Thursday, December 09, 2010

Controversy Over The New Michael Jackson Album

There is so much controversy over the new  MICHAEL Album, Just before the Hold My Hand single was to be released some of the Jackson's came forward and stated they do not believe the songs the Casio family presented for the album was Michael singing and that caused quite a stir in the MJ fan community. Teddy Riley the producer of the Casio tracks stated that he doesn’t consider that the Jackson's are lying about the songs but that they just don’t know because they were not close or in studio with him in during his latter years.

We know that is true. They were not very close for many years. They including Michael were all busy with life, traveling tending to their own careers or it was a personal choice.. but they barely seen each other let alone live together to see and hear what Michael was creating in the studio. I’m not saying Michael never spent some time with them on different occasions but they were not as close as some Jackson's would like us to believe. I’m not implying they didn’t love each other very much. We don’t know all the ins and outs of their personal relationships with each other except that he kept in close contacts with his mother Katherine.

The Casio family were quite close to Michael over the years and were referred to as his second family by Michael. His family of Love. They have been very loyal to Michael over the years and there home was a safe haven for him and his children. They never exploited their relationship with him. After his Trial in 2005 Michael invited them to Bahrain to spend Christmas with him and his children. Michael even lived with them for 4 months in 2007. The Casio family seems very credible to me based on their history with Michael. I cant even fathom they would create fakes songs to try and profit off them and defile Michaels musical legacy.

I really don’t like all the attacks against the Jackson's by some fans for questioning these 3 trackss in the first place. We all have to admit they do sound very different. But I do believe Teddy Riley when he states they were over processed vox, melodyne heavy (which by the way could distort the vibrato) by the Casios and their wasn’t much he could do about it.. But Teddy does believe the voice is Michael and he also believes in the songs and that Michael wanted them to live. He wants Michael to shine in and live for the world again on The MICHAEL Album.

SONY and the Michael Jackson Estate are  Streaming the whole Michael Album on for free so the whole world can listen and judge for themselves

Michael Jackson - Hold My Hand Video ft. Akon

Acclaimed film director Mark Pellington shot “Hold My Hand” in California with a diverse array of real Michael Jackson fans as its cast. In the video, Pellington tells the story of the song through a collage of images of both Michael and Akon as well as people representing Michael’s legacy, shining a light on the aura left behind by King of Pop.

As he describes, “The video is a tribute to all that Michael stands for -- life, in all its, and its power.... A video of memory, healing and joy.”

Pellington’s clip accomplishes exactly what fans love about Michael Jackson– simple but powerful messages such as that in the song’s opening line

This life don’t last forever.”

HOLD MY HAND Video Michael ft. AKON

Friday, December 03, 2010

Exclusive: Michael Jackson New Album "MICHAEL" TV Trailer

I Love this NEW Trailer.
Its so magical how they brought Michael's Album cover to life.
Great Promotion for the MICHAEL Album. Beautiful

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Dr. Murray Charged in Michael Jackson's Death Back in Court Today

Dr Murray was scheduled for a status hearing Tuesday afternoon  before Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael Pastor.  Murray, who has been charged with involuntary manslaughter in Jackson's 2009 death, is expected to attend the hearing

Todays hearing is scheduled to receive updates on the attorneys' preparations for Murray's preliminary hearing, which is scheduled to begin in January. During The upcoming Preliminary hearing in January, the judge will determine if  there is enough evidence for the Murray to stand trial.

Update on Todays Status Hearing

After emerging from a 45 minute in chambers meeting with Judge Pastor and Dr. Murray's attorneys, the District Attorney, David Walgren, said he expected the hearing would last for about 10-15 days.

"This is a must go counsel on January 4th," Judge Pastor said.

Judge Pastor also asked for "counsel to submit a stipulation by November 4th, 2010 about the handling of certain forensic evidence."

It wasn't specified what the evidence was or which lawyers would be submitting the documentation.

Dr. Murray submitted to a waiver that would allow his preliminary hearing to be interrupted once it began.

Judge Pastor said, "Dr. Murray has an interest in the preliminary hearing. The Jackson family has an interest in it, as others do."

Saturday, October 16, 2010


Elementary School’s Most Famous Alum Recognized for His Musical Legacy
Los Angeles Unified School District Press Release

October 15, 2010

Los Angeles — The silver, foot-high letters gleam once again, proclaiming The Michael Jackson Auditorium at Gardner Street Elementary School in Hollywood.  It is the last public school attended by Jackson—then an 11-year-old sixth grader — who was the lead in a singing group with his brothers.  Three months after school started, Motown released their debut album “Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5.”  And, the young entertainer was on his way to becoming an international star. 

“It’s important for the District to value the artistic impact and humanitarian contribution that will be the lasting legacy of Michael Jackson,” said Los Angeles School Board member Steven Zimmer. I’m happy that we will be recognizing and appreciating Michael’s LAUSD moment.”  

The sign was originally unveiled at the then newly-refurbished auditorium in 1989.  However, when the King of Pop was charged with child molestation, the sign was covered with layered board.  For the record, the entertainer was never convicted.  After his death last year fans began a campaign to have his name revealed. 

At the direction of Los Angeles Unified School District Superintendent Ramon C. Cortines, the tribute was uncovered today.  

“In recognition of Michael Jackson’s musical legacy and contribution to modern culture I have directed our maintenance and operations department to remove the layered board covering the tribute to Mr. Jackson at Gardner Street Elementary School in Hollywood,” said LAUSD Superintendent Ramon Cortines. 

Sunday, October 10, 2010

The Not Guilty Verdicts in the Michael Jackson Case:

Was Justice Served, or Thwarted?
Wednesday, Jun. 15, 2005

The jury in the Michael Jackson child molestation case has spoken, acquitting the pop star on charges that the star molested a teenage cancer survivor who briefly resided with him between 2002 and 2003.

Jackson was cleared of ten charges in all. They included four counts alleging he molested, or attempted to molest, the then 13-year-old accuser; four counts alleging he'd plied the boy with alcohol; and one count alleging he'd conspired to hold the boy and his family hostage at Jackson's sprawling Neverland Ranch.

The case began with a confident forty-six-year old Jackson dancing for fans on the roof of an SUV. But it concluded with a sullen slip of a man shuffling slowly away from the courthouse; Jackson seemed not jubilant to have won his freedom, but exhausted and spent.

So what happened? Is Jackson a wealthy celebrity defendant who was able to buy freedom for a price? Or is he a product of a justice system that, on occasion, actually works?

In this column, I will discuss how the case against Michael Jackson may indeed go down in history -- not as a case that went wrong, but one that went right.

The verdict essentially vindicates the King of Pop, ending what has been described as a long-standing vendetta between Tom Sneddon, the Santa Barbara District Attorney, and Jackson himself. And it resolved this vendetta the right way: In Jackson's favor.

When It Comes to Evidence, Quantity Can't Make Up for Lack of Quality
The evidence against Jackson was copious in quantity, but very poor in quality, and that's what led to the jury's acquittal.

There was virtually no physical evidence. There was no chilling confession. So the prosecution based its case on testimony - calling eighty-five witnesses, and dragging in allegations of molestation that were nowhere to be found in its indictment.

Thursday, September 30, 2010


Anyone Remember "MEET THE FAMILY" Youtube channel and all the GREAT
 MJ celebrations we had.  Please check the vids below I think you will enjoy them :)

All the fans would decorate their channels and make video's for our celebrations _Vindication day, Valentine day Michael's Birthday Etc etc. and gather in the Meet The Family Chat stream to celebrate.

I (Qbee) would make the videos invitations and  (Ramss70) would make the videos featuring all the fans who joined the family. We were such a happy family then.  I hope you enjoy

These are just some of our celebrations

Whooooooooo Whoooooooo Victory PARTY Invitation 2008

Meet the Family_ Vindication Day _ June 13 2008

Meet the Family HAPPY BIRTHDAY MICHAEL :) 2008

Meet The Family Holiday/ Christmas Invitation 2008

Meet the Family MERRY CHRISTMAS MICHAEL :) 2008

Meet the family 1

Meet the family 2

Meet the family 3

Meet the family 4

Meet the family 5

Meet the family 6

Meet the family 7

Meet the family 8


Friday, September 03, 2010

Tribute to Michael Jackson by André Rieu & Carmen Monarcha

One year ago today our Dear Michael was laid to rest at  Forest lawn Cemetary (Holly Terrace).  I want to feature this beautiful André Rieu tribute in his memory  #MJsHeart

Tribute to Michael Jackson by André Rieu, performed at Maastricht Vrijthof in July 2009, featuring "Ben" (instrumental) and "Earth Song" (Carmen Monarcha

Anjelica Huston

Anjelica Huston on Michael Jackson
Actress Anjelica Huston met Michael Jackson working on Captain EO, Francis Ford Coppola’s 3-D movie that was shown at Disney theme parks.

I met Michael on the first day of rehearsal, and I was stunned  even though, obviously, I knew his image very well  at how incredibly sweet and how modest and how innocent he was. And fragile too. In person you felt he was almost breakable. But then this thing happened when he would start to work: your heart would beat faster and the hair on your arms and the back of your neck would stick up as he literally took your breath away. I think he was the most electrifying performer I've ever seen.
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Sunday, August 29, 2010

Happy 52nd Birthday Michael Jackson

Happy Birthday Michael. Sometimes I find myself speechless since you left us so I express my love for you in my graphics and videos.  My words just don't seem adequate to express the great love I have for you.  Only God knows how very much I miss you.  I love you  "For All Time"  Mickie/Qbee

Moon so bright, night so fine
Keep your heart here with mine
Life's a dream we are dreaming

Race the moon, catch the wind
Ride the night to the end
Seize the day, stand up for the light

I Want to spend my Lifetime Loving you

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Michael Jackson Doctor's Pre-Trial Set for 2011

Conrad Murray is finally getting his day in court, but it won't be until 2011 -- some 19 months after Michael Jackson died of prescription medication overdose under his care.

Judge Michael Pastor set Jan. 4, 2011, as the preliminary hearing date in Murray’s manslaughter trial. Pastor made the announcement in front of Murray, who was in court Monday morning in a brown suit and red tie.

Sitting at the defense table, Murray seemed to actively avoid the gaze of Joe and Katherine Jackson, Michael's parents, who were also present. The hearing lasted a mere 20 minutes.

A late October status hearing was also set in anticipation of Murray's preliminary hearing. The January preliminary hearing is a virtual mini-trial to determine whether there's enough evidence to move forward.

As they’ve done in the past, a large contingent of Michael’s admirers -- easily in the hundreds -- and followers showed up at the downtown courthouse, including some who said they came from as far as Russia. They’ll have plenty of chances to air their grievances next year, as the actual trial is expected to stretch deep into 2011.

Murray pleaded not guilty to charges of involuntary manslaughter back in February. If found guilty, he could face up to four years in prison.

At that Feb. hearing, Judge Keith Schwartz stopped Murray's ability to administer certain sedatives like Propofol directly to patients in the states of California, Texas and Nevada. Propofol has been cited as the principal cause of Jackson’s death last June, though a number of medications were found at his rented Los Angeles home.

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Saturday, August 07, 2010

Jackson brother to attend tribute gala for King of Pop - The Saratogian Entertainment: Serving the Saratoga Springs, N.Y. region (

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Michele Riggi has kept details of the annual National Museum of Dance gala under wraps. It is almost as mysterious as its honoree, the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.

This week, Riggi, who is chairing the event, leaked a few “surprises” for the Aug. 14 gala and the induction ceremony at the museum Aug. 15.

She confirmed that Marlon Jackson, one of Michael’s brothers, will attend to accept the honor on behalf of the late pop star. Brother Tito is a maybe.

An A-list of guests and performers promise an elegant event, though most details have been kept secret for the museum’s biggest fundraiser of the year. Even the décor is a mystery. “I want it to be a surprise,” Riggi said.

Among the celebrity guests saluting Jackson’s amazing career are The Lombard twins from Buenos Aries, longtime friends of the King of Pop, will dance to some of Michael’s hit songs; and Ricardo Sopin and Iraida Volodina from “Dancing with the Stars” will perform a montage of his songs. Thirty-two local kids will dance a “Billie Jean” tribute, Riggi said.

John James, who played Jeff Colby on the popular TV series “Dynasty,” will be master of ceremonies, and Riggi’s son, Christopher, who is in the vamp movie spoof, “Vampire Sucks,” will charm “Twilight” fans. Best-selling author Laura Morton, who wrote the Elizabeth Smart story, is on the A-list of distinguished guests.

There are still about 30 tickets available for this “most exciting gala of the summer,” according to Riggi. Tickets are $300 per person. Ticketholders will also be entitled to attend the induction ceremonies at 5 p.m. Aug. 15. Marylou Whitney and John Hendrickson, longtime dance museum benefactors, are honorary co-chairs.

This year’s fundraiser will not feature an auction. “In lieu of gifts, we are asking for monetary donations to keep the museum doors open and to continue work on its beautiful exhibits,” Riggi said.

The huge dance floor will invite guests to get up and get down with the T.S. Ensemble playing Jackson dance favorites.

Michael Panza is handling decorations and the Glen Sanders Mansion has planned a sumptuous dinner.

“This gala is a big party,” Riggi said. “Everyone is welcome.”

For tickets to this black-tie affair, call 583-4935.


The Saratogian

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Michael Jackson's beautiful message to our planet

The Love and Legacy of The King of Pop.

Please know Michael Jackson's spirit is alive in all his fans and his Army of  love is growing  stronger than ever.  The world can not stop us from continuing to spread the Love and Legacy of The King of Pop.

Michael Jackson ~ The King Of Pop

Dear Michael
you have touched my heart and soul in ways that I never even knew were humanly possible. Thank you so much for your childlike imagination that brought so much joy into our world with your music, dance and perfomances. Bless your childlike heart that made our world a much more loving place. You really did make our world a better place and much more exciting while doing it and for that we will be forever greatful

I love you for all time. Qbee