About Foreverland and Michael Jackson
The time is now to see Foreverland in concert and StubHub is the place to
get your tickets. While some days it may seem like we have forever to take the time to see the shows we hear so much about,
but the likelihood is that we don't have forever. When the 14-piece tribute musical ensemble to Michael Jackson hit the stage
in 2009, it was completely unexpected that The King of Pop would pass away two weeks later. While we no longer see Michael
Jackson on stage live, we do have Foreverland. Audiences have been awestruck like kids watching Captain EO for the first time
or grownups and children alike having stepped foot at Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch. Unlike some tribute bands that dress
up to pay homage to beloved musical legends like Elvis Presley, Jim Morrison, David Bowie and the King of Pop, Foreverland
focuses on the musicality and essence of Michael Jackson. Foreverland gives everyone who grew up loving Michael Jackson or
people just recently introduced to his musical legacy an opportunity to hear some of his greatest works on stage live.
Foreverland Schedule: "Can't Stop Till You Get Enough"
Each concert, the venue and crowds are getting bigger
and bigger, so it is certainly time to get your tickets while you can. The popularity of Michael Jackson continued to grow
throughout his career and life and is not stopping in death. The stage is the land where one should find Michael Jackson's
music playing forever, whether it be a tribute band like Foreverland or one many of the stars of today and tomorrow doing
their part to honor such a exceptional talent. Foreverland Twitter fans are ecstatic about this Jackson tribute band coming
to their town and we know you are too. Foreverland isn't too far away, so audiences have an opportunity to experience Michael
Jackson's song on the fifth year anniversary of his passing. It was a heartbreaking loss to lose the King of Pop, and crowds
are enthralled that they can remember him and his many decades of making music on stage at a Foreverland concert.
Breakthrough: Michael Jackson Passes Away 2 Weeks Later
What can we say about a breakthrough moment for Foreverland
that doesn't make one's heart sink into one's stomach? When Michael Jackson unexpectedly passed away in 2009, there was a
huge void in the world of music. Since the Jackson 5, Michael Jackson had been warming the hearts, eyes and ears of worldwide
audiences with his outstanding sounds and untouchable dance moves. While Foreverland hit the stage two weeks before the Michael
Jackson's passing, the band gave audiences continued opportunity to enjoy his music.
Foreverland Live Show Experience:
Can't "Beat It"
The live show experience is nothing less than awesome to the loyal Michael Jackson fan to the fan that
sometimes says to "eat it" instead of "beat it" and then mumbles the rest of the words to that song. Although, if one knows
the Weird Al parody, then it is highly likely they will know many more of Michael Jackson's hits. The King of Pop is one of
the most legendary and renowned artists in the world. At a live shows, audiences are performing their best Jackson moves to
"Smooth Criminal," Thriller," and "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough." Forever isn't enough at a live performance of Foreverland.
The fans loved Michael Jackson and they get to experience Michael, the little boy who still warms our hearts and never grew
up. As many people on social media have expressed, "Fans for life!"
Foreverland Trivia: Michael Jackson Xscape
Album and Epic Records
Recently, Epic Records released an album called Xscape that consists of previously unheard songs
written by the King of Pop. Each song has been updated to give them a fresh and modern-day sound. The idea is to commemorate
the fifth anniversary Michael Jackson's passing in June of 2009. As it turns out, the CEO of Epic Records, L.A. Reid, was
given full access to Michael Jackson's archives after the singer's passing. There were chart-topping producers put to work
on the album: Timberland, Stargate, Rodney Jerkins and John McClain. According to the producers, they chose to call the album
Xscape because it followed a trend of using one-word album titles. It is thought that Michael Jackson started this one-word
trend after the release of Thriller in 1982. And for Michael Jackson enthusiasts who are not keen on the retooling of the
tracks, a special edition of the album will be released offering the songs in their original form. Although, the producers
trust that updating the songs is what the King of Pop would have encouraged, "Michael was always on the cutting edge and was
constantly reaching out to new producers, looking for new sounds… He was always relevant and current." It will be interesting
to see if any of the newly revised previously never heard before tracks will make it into the Foreverland's stage performance.