When historians reflect and study the Baby Boomer generation, it’s fair to say that Michael Jackson will come up as a significant contributor who shaped our music culture. We remember him as a child on the Ed Sullivan Show, in his twenties showing us the Moonwalk and later when he captivated us with Thriller. His creative genius at composing, singing and dancing has stretched forward in time and influenced today’s leading artists.
The article below highlights my meeting with Michael and the memory is as sensorial today as our visit was thirty years ago. Enjoy.
*Article originally ran in Dallas Morning News on July 5, 2009