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Fans remember Michael Jackson; Jazz saxophonist Fred Anderson dies

jacksonhouse.jpegJust one piece of Washington resident Jewel Lewis-Hall's shrine to Michael Jackson. On the first anniversary of his death, fans across the world mourn the loss of the King of Pop. (Photo: Bill O'Leary/TWP)

By Ally Schweitzer

- Today marks the one year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death. Around the world, fans reflect on the life and songs of the King of Pop. In Northeast D.C., a mother has amassed a massive shrine to Jackson on her front porch. Here at Click Track, we threw together our own Greatest Hits of MJ, and we'd like you to pitch in. If you're venturing outside today, there's a good chance you'll hear "Don't Stop Till You Get Enough" blaring out of more than a few cars in your neighborhood-- yet another testament to MJ's enduring legacy.

- Noted jazz saxophonist Fred Anderson died yesterday. The musician is remembered for his smooth sound and the club he opened in 1982, the Velvet Lounge, where he helped shape the careers of dozens of young musicians. Anderson was 81.

By Ally Schweitzer  |  June 25, 2010; 8:50 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Fred Anderson, Michael Jackson  
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Do you remember where you were when you heard MJ died? I do! There is a CNN/HLN host, Jane Velez-- that has covered MJ from the beginning. She should have some fantastic guests on her show "Issues" tonight. Apparently Michael's father has finally filed a lawsuit--and I think he could win. So sad....

Posted by: JVMfan | June 25, 2010 12:03 PM | Report abuse

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