McTavish: Stevie Wonder honors Michael Jackson’s Memory at Starlight

When first announced, Stevie Wonder

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9 Responses to McTavish: Stevie Wonder honors Michael Jackson’s Memory at Starlight

  1. Anonymous says:

    Beautifully written, thank you. I drove from St. Louis to see the concert by myself and I wasn’t in concert mood because of my devastation over Michael, but I can’t think of anything else I could have been doing last night than sitting outside sharing my pain with someone who actually understood. Stevie is such a wonderful person and although I cried hard everytime he said Michael’s name or played one of his songs, I did enjoy the concert and seeing Stevie with his great sense of humor and just outstanding character. I can’t think of a better tribute to Michael. Thank you Stevie! I love you so much Michael! <3 <3

  2. Anonymous says:

    Once again, Brian, you put us there. But THIS is a masterpiece.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Tim Leiweke and AEG killed Michael. That’s the REAL story that needs to be told.

  4. Anonymous says:

    incredible show…best in starlight history.
    Stevie was in prime form. Loved the Kansas
    city rendition. I’ll remember this one concert
    forever. Noone wanted to leave.
    As far as smartman and his accusation aeg is
    probably not involved in this. They said Michael
    wnated that quack doctor on tour with him.
    That doctor apparently has been with michael
    for 4 or 5 years because he would get michael
    the drugs he wanted.
    But a cardiologist not knowing how to do
    correct cpr? Doing cpr on a bed? What kind
    of dr. was this ahole. AEG was going to
    spotlight their new arena in london with these
    concerts but 50 shows in that amount of time.
    MJ never followed a complete tour because he
    didn’t have the energy to do them because he
    gave 110%. AEG had insurance and they should
    make a claim for their losses. AEG is having
    money problems right now. Remember they have
    to paylosses at sprint aspart of their deal.
    So i imagine they tried to cram those 50 shows
    into as short a period of time aspossible.
    AEG probably didn’t kill jackson. The devil killed him. Michael was fighting the devil
    all his life and eventually the devil won out.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Thank you, Brian, for your detailed review. I feel I’ve come full circle–my very first concert was the Jackson 5 in Sept. 1971 (MJ and I were both 13), and Friday night was my very first Stevie Wonder concert; one I’ll never forget. When purchasing our tickets, not many of Stevie’s fans knew what was to happen a day before. It was an honor to be there.

  6. Anonymous says:

    wow, That was a really well written review. Quite touching Mr Mctavish

  7. Anonymous says:

    Great notice, Brian. Makes me wish I’d been there. I think they’ll be talking about this show for years to come… and I missed it. Damn

  8. Anonymous says:

    Follow the money on this deal and every road leads to AEG. No way MJ was going to be ready for a 50 show grind, which according to sources, he thought was only going to be 10 shows. If he doesn’t make it to the stage who looks bad? AEG! AEG had an insurance policy in place in the event of death from causes other than suicide. Who comes out financially as a result of Michaels passing? AEG! By the time Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and Geraldo Rivera are done kicking up dust AEG is bound to have some blood on their hands. Given the accounts provided by insiders of MJ’s physical and mental condition over the past 60 days their was no way he was going to deliver a stage show that would meet fan expectations. Had calmer and more mature heads prevailed this could have been avoided. I can’t believe that someone at AEG, given their investment in this project, didn’t know what MJ was up to every minute of every hour of every day.

  9. Anonymous says:

    In honor of Michael Jackson I’ve invited an entire cub scout troop to cone spend the night. Let me use my heart to love someone like Michael did.

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