Michael Jackson is reportedly getting closer to inking a Las Vegas show with Colony Capital that could include either several major concerts with “The Jacksons” or many nightly solo performances.
A Jackson Colony Capital Las Vegas show is nothing new to online chatter.
It was several months ago that both LALATE.com and VEGASLATE.com reported that Jackson could be inking a deal for Las Vegas Hilton concert date(s) in conjunction Colony Capital. That is reportedly part of an alleged repayment options for the $23 million debt and more against Neverland Ranch. But last night, a new source reveals to Reuters that Jackson is getting now closer to a “possible long-term engagement as the resident performer of a Vegas casino or nightclub” as one option.
Colony Capital (which is headquartered here in Los Angeles) owns the Las Vegas Hilton and a majority owner of the Station Casinos chain.
Colony Capital and Jackson would not comment.
Jackson is currently 49.
Details of financial problems for brothers and members of “The Jacksons” have been widely reported.
And just days ago, sister Janet Jackson revealed new fights between her and her label over concert scheduling.
LALATE first broke details of Michael’s amazing 25th anniversary reissue and told you to buy this incredible album. Reports indicate that the “Triller” 25 did very well in sales, proving still the demand for Jackson.
Still developing …
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