Who's Bad - The 2014 Tour
The definitive Michael Jackson tribute tour is back and better than ever, bringing decades
of all the greatest Michael Jackson hits to a venue near you. Don't miss this opportunity to fall in love all over again with
the best of MJ, with locations including: Atlantic City, NJ; Dewey Beach, DE; Washington, DC; Lancaster and Warrendale, PA;
Norfolk, CT; San Diego, San Francisco, and Hermosa Beach, CA; Chicago, Springfield, and Peoria, IL; Kill Devil Hills, NC;
Isle of Palms, SC; Fort Wayne, IN; Greenville and Louisville, KY; Toledo and Akron, OH; Detroit, MI; Raleigh, NC; Tonawanda
and New York City, NY; Charenton, LA; and Park City, UT. Don't see an event near you? Keep up to date on all of your Michael
Jackson tribute bands at StubHub.com, your resource for all of your concert needs.
Who's Bad will be playing the biggest
and most exclusive venues, from NYC's BB Kings to Louisville's Mercury Ballroom. This is an event that everyone, from the
uninitiated to MJ's most die-hard fans, can enjoy. Don't miss this opportunity to relive the highest highs of everyone's favorite
all time pop artist.
About Who's Bad
Who's Bad is made up of a medley of some of the most talented pop,
hip hop, and even funk artists in the music industry. The combined experiences of Who's Bad add up to well over one hundred
years of performing and musical experience, making a Who's Bad performance one of the most action and talent packed events
anyone can attend.
At the forefront of the band is Joseph Bell, a Connecticut native who emulates Michael's iconic vocals.
JoBel can belt the highest notes in Jackson's repertoire of hits with pristine precision, making it as close to the real thing
as one can get. Joseph's earliest days performing began in Florida, where he worked with Disney as a performer before trying
his hand at acting. His acting works includes his work on the film 'The Jacksons. An American Dream' and in 'What's Love Got
To Do With It'. Joseph would work with esteemed choreographer Travis Payne and Frank Gatson, former MJ collaborators, to make
sure everything from his moves to his style are pitch perfect.
Joseph is joined by Archie Logan, second to none as a
percussionist who has received accolades and praise from some of the biggest performers in the world, including Chip Shearin.
Archie's extensive resume of collaborations and major performances is seemingly unending, with him having played with Morris
Day and the Time, Rev Timothy Wright, Yahzarah, and Dirty Sol. On top of that he's been a presidential music man, performing
at events featuring both George W. Bush and President Barack Obama. Finally, he's played twice at America's greatest pastime
event: the Super Bowl. Archie is a pivotal force and irreplaceable force within Who's Bad.
Representing the smooth Sax
sound on many of Michael's greatest hits is Aaron McCoy Jr.. Aaron has spent his entire lifetime in the music industry, and
has worked with such acts as the O'Jays, Psychedelic Soul, and Peabo Bryson. When he's not lending his extensive musical talents
to others, Aaron is running his own Mixed Water Band playing a variety of shows across America.
Rounding out the Who's
Bad lineup is performance artist and master dancer Daniel Rychlec, hailing from Torrington Connecticut; Fellow dancer Jonathan
Sirois; Afro-Arab sensation Taalib York; and Jazz prodigy Vamsi Tadepalli.
Who's Bad has
years of sold out tours across dozens of countries and multiple continents. Most notably, the band sold out dozens of venues
across the UK, including the O2 - the location of Michael Jackson's This Is It concert series.
Who's Bad includes an
eclectic mix of all of Michael Jackson's hits, including his collaborative work and his work from the Jackson Five. Among
the many hit songs you'll hear are: The Jackson 5's ABC, Michael's original Bad, Billie Jean, his Paul McCartney collaboration
the girl is Mine, Free Willy anthem Will You Be There, and the self reflective Man in the Mirror.
the already noted performers, Who's Bad also includes other notable musicians. Also bringing you the fullest Michael Jackson
experience is guitarist JC Martin, trumpeter Ray McCall, bassist Brandon Venable, and producers Brian Gandy and Ryan Vineyard.
Bad has the distinct privilege of being the most prominent Michael Jackson tribute band, holding the record for longest in
existence and for being the only band that was formed before Michael's death.
Besides the USA and the UK, where else
might you expect Who's Bad to play sold out crowds? It may seem strange, but the band tapped into vast reserves of Michael
Jackson mania in none other than the People's Republic of China.
The Who's Bad Concert Experience
has never been a better time to be a Michael Jackson fan. For die-hard MJ fans and the uninitiated alike, the Who's Bad concert
experience is one that will make you fall in with Michael Jackson's extensive catalog of hits all over again. Whether you're
relaxing in the crowd or moonwalking across the auditorium in sync with the performers on stage, this is going to be an experience
you will not forget. Tickets are in high demand - buy yours today!