25.6.2009 - Michael Jackson died 50 years old.... great singer in the past, "broken soul" in the present... USA for Africa just cool to do that and good song http://www.usaforafrica.org/home.htm (c) 1985 United Support of Artists for Africa http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/USA_for_Africa -------------------------------------- 8.5.2009 - 200 000 Views 2.7.2009 - 300 000 Views 13.7.2009 - 400 000 Views 25.8.2009 - 500 000 .10.2009 - 600 k 27.11.2009 - 700k 31.12.2009 - 800 k 10.2.2010 - 900k 24.2.2010 - 1 Mio Views!!!!!!!!!!!!!11 18.3.2010 - 1,1 mio x.4.2010 - 1,2 mio 13.5.2010 - 1,3 mio 6.6.2010 - 1,4 mio 1,5 1,6 1,7 - 19.7.2010 1.8 - x.8.2010 (today is10th) 1,9 - 25.8.2010 2 mio 13.9.2010 2,1 mio 6.10.2010 2,2 mio 25.10.2010 2,3 - 11.11.2010 2,4 mio - 26.11.2010 2,5 - 4.12.2010 2,6 - ~14.12.2010 2,7 - 28.12.2010 2,8 - 18.1.2011 2,9 - x.2.2011 3 000 000 - 13.3.2011 6 000 000 - 3.1.2012 6 666 666 - 12.2.2012
Recorded on February 1st, 2010, in the same studio as the original 25 years earlier (Henson Recording Studios, formerly A&M Recording Studios) "We Are The World 25 For Haiti", in which Quincy Jones and Lionel Richie serve as executive producers and producers, was created in collaboration with executive producers Wyclef Jean, Randy Phillips and Peter Tortorici; producers Humberto Gattica and RedOne; and co-producers Rickey Minor, Mervyn Warren and Patti Austin to benefit the Haitian earthquake relief efforts and the rebuilding of Haiti. Academy Award-winning writer-director Paul Haggis (Crash, Million Dollar Baby), whose own personal efforts as well as those of Artists for Peace and Justice have already saved countless lives in Haiti, filmed the private recording session to create the accompanying video and behind-the-scenes production, and serves as Film Director and as an Executive Producer with Jones, Richie, Jean, Phillips and Tortorici. The 25th Anniversary recording features over 80 artists and performers. The recording of We Are The World 25 For Haiti embodied the same enthusiasm, sense of purpose and generosity as the original recording 25 years ago. Every one of the artists who participated, regardless of genre or generation, walked into the room with their hearts and souls completely open to coming together to help the people of Haiti.
If you enjoyed the video, like/favourite/comment and/or send e a beer via PayPal: firstname.lastname@example.org :) The 2006 (18th annual) World Music Awards were held in London, England and hosted by actress and vocalist Lindsay Lohan on 15 November 2006. Performances included a Thriller recreation by Chris Brown and a children's chorus rendition of "We Are the World" with Michael Jackson. This was Jackson's final live performance (other than Michael Jackson's This Is It). Other performers included Andrea Bocelli, Beyoncé, Bob Sinclar, Dima Bilan, Elissa, Enya, Faithless, Katie Melua, Nelly Furtado, Rihanna, Tokio Hotel, and Suleman Mirza. Presenters included Pamela Anderson, Natalie Imbruglia, Donatella Versace, Sugababes, Nicole Richie, Denise Richards and Brian McFadden. The World Music Awards ceremony was televised in 160 countries including the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia, Japan, Southeast Asia, China, Africa and the Middle East. In the United Kingdom it was broadcast on Channel 4 on 23 November 2006. In the U.S., ABC is the traditional home of the World Music Awards, but in recent years they have moved to MyNetworkTV, which rebroadcast the 2006 show on 1 July 2009, due to that show's tributes to the recently deceased Michael Jackson. The Diamond Award honors those recording-artists who have sold over 100 million albums during their career. Past recipients include Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Rod Stewart and Bon Jovi. This year's recipient was Michael Jackson. His most popular album, "Thriller" has sold more than 104 million copies worldwide since its release in 1982 - making it the best-selling album of all time. ℗ 2006 ORF TV