Barry Gibb Releases Michael Jackson Collaboration (Listen Here!)

To commemorate the two-year anniversary of the death of Michael Jackson, Barry Gibb has finally released their long-awaited collaboration, All in Your Name.

Sometime in the Summer of 2002, Jackson allegedly showed up at the Bee Gees frontman Barry Gibb‘s doorstep, with a partially written song in hand.

Together, the pair recorded a simple demo in Gibb’s home studio, though the song was never officially released.

You can download the song, for only $1.15 via Barry Gibb’s website.

Along with the release, there was some craziness that happened on the anniversary of Jackson’s death.

Gunshots were fired a few houses away from where fans were touring Jackson’s home in Las Vegas, leaving one dog dead at the scene.

Fans gathered at Forest Lawn Memorial-Park cemetary in Glendale, Jackson’s final resting place.

And… Greyson Chance took to his piano to pay tribute, with his own cover of the 1972 singleI Wanna Be Where You Are.”

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