Michael Bergin as Jack "JD" Darius.
CREDIT: PHOTO TAKEN FROM THE SHOW'S OFFICIAL BAYWATCH HAWAII SITE
[NOVEMBER 01, 2004]
DAVID HASSELHOFF IN REHAB PROGRAM
David Hasselhoff was ordered to attend an alcohol treatment program for six months after he pleaded no
contest a drunk driving charge on Thursday, October 28, 2004. The charge was for driving under the influence
after being stopped in Los Angeles in June. David was not at the court hearing. He was represented by his lawyer, who
entered the plea on his behalf.
The judge also ordered David was fined $390, license restrictions, is to perform 200 hours of community service
and was given three years probation.
PAMELA NEW SPOKESPERSON FOR 'THE LIP SOLUTION'
Pamela Anderson is now the new spokesperson for The Lip Solution by Dr. Veronique Simon.
The lovely actress says that she uses it throughout the day to bring her tired lips back to life applied over the serum. Pamela's
already full lips made her the perfect choice for the project.
5 NEW PAMELA POSTERS AVAILABLE!
Go To Her Official Site To View Them
has 5 nice new 2005 posters
available. You can go in to view them at www.pamelaanderson.com
and while you're there, catch up on the latest news about the actress.
[OCTOBER 10, 2004]
DAVID CHARVET TV APPEARANCE
David Charvet will appear on Star Academy Show, October 15, 2004 on French TV. You French fans out
there, check your local listings for day and time.
DAVID HAS RELEASED NEW ALBUM
3rd Album Drawn From Experiences
has a new twelve-song album that was produced in London and released on October 11, 2004
called Se laisser queique chose.
It has an English pop sound. The first single from the album is Je te dedie,
out on October 25, 2004.
The collection is only released in France, but you can go in to listen to the
song among others and view the music video on David's own Offical Website at www.davidcharvet.com
. There, you can sign up for his newsletter to stay up to date with his projects.
[SEPTEMBER 28, 2004]
THE BEACH BOYS' BRIAN WILSON RELEASES 'SMILE'
Released 38 Years Later After Original Recording Project Started in 1966
The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson released
his new album, a rock opera called Smile, after initiating the project 37 years ago. It was released on Tuesday,
September 28, 2004. Back in 1966 Brian wanted to make an album that would knock everyone's socks off. He came up
with a rock opera called Smile-something to compete with British boy bands-especially The Beatles. With
music he wrote and lyrics by Van Dyke Parks, he began recording the project in 1966. Great publicity surrounded
the recording project.
However, there were too many obstacles
to overcome. Brian had a nervous breakdown, decades of regeneration and other problems. The project was shelved and those
recordings sessions became legend as the most famous album never to be released. Some of the songs that was to be on
the album ended up on other albums in the late 1960s which included favorites Good Vibrations, Surf's Up, Heroes
and Vllians, 20/20. About a year ago, Brian started to reconstruct the project, he and Van Dyke Parks got back together
and finished Smile. He recorded and performed the material again and decided to try to produce a live version of
Smile with his current band. He performed Smile live in London at Royal Festival Hall on February
20, 2004. There was an overwhelming standing ovation. The performance got outstanding reviews and press.
The rock opera has 17 songs divided into three parts-each anchored by an origial
Smile session hit from the 60s-Surf's Up, Heros and Villians and Good Vibrations. Others included
are Vege-tables', which was originally recorded without the dash in the title, Our Prayer and Wind Chimes.
Some of the songs have revised lyrics. It was reported that aside from the album, Brian and his band will be performing Smile
live in limited number of venues in the next few weeks.
[SEPTEMBER 14, 2004]
LOU RAWLS HONOREE FOR LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
10th Annual Awards Gala Hosted by TVIFMF
The 2004 Temecula Valley International Film & Music Festival (TVIFMF) announced Lou Rawls
for the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 10th annual Awards Gala. The event took place on Sunday, September
12, 2004 at Wilson Creek Winery. The other 2004 honorees included: Film composer/Musician, Trevor Rabin;
Famed Photographer Michael Childers, Director Jonathan Lynn and Dean of USC School of Cinema-Television,
Dr. Elizabeth M. Daley.
The Lifetime Achievement Awards have been part of the TVIFMF since inception in 1995.
The TVIFMF was held September 8-12 at The Movie Experience 10 at
Tower Plaza. Its 10th anniversary event showcased the best in film and music from the US and around the world.