Archive for November, 2013
God knows that writing about John Branca was the least of my desires. He is so controversial a subject that no matter what you write you automatically fall into disfavor with large factions of fans. However this sacrifice will have to be made even if it is my last series of posts in this blog.
FOR THE SAKE OF TRUTH ONLY
The reason for addressing this subject is the overwhelming response I’ve got about Branca to the recent article about AEG.
This has become a tradition with us – I write about AEG driving Michael into the ground and the customary answer I get is that John Branca was not re-hired by Michael Jackson on June 17, 2009 and those who assert it are not to be trusted, Branca first and foremost.
How one thing is connected with the other and why almost any post about AEG should end up…
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Greetings Toronto Friends!
We are just three weeks away from my seminar “In The Studio With MJ” comes to Canada! Many of you have worked very hard to get us to this point, and some of you are still wondering what it is. Either way, I’m glad you have given up a Saturday to spend time in a really cool music studio with me.
First things first: I am Brad Sundberg, your host and the creator of “In The Studio With MJ.” I spent nearly 18 years working on various projects, albums, tours and even a place called “Neverland” with Michael. I part of an awesome team, and it is my pleasure to share some of those stories with you.
We just got back from a series of seminars in Paris and Stockholm, and the response was amazing. I have every belief you are going to really enjoy what I have in store for you.
There will be some ground rules that will be strictly enforced (no phones, computers, electronic recording devices, costumes, etc.), but we’ll go into those as the event gets closer. In the meantime, I really need your help.
I have done enough of these that something always happens the week after it is over: People find out about it and wish they had been invited or heard about it so they could attend. We have to get the word out to the community.
Here’s is what you can do to help:
1) Post a link on Facebook, and tell your friends that you are excited to be going.
2) Contact me for posters and the press release. Send it out to newspapers, radio stations, fan clubs, dance studios, music stores, churches – anywhere that you can think might connect with someone who would also enjoy this event.
3) Send tweets, emails and phone calls. I can assure you this is a very unique opportunity to see, hear and feel what it was like to be in the studio with MJ, and you will want to share that with your friends.
If you come up with a great marketing idea, I will certainly reward you with a Tee-shirt and a front-row seat!
I will be contacting you again in the coming days, and please feel free to contact me with any questions. This is like nothing you have ever seen or heard before, and I so excited to share it with you! Have a great weekend, and I’ll see you “In The Studio” in three weeks!
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