Sheryl Crow reflects on Michael Jacksons death

“I am deeply saddened to hear of Michael’s sudden passing. His was a rare talent that we witness once in a lifetime. One who makes such an indelible mark that for generations singers and dancers attribute him as inspiration. I had the great privilege of watching him every night doing what he did best…entertain. I am grateful to have known him for the 2 years I worked for him and will mourn his loss with his many millions of fans across the world.”

Sheryl Crow – singer

Sheryl Crow performs a duet with Michael Jackson during a concert in Rome,1988.

Sheryl Crow performs a duet with Michael Jackson during a concert in Rome,1988.

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3 responses to “Sheryl Crow reflects on Michael Jacksons death

  1. I remeber when the king of pop in 1988 preformed in liverpool he stayed in the hotel I worked in I still have his pillow case,soap and menu he used can you confirm he stayed in the lord nelson when he was supposed do stay in the atlantic we have no proof because he would not sign the register he had his two body guards and he flew out the next day.

  2. I feel sorry for micheal too as well as every body else! I think he died a wrongful death! by the doctor; what do you people think? r.s.v.p.

  3. For those interested, critic Armond White is hosting a special presentation on the music videos of Michael Jackson. Specifically, it deals with Michael’s innovations in the music video genre.

    It takes place in New York City over at the Walter Reade Theater at Lincoln Center at the end of August. Here’s the link.

    http://www.filmlinc.com/wrt/onsale/mj.html

    Armond White made a similar presentation in January of 2008.

    You can check out a clip on YouTube. In the search function, type in ‘Armond White on Michael Jackson’s Legacy’ or Google it.

    Best,
    Wow Jones

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