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DVD of this Concert NOW AVAILABLE (UK Nov 2003)
was the mega launch party for Pixelon.com's new Internet video network. Proceeds
from The Who's performance enabled the band to finance there planned charity
shows that followed. Dubbed "iBash '99" the 10 hour event was broadcast
live over the Internet via Pixelon's and VH1's sites. Though the event featured
numerous artists like the Dixie Chicks, Sugar Ray, KISS, Brian Setzer, THE WHO
was the headliner!
Pete, Roger, and John, along with John "Rabbit" Bundrick and Zak Starkey turned in a killer set featuring:
This concert was finally released on DVD in Europe and Japan in 2003 as The Vegas Job: The Who Reunion Live In Las Vegas. It was due out in the US around the same time, was delayed until 2004, and now seems tied up in litigation (2004).
FINALLY - this sees release in the US on Nov 7th 2006 as "The Who 20th Anniversary Reunion Concert (1999)"
Who related sections on Kathy's Zak Starkey Site:
Quad Hyde Park and MSG * Quad USA '96 * Quad Europe '97 * Quad USA '97
Who's Serious? * Daltrey Sings Townshend * Who convention '95
Pete's Olivier Award Party * John Entwistle's The Rock * Pete's 98 solo gigs
* Who 1999 shows * The Who 2000 * Tony Ashton Testimonial Show
* The Who 2001 * The Who 2002 * The Who 2003 * The Who 2004 *
* The Who 2005 * The Who 2006 *The Who 2007 *
* The Who 2008 *The Who 2009 *The Who 2010 *The Who 2011*
* Kathy's Simon Townshend Pages *
** Note that the original incarnation of
Pete's Official Website (launched Oct 1999) was shut down by Pete on Jan 28,
retail site - Eelpie.com
remained up and running and assumed some of the announcement duties.
www.petetownshend.co.uk (.com) was re-launched on June 10, 2002, with a WHO section in his "projects" area of the site, and once again became the official outlet for Who Tour and Release info, stories, pictures, sounds and video. At this time, most all of the "Pete's official site" content referenced on my pages for 2000 through early 2002, cannot be viewed at eelpie.com or the new petetownshend/who site , although an archive of former pt.com materials was said to have been in the works.
Saturday, September 16, 2006
Created: September 17, 1999
Copyright © 1999 - Kathy VanTassell