Being a review of Joseph Vogel's book "Earth Song: Michael Jackson and the Art of Compassion" with additional commentary on the artist and the song.
Issue 3 MJ Studies Today Volume 4 14th August 2017 Abstract: Kerry Hennigan experienced that we can still learn a lot from Michael Jackson and his care for people. Michael Jackson had no constrictions when helping those in need. Access the article here: http://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-xx/... Continue Reading →
14th April 2017 MJ Studies Today XVI Abstract: In this column, Kerry Hennigan analyses Earth Song, the meaning and importance of this classic in Michael Jackson’s catalogue. Source: http://michaeljacksonstudies.org/mj-studies-today-xvi/ Earth Hour, Earth Song, Earth Song Short Film, Environment, joseph vogel, Kerry Hennigan,... Continue Reading →
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Recently I participated in a blog discussion about the social and cultural impact of Michael Jackson, the man and his art. I was posting comments on someone else's blog – the author and their interviewee come from academic backgrounds, as... Continue Reading →
By Kerry Hennigan The tragic events that gave rise to the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement saw Michael Jackson’s music taking the stage (again) as a voice for the hopes, fears and frustrations of the oppressed. I wrote those words and... Continue Reading →
Some time ago I said to a friend that I wished we'd had 'Earth Song' when I was active in Greenpeace (1979-1984). We had songs by Country Joe McDonald* and others in the counter-culture and protest movement which we would... Continue Reading →