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New Michael Jackson album due in December; 9:30 Club wins Billboard's top club; Zanzibar closes

By David Malitz

michael jacksonThe cover of "Michael," due out Dec. 14.

- The long-rumored album of new Michael Jackson material will be released on Dec. 14. There aren't many details about what will be on "Michael" and there are some claims that Jackson isn't even singing on some tracks.

- A new LCD Soundsystem live in-studio album? Don't mind if I do.

- 9:30 Club took home the Top Club award at the 2010 Billboard Touring Awards. The award is based on attendance. U2 and Lady Gaga also took home some awards.

- In other local club news, Zanzibar on the Waterfront suddenly shuttered this week. The huge club was one of the top area venues for hosting big names in Caribbean, African and salsa music.

By David Malitz  | November 5, 2010; 10:40 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  9:30 Club, LCD Soundsystem, Michael Jackson  
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Love that there is some new music from Michael coming out but I always preferred his old stuff like this classic 1970 Jackson 5 clip of "ABC" on The Ed Sullivan Show - http://goo.gl/SfdSo

Posted by: cavantim | November 5, 2010 2:52 PM | Report abuse

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