Fandom, an IT company based in South Korea, announced that Grouse Lodge Studio whose owner was Michael Jackson’s loyal friend reveals a fantastic project that would have delighted Michael and his millions of loyal fans around the world.
In 2006, Michael Jackson managed to maintain his privacy, with very few people knowing exactly where he was staying or what he was doing. He spent the majority of his time in Ireland, based at Grouse Lodge Studios, owned by Paddy and Claire Dunning, which is a world-famous residential recording studio where artists from REM to Muse have made hit albums.
Jackson began preparations to record new music that year with legendary producers Neff -U, Will.I.Am and Rodney Jerkins. In the second half of 2009, Jackson was planning to return to Grouse Lodge after his planned 50-night run in London at the 02 Arenas. // Continue to the full article