"A Death in the Family: The Show Must Go On,"
A 26-minute documentary, is the first
behind-the-scenes film on the Grammy Awards
the Recording Academy has ever created, according
to Ken Ehrlich, executive producer of
the Grammy Awards telecast.
The film covers the 48 hours between late Friday
afternoon when Paul McCartney's performances
as" PERSON OF THE YEAR" http://twitpic.com/9rnwx9by
MusicCares being held at the Beverly Hills hotel Feb 10th 2012,
through the news of Whitney Houston's death on Saturday and
rehearsals and re-write sessions on Sunday.
A Death in the Family: The Show Must Go On will premiere
at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in North
Hollywood June 11. http://bit.ly/Kw2pM5
A DEATH IN THE FAMILY: THE SHOW MUST GO ON.
To me there is a big problem with this show having continued
Whitney would have said Stop Everything!
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Chaka Khan questions the decision to proceed
with Clive Davis’ annual pre-Grammy party just
hours after Houston’s passing: “I thought that
was complete insanity,” Chaka Khan tells Morgan.
STOP TAPE .28 "WHITNEY WOULDN'T SAID
THE SHOW MUST GO ON".
SHE WOULD HAVE SAID STOP EVERYTHING!!!
“I don’t know what could motivate a person,
to have a party, in a building, where the person,
whose life he had influenced so enormously,
and whose life had been affected by her…
I don’t understand how that party went on.”