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Who’s Bad—The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience will return to the Summit City with a “thriller-ing” performance at The Clyde Theatre on May 4.
The performance that Who’s Bad typically puts on is the next best thing to seeing the real Michael Jackson himself, and since that’s no longer possible, it’s actually the best Michael Jackson show you can now possibly see in a live setting.
For the past 14 years, Who’s Bad have toured the world celebrating the “King of Pop” and his massive catalog of hits, with no corner of the Earth safe from this infectious party production.
They’ve even sold out London’s O2 Arena, the venue that Jackson was slated to end his career in with a 50-show residency that had been scheduled just before his untimely passing.
The band boasts a hundred years of professional experience and the dancers are some of the best you’ll ever see. The star of the show, James Times III, has been a diehard Jackson fan since he was three and spent years studying Jackson’s every mannerism until he was able to effortlessly capture his uniqueness, look, and dance moves, adopting the motto of “If it’s not the way Michael did it, it’s not right.”