Michael Jackson’s This Is It (2009) – The Gloved One – MJ’s Wardrobe – Part One (1/2) – HQ

“Michael Jackson’s This Is It” Starring: Michael Jackson. Directed by: Kenny Ortega. Produced by: Randy Phillips, Kenny Ortega and Paul Gongaware. Cinematography: Kevin Mazur. Studio: The Michael Jackson Company, LLC & AEG Live. Distributed by: Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc. (Sony Pictures Entertainment) Release date: October 28, 2009 (United States) Niceties by: www.youtube.com Synopsis! “Michael Jackson’s This Is It” (commonly known as This Is It) is a 2009 American documentary–concert film directed by Kenny Ortega that documents Michael Jackson’s rehearsals and preparation for the concert series of the same name scheduled to start on July 13, 2009, but canceled due to his death eighteen days prior on June 25. The film is now the highest grossing concert movie and documentary in the history of cinema. The film consists of Jackson rehearsing musical numbers and directing his team, and additional behind the scenes footage including dancer auditions and costume design. The film’s director Kenny Ortega confirmed that none of this footage was originally intended for release, but after Jackson’s death it was agreed that the film be made for his fans. The footage was filmed at the Staples Center and Los Angeles Forum arenas in California. Despite originally being set for October 30, the film’s release date was rescheduled for October 28, 2009, due to a strong demand by Jackson’s fans. The film was given a wide worldwide release and a limited two-week theatrical run from
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“Adele Medley” – Alex Goot, Justin Robinett & Michael Henry

Free MP3 of this medley: bit.ly Tour dates + Tickets: gootmusic.com My music on iTunes bit.ly __________________________________ Check me out on DigiTour 2012 W/ Dave Days, Nice Peter, & more: March 7 | Los Angeles, CA | El Rey Theater | bit.ly March 9 | Las Vegas, NV | Hard Rock Cafe | tktwb.tw March 10 | Oakland, CA | New Parish | bit.ly March 11 | Tempe, AZ | Club Red | ticketf.ly March 15 | Houston, TX | House of Blues | bit.ly March 16 | Dallas, TX | Southside Music Hall | bit.ly March 18 | Orlando, FL | The Plaza Live | ticketf.ly March 21 | Vienna, VA | Jammin’ Java | bit.ly March 22 | Baltimore, MD | Sonar | bit.ly March 23 | New York, NY | Gramercy Theater | bit.ly March 24 | WestChester,PA – TheNote | ticketf.ly March 25 | Cambridge, MA | Middle East | tktwb.tw March 28 | Allentown, PA | CrocRock | ticketf.ly March 29 | Cleveland, OH | House Of Blues | bit.ly March 30 | Ann Arbor, MI | Blind Pig | bit.ly March 31 | Chicago, IL | Reggie’s Rock Club | bit.ly April 1 | Toronto, ON | Opera House | tktwb.tw April 4 | Lawrence, KS | Granada Theater | bit.ly __________________________________ “Rolling in the Deep”, “Someone Like You”, and “Turning Tables” cover / medley by Alex Goot, Justin Robinett & Michael Henry. Subscribe to Justin & Michael’s channel! youtube.com Find me on… Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com

slash solo – guns n roses – michael jackson

gnrplanet.blogspot.com At a time when pop was dominated by dance music and pop metal, Guns N’ Roses brought raw, ugly rock & roll crashing back into the charts. They were not nice boys; nice boys don’t play rock & roll. They were ugly, misogynist, violent; they were also funny, vulnerable, and occasionally sensitive, as their breakthrough hit “Sweet Child O’ Mine” showed. While Slash and Izzy Stradlin ferociously spit out dueling guitar riffs worthy of Aerosmith or the Stones, Axl Rose screeched out his tales of sex, drugs, and apathy in the big city; bassist Duff McKagan and drummer Steven Adler were a limber rhythm section that kept the music loose and powerful. Guns N’ Roses’ music was basic and gritty, with a solid hard, bluesy base; they were dark, sleazy, dirty, and honest — everything that good hard rock and heavy metal should be. Guns N’ Roses released their first EP in in 1986, which led to a contract with Geffen; the following year, the band released their debut album, Appetite for Destruction. They started to build a following with their numerous live shows, but the album didn’t start selling until almost a year later, when MTV started playing “Sweet Child o’ Mine.” Soon, the album shot to number one and Guns N’ Roses became one of the biggest bands in the world. By the end of 1988, they released GN’ R Lies, which paired four new, acoustic-based songs with their first EP. Guns N’ Roses began to work on the follow-up to Appetite at the end of 1990. In October
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