Michael Jackson fans are outraged after the late singer’s name was taken out of Quincy Jones’s forthcoming London show. 

The music producer’s event was previously billed as a night celebrating three of the late pop singer’s most iconic albums – Off the Wall, Thriller and Bad – in June, complete with a live symphony orchestra.

A new poster now cites the event as Quincy Jones: Presents Soundtrack of the 80s. Defining Albums and Iconic Songs.

Songs by Michael Jackson will still be performed on the night. However, the event will incorporate other significant artists of the era.

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