Archive for July, 2013
I’m sure most of you are aware of Brad Sundberg’s fantastic seminar “In the Studio With Michael Jackson“. His seminar is a huge success and has had wonderful reviews. Brad Sundberg joined Michael’s team during the production of Captain Eo in 1985, and stayed with Michael as one of his engineers and technical director (in the studio as well as at Neverland Valley Ranch) for nearly 18 years. He worked closely with Michael, not only with music, but also worked on Neverland’s sound system and lights to meet MJ’s high standards. He holds Michael in the highest regard and feels blessed for the time he spent with him
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and Stop Global Airwave Abuse is happy to promote Brad’s seminar coming to Toronto, Canada hopefully sometime toward the end of November 2013. Currently close to 50 people have taken an interest in this remarkable seminar and we are hoping to be able to obtain another 50 so Brad can do a seminar for a second night. We need people to commit to make this become a reality. The cost would be approximately $200.00 per person (less if we can get 100 people) and for any interested parties a special VIP promotion (dinner with Brad) for an extra $50 to $60 where you could have a chance to talk with Brad in a more intimate setting.
Please check out the Facebook Page and add your name to the list. Toronto is a fantastic city and the largest in Canada, it is a tourist mecca with much to see and do. We are inviting all MJ and music fans in all Provinces and all States to join us and take advantage of this wonderful piece of Michael that only Brad can share.
Please visit Brad’s “In the Studio With Michael Jackson” FB page for more information on the seminar and what it entails.
We encourage MJ fans to come join us on this magical tour of the working of his studio, the beauty of his music and Brad’s personal insight into many of his albums, vocals and professionalism.
Listen to Brad speak about his work with Michael both in the studio and Neverland on Rev. Catherine Gross’ Blogtalk Radio Show
The word ‘albatross’ is sometimes used metaphorically to mean a psychological burden that feels like a curse. I have to say that the albatross in the case of Michael Jackson is the media. MJ has been gone for 4 years and he continues to wear it around his neck even in death. When will it end?
The continuous lies that spew like venom from the same money hungry tabloids that told them when he was alive are never-ending. The same people who spread the same stories that have been disproved over and over continue to speak in idiotic publications for the almighty buck seem to never go away and the albatross is hellbent on making MJ the villain. His accuser, Wade “has-been” Robson decided to “come clean” for his own “sanity” and speak more lies.
I have waited to write about all the hatred and untruths that have recently been in print because I felt that my words really didn’t have much meaning, since my anger has reached its peak and I am afraid I may write or say the wrong thing, hence I am leaving it to Michael to defend himself , something he rarely did in life, with the exception of his lyrics. I always found he said it best in his open letter to his many critics and I leave it with you to remember… he was a man, with feelings and a love that filled his heart.
As many of you are aware this letter was handwritten by MJ himself during the late 1980s when he was constantly on tour and always the subject of much public ridicule and condemnation. This note was composed on hotel stationery and, complete with original spellings, grammar, and format, reads as follows:
A 1994 Open Letter from Michael Jackson to his critics:
“like the old Indian proverb says do not judge a man until you’ve walked 2 moons in his moccasins.
Most people don’t know me, that is why they write such things in wich most is not true
I cry very very often because it hurts and I worry about the children all my children all over the world, I live for them.
If a man could say nothing against a character but what he can prove, history could not be written.
Animals strike, not from malice, but because they want to live, it is the same with those who criticize, they desire our blood, not our pain. But still I must achieve I must seek truth in all things. I must endure for the power I was sent forth, for the world for the children.
But have mercy, for I’ve been bleeding a long time now.”
I pray this albatross leaves him and his children and let them all have some peace.