It sounds practically like a dream come true event. If someone can attend, please videotape it!
I live in New York City, but unfortunately I will be London at that time. Maybe if other New York fans know about it they will go. Sometimes fans are not aware of what is going on.
No cameras, cell phones, laptops, etc.allowed in the studio. I signed up for it but they need to get enough people to attend by May 2nd in order to actually hold this seminar, so I hope they can gather enough interested people--we'll see. Thanks for posting this.
Bummer!I live in New York City, but unfortunately I will be London at that time. Maybe if other New York fans know about it they will go. Sometimes fans are not aware of what is going on.
A great 3-hour long interview with Brad Sundberg about Michael:
He tells quite a few cute stories about Michael in the studio, and very heartwarming things about Neverland and Michael's goal to help children.
Some tidbits I tweeted while I was listening:
Brad said he was at the Dangerous plagiarism hearing in 1994 and that MJ testified and totally won the jury over w/ his humor and honesty.
Brad also said that Michael was insatiably curious and asked everyone about everything.
He said that there were "3 Michaels": the cool guy in the studio, the incredible performer and the brilliant businessman.
Brad also said MJ loved to ride in the golfcarts in the darkness of night in Neverland with guests, and he had a special button in the cart and when he hit that button in moment X, all lights in Neverland - in trees and everywhere would light up at the same time - breathtaking.
He said Michael was all about the timing and the show.
Brad said that Michael was extremely generous with his time for sick kids at Neverland. He not only built a fantasy world for them, but he was in a middle of it himself. Brad said he had enormous respect for that.
He told a story how Michael liked to sample super-hot chicken wings they cooked in the studio.
Brad said Michael loved Filet-O-Fish with two fish patties from McDonalds. It was his guilty pleasure.
Brad also said that Michael really knew how to thank people, his level of gratitude for contributions of others was exceptional.
"There are just people you want to be around. There is genuineness you don't encounter very often." - Brad Sundberg about MJ
The link in the first post isnt the one forParis I see, any idea where to get tix to that one?