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Web Week

March 01, 2001


Classical--11 p.m.: If you are a Dvorak fan, don't miss the grand finale of the Hong Kong Philharmonic's season. Lynn Harrell will perform the Cello Concerto.


Rumba--3 p.m.: "Rumbafrica" harmonizes and dances to classic Congolese rumba and the nonstop beat of modern soukous music.

Jazz--10 p.m.: Lou Rawls, known for his smooth, resonant voice, will perform live with his group at the North Sea Jazz Festival.


Reggae--Noon: J-Love, a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, gets his inspiration from artists such as Steely Dan and Earth, Wind and Fire. His first CD was released last April. Check out J-Love on this Webcast, recorded Sept. 9 at the House of Blues Sunset Strip.

Fashion--3 p.m.: Joan Rivers and daughter Melissa will offer an acerbic post-mortem on the Grammy glamour and style. The winners of the E! Online fashion show also will be announced.


Hockey--noon: The Buffalo Sabres of the Eastern conference will skate against the Western conference Dallas Stars in this audio-only broadcast.

Chat--8 p.m.: Jamie-Lynn Sigler, also known as Meadow Soprano, will be online for a chat immediately after the season premiere of "The Sopranos." Find out what she really thinks about her modern suburban mob family.


Chat--8 a.m.: Matt Fox and Shari Hiller will discuss decorating ideas that won't cost you an arm and a leg. Click Design & Decorating, and look for Room by Room.

Chat--6 p.m.: Laurie King will be live in the Readers & Writers chat room to discuss her soon-to-be-released book, "Folly.", click on books. Membership is free.


R&B--Noon: What more can be said for the prominent and prolific duo Ashford & Simpson. The pair have gone gold three times and have written works for Ray Charles and many Motown artists such as Diana Ross and Gladys Knight. Don't miss their Webcast, recorded Oct. 2 at the House of Blues Sunset Strip.

Chat--1 p.m.: Here's a chat for champagne connoisseurs. Lettie Teague, wine editor of Food & Wine magazine, will discuss everything from Dom Perignon to lesser-known champagnes on Yahoo.


R&B--3 p.m.: To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the hit recording "What's Goin' On," Washington, D.C., musicians will pay tribute to Marvin Gaye.

Chat--4:30 p.m.: Spend some time with Edward Burns, the actor/director of "15 Minutes." This also is your chance to ask him about his previous work in "Brothers McMullen." AOL subscribers can access by going to keywords "AOL live."

Interactive music--7 p.m.: Eclectic rock band Solomon Grundy will headline "Backstage Pass," a monthly interactive online show. Fans can log on, listen and ask questions.


--Compiled by KATHLEEN BRADY

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