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He's almost Jackson's spokesperson threated You with a legal action. Any updates or comments on this matter? Friedman: No. Nothing happened. How did this happen? Friedman: Yes,that's true! Friends of mine thought it would be funny.
It was certainly a surprise. The man was very good. Friedman: I'd be honored to be invited. It is not known if the are any differences to the original CD. An unofficial 'Bad' concert DVD reached out to the markets. The release is also available on Amazon. MJ's lawyers agreed to take a deposition in the Dieter Wiesner case.
According to the court documents, MJ will take the questions first, and Wiesner will follow him immediaetly. A mandatory settlement conference will be held in the case next monday. We have been informed about that Mr. Wiesner travelled to Las Vegas days ago in order to meet with MJ. Mr Wiesner will leave US at the end of this week. In Theez Streetz - Mr. Jackson (3) - No More Questions (CD) trial date has been set for December 4, However the attached court documents shows that the parties agreed to settle the case out of court.
We have been informed by the producers of the new CD that 'the 5 new titles are tracks written and recorded by the production team inspired by MJ's work'.
As well MichaelJackson. You can sample Jennifer's guitar craft and find other information including Jeff Beck tour dates, purchasing Batten merchandise and other news at www. Recently as she takes a brief, well deserved break from her exhausting tour with Jeff Beck, Ms. Batten took part in my guitarist survey where she was asked questions submitted to me by her fans concerning her latest solo release, tours, guitars and life.
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