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David Gest organises Jackson shows
Two of Michael Jackson's siblings are going to tour the UK with "never told before" stories about the late singer.
David Gest, who was friends with the superstar, is organising the live shows with music next year.
Brother Tito and sister Rebbie will also answer questions at the events called "A Jackson Named Michael: Remembering A Legend".
'Let's Hear It For The Boy' star Deniece Williams will also be part of the show performing a number of her hit tunes along with renditions from Rebbie Jackson, who made the top 10 in the US with her hit entitled 'Centipede', produced by her brother Michael.
According to Gest: "The majority of the show will be reminiscences and stories about Michael that the public has never heard. I will also unveil a treasure trove of film clips that were not included in my upcoming film. I have more than five hours of unseen footage and 30 minutes of rare Katherine Jackson footage of her reminiscing about Michael growing up in Gary as well as stories about all her kids. I came up with the idea for the tour after completing my documentary 'Michael Jackson: The Life of an Icon' which will be released on 31 October 2011 in the UK"
The tour begins in March and will reportedly call at venues in London, Liverpool Birmingham, Manchester, Reading, Newcastle, Cardiff, Bristol, Plymouth, Dublin, Belfast, York, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Berwich, Southampton, Blackpool, Wigan, Durham, South Shields, Hexham, Leicester, Brighton and Woking.)
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