Friday, June 25, 2010

Michael Jackson (8/29/1958-6/25/2009) - Remembered tonight at Lynn Auditorium

Tonight was the Michael Jackson tribute at City Hall. Great turnout and a really fun night. Thank you to Jamie Marsh and the Lynn Auditorium for bringing this to Lynn. 

As I sat there and took it all in, I couldn't help but think about my last post. I sort of poked fun at comparing the titles of MJs songs to some of Lynn's recent events.  As I was listening tonight, I realized Michael did have a lot to say and he said it very well through song. A lot of things for Lynners to take to heart.  Here are a few that stuck out:


Cuz There Are Ways
To Get There
If You Care Enough
For The Living
Make A Little Space
Make A Better Place

Heal The World
Make It A Better Place
For You And For Me
And The Entire Human Race
There Are People Dying
If You Care Enough
For The Living
Make A Better Place
For You And For Me

Protection For Gangs, Clubs  And Nations
Causing Grief In Human Relations
It's A Turf War On A Global Scale
I'd Rather Hear Both Sides Of The Tale
See, It's Not About Races Just Places Faces
Where Your Blood Comes From
Is Where Your Space Is I've Seen The Bright
Get DullerI'm Not Gonna Spend My Life Being A Color

Don't Tell Me You Agree With Me
When I Saw You Kicking Dirt In My Eye

But, If
You're Thinkin' About My Baby
It Don't Matter If You're Black Or White

Now to the event. Sorry about the picture quality. All I had was my phone. 

8:07- awesome beat boxer on stage, say what??? The crowd goes wild!!

8:13. Hip hop dancin kids are awesome!!!Where were these kids from?

8:32. And now the main event. Ladies and gentlemen. The fake Michael Jackson!!!!

9:11. It's the Jackson 5. Well, sort of...

10:27 heal the world.

10:30 they are acting like it's over but we ain't seen no zombies yet!!!!!

Here it comes

It was actually an amazing night and an incredible tribute to Michael on the 1st Anniversary of his death. 

Michael Jackson 
August 29, 1958 – June 25, 2009

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