass because not only is he smokin' hot...
and his music is awsome...but I have had the pleasure of meeting
him, and he is one of the nicest guys you could ever meet.

I have seen him perform and I have never seen one young man
with just his guitar fill a club with his presence and music like he

He is a powerful and entertaining performer, and I've seen many!!
His lyrics on his songs tell a story of real love...to human experiences
...we have all felt or thought. He is a born star!

Anna �rnsk�ldsvik, V�sternorrlands l�n Sweden


Michael is the best of them all. Check him out and listen!

October 3   
   Neve Campbell
Born in 1973 and raised in Ontario, Canada by a Scottish father and Dutch mother, Neve
first came to our TV screens in the hit Drama series "Party of Five" (1994). Described as
TV's most believable teenager, her first major film role came in the form of innocent vic-
tim "Sidney Prescott" in Scream (1996), the film which re-defined the slasher genre. Many
film offers came her way but, as she was filming "Party of Five" (1994) for nine months of
the year, the filming schedules often clashed. So in 2001, she announced that she was to
leave the award winning show to concentrate on a film career. Spreading through many
genres, her film credits to date include the romantic comedy Three to Tango (1999) along-
side Matthew Perry and the erotic thriller Wild Things (1998) with Denise Richards and Matt
Dillon, though she has turned to a more art house approach with the critically acclaimed Pa-
nic (2000) and, more recently, Last Call (2002) (TV), both directed by Henry Bromell. Voted
No.3 in EMPIRE (UK) magazine's 100 sexiest movie stars of 1998. One of People Magazine's
50 Most Beautiful People in 1998. On People (USA) magazine's '50 Most Beautiful' list of 2000.
In an interview, she said that her main beauty tip is, to keep your face looking thin, dip your
face into ice-cold water, complete with ice cubes, three times for six seconds each. But she
warned that she does occasionally have headaches afterwards. Along with David Arquette,
Courteney Cox, Liev Schreiber and Jamie Kennedy, she is one of only five actors to appear in
all three "Scream" films. Has British citizenship. She was March on FHM magazine's 2005 pin-
up calendar (2005). Neve still currently appears in films and television.

Birthday's today:
India.Arie, Amy Earhart, Ashlee Simpson, Gwen Stefani (No Doubt),
Tommy Lee (Motley Crue/Supernova), Jack Wagner, Keb' Mo', Maxx Payne, Gore Vidal,
Lindsey Buckingham (Fleetwood Mac), Pamela Hensley, Dave Winfield, Hart Bochner,
Frank Hannon (Tesla), Roy Horn (Sigfried and Roy), Chubby Checker, Dennis Eckersley,
Angela Molina, Al Sharpton, Madlyn Rhue, Fred Couples, Ronnie Laws, Greg Foster,
Eddie Cochran (R.I.P.), Stevie Ray Vaughn (R.I.P.)


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Anna Swansea, Wales United Kingdom

ANNA RECOMMENDS: Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong

My favourite band on Myspace are Joe Lean and the Jing Jang Jong.
They are an up and coming UK band who I saw recently supporting
Razorlight (who are also superb).

They have the potential to be true Rock and Roll stars with an attitude
to match. Not sure what the US audience would think of them, but as
a Brit I know they will be huge in the UK.

Laura Ft. Wayne Indiana


No doubt about it, he is definitely keeping it original, and his
music is undoubtfully wonderful.

Trudy Cardiff Wales, United Kingdom


Hi hun :D...my favourite 'unsigned' Myspace band at the mo, is
With Intent.

They have a lot of interest off some major record labels going on
at the mo and it won't be long before they're signed.

They hail from the Welsh Valleys and are one of the most talented
bunches of musicians that I've heard of in a long time. They were
even featured in Metal Hammer magazine as 'demo of the month'
last month, so here's looking to recognition for them, they deserve it!!

Check 'em out everyone, you won't be disappointed. :)

Much love...Trudy xo

October 2  
   Kelly Ripa
Kelly was born on this date in Stratford, New Jersey in 1970. She had been performing in
her senior high school play, The Ugly Duckling, when she was approached by her current
manager, Cathy Parker, who encouraged her to pursue acting. After attending New Jer-
sey's Camden County Community College, she performed in local theater productions be-
fore joining "All My Children" (1970) in November, 1990. Kelly has received nominations
for a 1993 Daytime Emmy Award and a 1993 Soap Opera Award. Kelly, is the first in her
family to enter the acting profession. During the 80s, when Kelly appeared on "Dance Pa-
rty USA" (1986), her career goal was to be a newscaster, and she often did "Dance Party
USA" cast news reports. You know her know as co-host of "Live with Regis & Kelly". She
married her "All My Children" (1970) co-star, Mark Consuelos, on May 1, 1996. They have
three children: sons: Michael Joseph, June 2, 1997; Joaquin Antonio, February 24, 2003,
and daughter, Lola Grace, June 16, 2001. Ranked as #85 in FHM's "100 Sexiest Women in
the World 2005" special supplement.
In September 2006, she was involved in two attempts
to break the Guinness World Record for Most Custard Pies Thrown in One Minute during seg-
ments on Live with Regis & Kelly. She was on the receiving end when NASCAR driver Matt
Kenseth initially broke the record with 17 pies thrown. The following day, Kelly herself bro-
ke that record, throwing 22 pies at Wilmer Valderrama. Ranked #85 on the Maxim magazine
Hot 100 of 2007 list. Kelly is a very big fan of Madonna. Who isn't?

Birthday's today:
James Root (Slipknot), Renee "Tiffany" Darwich, Lani O' Grady,
Lorraine Bracco, Richard Hell (Voidoids/Television), Donna Karan, Don McLean,
Phil Okey (Human League), Gordon "Sting" Sumner (Police), Trevor Brooking,
Neil Tennant (Pet Shop Boys), Michael Rutherford (Genesis), Francesca Dellera,
John Otway, Eddie Guardado, Beau Grayson, Jo-el Sonnier, Avaery Brooks, Anna Ford,
Roger Jett, Mark Rypien, Esai Morales, Jill Powell, Annie Liebovitz, Freddie Jackson


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Gaby Berlin Germany

GABY RECOMMENDS: Jaco Pastorious


Hi Jonathan.
My favorite artist on MySpace
and everywhere is...
Jaco Pastorius.

"The world's greatest bass player"

Lots of love-Gaby

Engel_Dust Norristown Pennsylvania


Scott Kroeker. He is a Canadian 7 string-Melodic-Guitarist
and his music is so melodic and peaceful that you can listen
any time you need to relax or feel down. It makes me want
to learn to play quitar, so I can play with him.

Well, people should know about Scott (especially rock music
fans) because his music is innovative, creative and his pieces
are easy to remember at the same time.

I don't come too often across music like his, that comes from
his heart and soul. If you like melodic quitar instrumental solos,
you need to listen to his albums.

And, buy them. His music is easy to understand and able to reach
listeners' emotions. I'll definately recommend him to anyone who's
into melodic rock, even melodic metal.

October 1  
   Cindy Margolis
Born on this date, 1965 in Los Angeles, California, this blonde bombshell is not only
known as the "Queen of the Internet", but also as a talk show host, model and act-
ress. It all started when Cindy was working on a project for a college business course
she was taking. She took her project idea of greeting cards further and launched her
own greeting card line, with Cindy as the cover model for the cards. Agents started to
ask about this greeting card cover girl, considering the fact that the company was a
hugh success. Cindy began to model and appeared in ads for Reebok, Vidal Sassoon,
Coors, Hanes and Sunkist. Cindy then moved on to television appearances on shows
such as "Married with Children" (1987), "Murphy Brown" (1988), "Baywatch" (1989),
"Baywatch Nights" (1995), In the Dark (1996) and "Head Over Heels" (1997) Her first
foray into television was as a "Barker Beauty", a hostess on the game show, "The Pr-
ice Is Right" (1984). Her popularity on the Internet started when she appeared on "Ex-
tra" (1994) in 1995. Since then, she has been named Yahoo Internet Life magazine's
"Queen of the Internet" from 1996-1999. She has been downloaded worldwide over 58
million times and has been inducted into The Guinness Book of World Records 2000 Mill-
ennium Issue, for having been downloaded 70,000 times in a period of 24 hours. For her
reign in the cyber world, Cindy will be featured in the New Ripley's Believe It or Not mus-
eums. Cindy Margolis is married to "Guy Starkman", who owns Jerry's Famous Deli. They
met on a blind date. 1999, Voted in the Guiness book of world records as the Most Down-
loaded woman ever. Margolis held the title until 2000 when her record was surpassed by
Danni Ashe. Now has three children, and she and her husband owns Guy's nightclub in
Hollywood. Occasionally appears on television.

Birthday's today:
Mandy Rice-Davies, Heather Hunter, Iiona Elkin, Sasha,
Cub Koda (Brownsville Station R.I.P.), Mark McGuire, Donny Hathaway (R.I.P.),
Esai Morales, Tara Buckman, Masato Nakamura, Harry Hill, Stephen Collins,
Jennifer Milmore, Kelly Willis, Nanci Chambers, Stephen Lord, Rod Carew


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Pil Copenhagen Denmark

PIL RECOMMENDS: Thomas Hartmann

Hi Jonathan! My favorite MySpace artist is of course
Thomas Hartmann. Not because he is my brother, but
because he simply is the best stand up-comedian in the
entire country.

Unfortunately he doesn't have any samples of his humour
neither in Danish nor in English laid out on his profile, but
he does perform various places around the world, like the
Edinburg-convention and stuff like that.


Keren Stroud United Kingdom


That's an easy one! The Mexicolas from Brum in England are
my fave Myspace group.

They are a 3 piece, Jamie on vocals, Tim drums and Del bass. I
have seen them twice, one of which was unplugged and they really
do know how to rock!

They write all their own music, live in a warehouse and record there
They are great guys, spent a while after one gig talking to them,
and they always talk to their fans online as well.

They are an up and coming band and just need that lil bit of luck to
break out into the world. They are just launching their single too, go
on check them out!!

*Keren, I have actually played them a few times on my shows.-JL