Can’t Stop ‘Til We Get Enough Published June 28, 2009 • Updated on June 29, 2009 at 12:12 pm Get one parting look at a local tribute to Michael Jackson. As one fan put it: "It's imperative and I have a sense of duty to be here. And I owed it to him [Michael Jackson] in some cosmic way." 9 photos 1/9 Getty Images He's not The King of Pop, but for several DC fans of Michael Jackson, Who's Bad lead singer Joseph Bell did him justice Friday night at the 9:30 Club. 2/9 Getty Images From left to right, Jenn Ryan, Michael Behr and Celia McLaughlin don white gloves in preparation for one of two sold-out concerts by Who's Bad, "The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band." 3/9 Getty Images Bell and his band, Who's Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band, sold out two back-to-back shows after pop music icon Michael Jackson died in Los Angeles this past week. 4/9 Getty Images Tai Meah, 26, of Bethesda, Maryland, wears a t-shirt she bought in support of Michael Jackson during his last trial during one of the tribute concerts at the 9:30 Club. 5/9 Getty Images Justin Brigida, 24, of Fairfax, Virginia, pulled out his best MJ dance moves during one of the tribute concerts. 6/9 Getty Images Michael Behr (C) gets a kiss from a fan as he waits for a concert by Who's Bad. 7/9 Getty Images Michael Jackson impersonator Joseph Bell made many people feel better at the 9:30 Club Friday. 8/9 Getty Images Brigida has been a life-long Jackson fan and called the death of the pop music icon a "life-changing event." "It's imperative and I have a sense of duty to be here," he said. "And I owed it to him in some cosmic way." 9/9 Getty Images Farewell, Michael... Copyright Getty 0 More Photo Galleries Brag on Your Grad: Celebrating 2020 Graduates in DC, Maryland and Virginia Photos: Protests, Unrest in DC Following George Floyd’s Death Protesters, Enraged by Black Americans Killed, Gather Nationwide NBC4-T44 Friday Fun: Show and Tell!