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The Week Ahead on the Web

November 23, 2000


Country--10 a.m.: The other country female trio, SHeDAISY, chats about its upcoming Christmas album.

Gospel--Noon: The great Al Green, the Clara Ward Singers and the L.A. Gospel Choir teamed up for a performance recorded in Los Angeles this year. Just the thing to liven up Thanksgiving cooking.

Rock--6 p.m.: Neil Halstead and Rachel Goswell were the core members of the early 1990s British trance-pop band Slowdive. Their current band, Mojave 3, plays an acoustic set for this Webcast.


Pop--11 a.m.: Madonna chats. But there will be a lot of competition to get your question answered. See Tuesday for a live concert from the material mom.

Movies--Noon: Disney presents scenes from "102 Dalmatians" and recorded interviews with cast members.

Movies--1 p.m.: As they did in "The Sixth Sense," director/screenwriter M. Night Shyamalan and actor Bruce Willis team up for "Unbreakable." Samuel L. Jackson is also in the cast. Scenes from the movie, as well as interviews, will be featured.


Rock--Noon: Stroke 9, a band that took its name from a line in T.S. Eliot's poem "The Wasteland," concerning "a dead sound on the final stroke of nine,"

Tech--Noon: Host Michael Main's chat show, "Computer Connection," is billed as being user-friendly, even for non-techies.


Hip-hop--Noon: Chuck D's Rapstation and the House of Blues present a concert featuring Slum Village, Bahamadia, Pace Won and Master Foul.


Gaming--4 p.m.: Michael Crichton's novel "Timeline" has been turned into a computer game just in time for the gift season. The popular author will chat about it and about his career in eneral.

Health--5 p.m.: The gURL Web site sponsors a chat by Dr. Nancy Logue, a clinical psychologist who specializes in the treatment of eating disorders.

Pop--6 p.m.: The again-reunited Go-Go's (they first broke up in 1984 but then did a few tours in the 1990s) are back in the studio and working on the group's first album in 15 years. All the original members of the band will be on hand for this chat.


Pop--Noon: Madonna does her first Internet concert. Live from London, it will also include performances by Liam Howlett, Richard Ashcroft and Texas.

Rock--5 p.m.: A concert by Phish that was recorded this year in Las Vegas.

Pop--6 p.m.: David Lasley, a backup singer to James Taylor since 1977, has also had several of is own songs performed by artists ranging from Aretha Franklin to Bonnie Raitt. He stepped into the limelight with his own album, "Back to Blue-Eyed Soul," which he discusses at

Rock--8 p.m.: If you can't make it down to the Santa Monica Pier to hear a live performance by he grunge band Everclear, you can catch it live on the Web.


TV--5 p.m.: Keri Russell, the star of "Felicity," chats about her role on the TV series as a houghtful college student.


--Compiled by DAVID COLKER

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