RTHK：Michael Jackson Hits, Hong Kong
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Pop sensation Michael Jackson was scheduled to play 50 sell-out shows in London from this summer, before his unexpected death on Friday June 26, 2009. A few months before this, here in Hong Kong, six talented local musical outfits rose to RTHK Radio 3's challenge to each adapt two Jackson songs in their own styles. The first song was assigned by Radio 3. Then each participant chose one of their own. These Michael Jackson adaptations were played live at Michael Jackson Hits, Hong Kong, at Grappa's Cellar, Jardine House, Central on Saturday June 13, from 9pm. This event was recorded, and highlights were aired on the evening of Saturday June 20 at 7pm. In the week leading up to June 13, interviews with musicians taking part were broadcast on Morning Brew. Click the below links to hear.
||CleanMichael Jackson Hits Hong Kong||We hear a one-hour edit of the Michael Jackson Hits, Hong Kong show that Radio 3 held at Grappa’s Cellar in Central last Saturday night. (13.6.2009) Six local music acts of completely different style put their spin on well-known Michael Jackson songs.||22/6/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanSoho Collective||Soho Collective vocal agency is a division of Katterwall Ltd. Four singers representing Soho will be singing two specially arranged a cappella Michael Jackson numbers, ‘Billy Jean’ and ‘You Are Not Alone’, together with a contrasting classical num||16/6/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanNew Flying Machine||In 1991 a group of Japanese expat musicians who were into modern jazz formed a band: Flying Machine. The band was named after their instruments help that helped them ‘fly into the sky’ who lost their own wings they once had when they were young and fe||15/6/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanViolent Jokes||Formed in 2008, this trio puts out a combination of breakbeat, electro and drum & bass with live instruments, electric buzzes and vocals and distorted guitars. Violent Jokes have collaborated with local bands and artists, featured on a compilation album||15/6/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanJeff Caylor||Singer and musician Jeff Caylor never intended to sing music in public. At first it was a means to an end – he was a serious songwriter with no outlet for his songs. Eventually, though, it was his vocal performances that began to attract attention and h||15/6/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanLatino Jazz||This trio, headed up by João Mascarenhas is the only Brazilian-arranged Latin band in Hong Kong. Other band members are from Mexico and Sri Lanka. Formed less than a year ago, the band plays both original compositions and adaptations. In 2005, band||15/6/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||CleanThe Lovesong||Exploded upon the Hong Kong scene in 2004 with a blend of punk rock, hardcore, soul and noise. The music features unusual chords and progressions, against strong melodies and intricate timings. The band has opened for Nine Inch Nails, and played at Clocke||15/6/2009||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|