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article imageMichael Jackson's new UK tour - sort of

By Alexander Baron     Nov 25, 2011 in Entertainment
London - Michael Jackson may have died two years ago, but unless you are an aficionado, you won't be able to tell the difference between this guy and the real McCoy.
Actually, it is not so new, and rather than a tour it is a series of concerts held at irregular dates. The promoters are Elite Tributes, a UK-based organisation that does exactly what its name suggests.
Not all its tribute acts are dead; there is ABBA as well as Elvis, and Simon and Garfunkle according to its website; presumably that means Simon & Garfunkel. Ben is described modestly as the world's number one Michael Jackson tribute artist. If you check out his videos on YouTube, you might agree, you will certainly not disagree violently.
His last Elite Tributes concert was in Manchester on October 15, and it was sold out; the next is at the Fairfield Halls, Croydon, on December 16. Full details of all Elite Tribute concert dates can be found on the company's website.
Meanwhile, the UK website of the real Michael Jackson has some new offers in its store, including Immortal, which was released earlier this week.
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