Mon, 6 November 2006
News, a Celebrity Interview, we tweak the Stupid Knob and Viewer Mail!
Shawn Pelton, The Saturday Night Live Drummer
Grand Theft Auto
When it comes to making music, most of us take access to computers and software for granted. But, what if you were to lose your sight? How would you continue to pursue your passion? One man who is making sure this is possible, and will continue to improve, is Tim Burgess. He's quit his day job to pursue improved access for the blind in the music industry. We sat down to talk with Tim and get more information on this important issue.
Kevin Federline - aka KFed - aka Mr. Britney Spears aka Cletus - has just released his rap album Playing With Fire. His album is available on Amazon.com, which allows customers to post comments
3) Tim Burgess
4) Tommy from Form & Fracture Records
Q: What was the first song to achieve diamond download status? (That's one million digital downloads.)
A: Gwen Stefani's Hollaback Girl. By November 2005, it had sold over one million downloads.
Dennis McFall was the first one with the correct answer, as well as a very cleverly Photoshopped picture that has Gwen whispering into Al's ear. However, Dennis has already won a copy of Guitar and Drum Trainer, so this week's prize goes to the second person to answer correctly, and that's Trevor Brooks! Congratulations Trevor!
Also coming in on the heels of Trevor with the right answer was Andy Bullock and Tony Butterworth, from the Homemade Hit Show.
See you next week!
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