“He must have the first stages of dementia”
She’s bad, so bad.
A rundown on one of the greatest albums ever made.
From Snoop Dogg smoking himself into Snoop Lion to Spike Lee’s look into Michael Jackson’s early years, we count down our favourite music docos on Australian streaming services.
Finally we will get Bubbles’ perspective on the life and times of Jacko
From that wardrobe malfunction, to the adorably useless shark back up dancer we’ve got all the most memorable moments here for you to reminisce.
Bowie’s final album is his first-ever ARIA #1.
John Lennon‘s hair. Elvis Presley‘s life insurance policy. Michael Jackson‘s dental mould. Kurt Cobain‘s cardigan. All of these random historical items and more could be yours thanks to a peculiar online auction that’s putting them all up for grabs. As Rolling Stone reports, Julien’s Live is selling 350 truly bizarre pieces of rock n’ roll
An Australian choreographer, Wade Robson, will be told this week by a Los Angeles court if he can pursue punitive damages from Michael Jackson‘s $2 billion estate, over claims that Jackson repeatedly sexually abused him as a child. Reports Fairfax Media, Los Angeles Superior Court will rule on Tuesday whether Wade Robson and another of
Michael Jackson was accused of a lot of things in his time (and since), but here’s a brand-new one: breaking up Guns N’ Roses. According to the band’s former manager, Doug Goldstein, the deceased King of Pop could be partially to blame for the split that robbed GNR of their Appetite For Destruction. As most
Queen will finally unveil There Must Be More to Life Than This, a duet between frontman Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson, 33 years after the band first began working on the track. The much coveted tune will make its first appearance on the upcoming Queen Forever compilation, out Stateside this November. There Must Be More
Michael Jackson fan Vera Serova is suing the late king of pop’s record label Sony and the co-executor of the singer’s estate claiming Jackson does not appear on all the tracks of his 2010 posthumous release Michael. Serova filed the suit in Superior Court in LA County on Thursday. As The Wrap reports, the plaintiff
The image, but unfortunately not the soul, of a much younger, much healthier looking Michael Jackson has been resurrected in hologram form a climactic performance at today’s Billboard Music Awards in the US. This isn’t just some stock-standard, rising-from-the-grave, Jesus-type resurrection — that’s way basic. MJ, in all his shimmering glory, was projected onto the
The always frank Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney is not one to equivocate and after already labelling teen pop idol Justin Bieber an “irresponsible asshole”, he is sounding off about another pop idol, this time it’s Michael Jackson‘s posthumous Xscape album. In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Carney bluntly voiced his disapproval of Michael
The recently announced forthcoming collection of new Michael Jackson material, Xscape, will reportedly feature lyrics about child sexual abuse. Earlier this month it was announced a new album featuring eight previously unheard tracks from Jackson’s archive would be released this May. As NME reports, the posthumous release from the King of Pop features a song
A new Michael Jackson album, featuring eight brand new tracks from the King Of Pop’s archive, will drop this May, nearly five years after the pop star’s death. The tracklist for Xscape was compiled by Epic Records chairman LA Reid who trawled through four decades of Jackson’s demos and off-cuts and then handed them over
ARIA award winning Perth-bred rock and roll impressionists Tame Impala have unveiled a cover of Michael Jackson‘s 1996 single Stranger In Moscow from his 1995 double-album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I. The band unveiled the track “fresh out of the the oven” via Twitter. MJ’s hit takes a characteristically Kevin Parker turn for
Five Michael Jackson fans have been awarded symbolic damages of one euro each by a French court for the “emotional damage” they suffered after the pop star’s death. The case, held in the french city of Orleans, saw 34 fans sue Jackson’s doctor Conrad Murray, who was convicted in 2011 for the involuntary manslaughter of
An LA court has ruled in favour of concert promotions powerhouse AEG Live LLC following a legal battle championed by the family of deceased pop icon Michael Jackson, who claim AEG were responsible for Jackson’s death in 2009. The company was the driving force behind a scheduled run of live dates throughout UK, the anticipation