Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” Gets the Percussive Fingerstyle Treatment

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Hard to believe it’s taken this long, but someone has finally come along and done a riveting percussive-acoustic fingerstyle version of a classic Jackson tune “Billie Jean.”

The pro-shot music video shows guitarist Alexandr Misko playing the solo-guitar piece in a perfectly lit tavern as patrons order drinks (and eat peanuts) in the background. We suggest you check it out.

For more about Misko, subscribe to his YouTube channel.

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