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Michael Jackson: 'tribute band to relive MJ glory' SA show

They are considered America's best Michael Jackson tribute band. Who are they? They are known as Who's Bad...who tag line is: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band!

The group is scheduled to perform here at the Noche Caliente nightclub, 2502 Pleasanton Rd. on Monday, Oct. 19, 2009.

Doors open at

7:00 P.M. Show starts at 9:00 P.M. Presale tickets ($10) are on sale at HEB on Military & Pleasanton. Tickets at door $15; minors $20. 18 & up welcome. Arrive early to avoid long lines.

MJ fans are also excited about the Michael Jackson movie which is scheduled to open on Oct. 28. Check out this trailer.

Who's Bad is known for their full-blown celebration of the King of Pop, with a show that captures all the high-energy emotion of his groundbreaking music and dance steps.

According to SA promoter Margie Marshall, Who's Bad is visiting San Antonio as part of their world tour which kicked off Sept. 23 in Queretaro, Mexico. (Tour sked below)

The tour, in which the group will perform in thousand-seat and larger venues, will also include stops in Vancouver, Curacao, Aruba, Germany, Croatia, Slovenia and Switzerland before concluding in Cheltenham, England, on March 13, 2010.

In an interview with http://www.antimusic.com/, the group discussed how the untimely passing of Michael Jackson on the eve of his 50-date "This Is It" shows in London caused an outpouring of grief and a renewed interest in his music.

Sales of Michael Jackson's CDs have shot past three million. Many of his CDs have landed on the charts this summer and several went to No. 1

Who's Bad, widely acknowledged as the world's ultimate Michael Jackson show, is now in hot demand as fans never seem to tire of Jackson's music.

"We are here to keep the memory of the King of Pop alive,


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