Michael Jackson For All Time
Take a Trip Down on the Memory Lane with the King of Pop


1989 – Michael Jackson fakes a pass to Bo Jackson of the Los Angeles Raiders and Kansas City Royals at Michael’s recording studio in Los Angeles. Bo stopped by for a visit and gave Michael an autographed football and a baseball.


1992 – Sending relief to Sarajevo
Michael announces the sending of $2.1M relief supplies to Sarajevo
November 24, 1992 at John F. Kennedy Airport in New-York, NY



1991 – With Brooke Shields at The Inn Of The Seventh Ray Restaurant
Michael and Brooke Shields go out for dinner
November 18, 1991 at The Inn Of The Seventh Ray Restaurant, Malibu, Ca



1984 – Magician Franz Harary levitates Michael Jackson backstage. Harary will be in charge of the stage illusions at Jackson’s upcoming concert.

2003 – Michael was honored for his contributions to Racial Harmony at the Third Annual “Power of Oneness” Awards held at the Universal Studios Hollywood Globe Theater in Los Angeles, CA. Ed Begley Jr., The Jim Henson Company, Dr. Joy DeGruy-Leary and Brad Gluckstein are among the illustrious honorees.

Michael Jackson received The Power of Oneness Lifetime Achievement Award for his lifelong commitment to writing, singing and speaking about the need for us to take responsibility for the worlds children and making the our world a better place. “Man in the Mirror“, “Heal the World“, “Black Or White“, “The Lost Children“, “We Are the World“, and “What More Can I Give” are but a few of the inspiring songs Michael has recorded during his career, showing by example how music can be used to entertain, heal and educate.

The 2003 Power of Oneness Awards ceremony preceded by a dinner & silent auction; items for auction have been donated by Universal Music, Michael Jackson, Carlos Santana, artist Romero Britto, Tiffany & Co., and many more. The awards program (written and directed by off-Broadway playwright and choreographer, Kamal Sinclair-Steele) promised to be a vibrant fusion of dance, music, multi-media, spoken-word and theatrical presentations representing a vivid celebration of the creativity and diversity of the human family – a celebration of our oneness.


1993 – Michael performs at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City [Mexico] attending 100,000.


1993 – Michael performs at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City [Mexico] attending 100,000.


1993 – Michael performs at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City [Mexico] attending 100,000.


1979 – Michael attends his friend Jane Fonda’s Halloween Disco Party at The Hollywood Palace.

MJ at Halloween Party

1987Hitkrant magazine [Netherlands] featured Michael on their cover.

Michael Jackson’s single BAD hit #1 in the U.S. for a second consecutive week.

The Way You Make Me Feel, promoted with a nine minutes short film directed by Joe Pytka, co-starred Tatiana Thumbtzen, and featured a cameo appearance by Michael’s sister, La Toya, premiered on 31st October 1987.
Extended 25 minute version also made – exclusively screened by Michael at his Neverland home.

1992Hitkrant magazine[Netherlands] featured Michael with Slash on their cover with the headline: Slash & Michael – Wat Niemand Voor Mogelijk Hield [Michael & Slash – What No one Thought Possible]

1993 – Michael performs at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City [Mexico] attending 100,000.

Michael’s grandfather, Samuel Jackson dies at the age of 90.

1995 – Michael perform Dangerous & You Are Not Alone at the Soul Train 25th Anniversary Hall Of Fame show (aired on 22nd November).

The short film Ghosts is premiered in 11 selected Sony cinemas.

2000 – Further news on Michael’s planned movie “The Nightmare Of Edgar Allen Poe” was revealed. Gary Pudney to “The Columbus Dispatch”: “Michael Jackson will move to Montreal with his two children in early 2001 to prepare for the shooting of his long-planned movie.”

Production is to begin in March and Michael will act in the leading role and also will be executive producer, with Gary Pudney and Jim Green.

Gary Pudney told columnist Marilyn Beck: “Michael’s not going to look exactly like Poe, but you won’t be able to tell the difference between them 10 minutes into the picture, it’s going to be absolutely spectacular, full of gruesome goodies – and concluding with all the ghosts Poe wrote about coming back to haunt him at the end of his life. We’ll also be hiring six to eight other incredible actors to help bring Michael up to snuff, he’ll have an acting coach prior to production and during shooting.”

Michael is currently writing the theme song, which he will sing. Gary Pudney: “He wants to concentrate on films, we’re already planning on more Poe films, and there are one or two other pictures we are also talking about doing. Michael is wired into the hierarchy of Hollywood – people like Marlon Brando and Elizabeth Taylor, with whom he wants to work – and vice versa.”

The exciting news about Michael’s plans to play Edgar Allen Poe was revealed for the first time in an interview with “TV GUIDE” magazine dated December 4 – 10, 1999.

2007 – Access Hollywood airs a preview of Michael’s photoshoot for Ebony magazine.

Michael & the kids celebrates Halloween at the Cascio family house in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey.

2008 – Michael takes the kids to an Haloween party at Natalie Maines’house (the singer from the Dixie Chicks) They were invited by Veronique Peck.


1972 – In London, the Jackson 5 participated in the “Royal Variety Performance.”

1984 – The Jacksons perform Victory tour at Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia [USA] attending 30,000.

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” was certified at 20 times Platinum by the RIAA.

2000 – Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” was certified at 26 times Platinum by the RIAA.

Michael Jackson’s “Blood On The Dance Floor: History in the Mix” was certified Platinum by the RIAA.

2001 – Michael Jackson’s album “Invincible” was released in US and Canada.
Michael dedicates album “Invincible” (released October 30, 2001) to 15-year-old murdered African-Norwegian, Benjamin Hermansen, advising on the importance of not judging a person by race, but by character.

The album was the Michael’s first in 10 years that featured all new material. Invincible spent two years in production and cost approximately $30 million to make; reportedly the most expensive album ever made. The album featured 16 tracks, 14 of which Michael wrote or co-wrote; “Unbreakable”, “Heartbreaker”, “Invincible”, “Heaven Can Wait”, “You Rock My World”, “Speechless”, “2000 Watts”, “You Are My Life”, “Privacy”, “Don’t Walk Away”, “The Lost Children” and “Threatened”. R. Kelly contributed the anthem track “Cry” and UK duo Floetry contributed the beautiful “Butterflies”. Slash performed a guitar solo on “Privacy” and Santana contributed a guitar performance to “Whatever Happens”. The album featured two posthumous appearances; a rap performance by Notorious B.I.G on “Unbreakable” and samples of Rod Sterling’s voice on “Threatened”. Brandy contributed additional vocals to “Unbreakable”. Michael brought in Rodney Jerkins of Darkchild to produce and write on six of the tracks. Again, Michael produced the entire project himself and played many of the musical instruments. The album was initially released with cover art that came in five limited edition colours. Invincible went to number 1 in 13 countries including the US, UK and Australia. The album showed incredible first week sales in the US, selling over 300,000 copies. Invincible sold a massive 5.4 million copies in just two months of its release.

2008 – Michael takes Prince, Paris & Blanket to Borders Library in Westwood.

Michael’s spokesperson, Dr. Tohme, in response to recent rumors regarding Michael’s participation in a Jackson 5 reunion, has issued the following statement from Michael Jackson:

“My brothers and sisters have my full love and support, and we’ve certainly shared many great experiences, but at this time I have no plans to record or tour with them. I am now in the studio developing new and exciting projects that I look forward to sharing with my fans in concert soon.”


1982 – Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson release “Girl is Mine”.

1984 – The Jacksons perform Victory tour at Fulton County Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia [USA] attending 31,000.

1991 – Michael & Bruce Swedien complete the mixing of the Dangerous album in Los Angeles.

1993 – Michael performs at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City [Mexico] attending 100,000.

1996 – Michael performs the second HIStory concert at Merdeka Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia attending 30,000.

1998 – Michael & Debbie go to the Getty museum in Los Angeles with Prince & Paris

2001 – Michael Jackson’s first studio album in six years, “Invincible” had officially been released [US release date: October 30].

Michael Jackson has been “Bad”. He’s also been quite “Dangerous”. But now, six years after his last studio album, the Gloved One is hoping to prove he’s Invincible. The disc executive produced by Jackson with the help of a bevy of hot producers and writers is aimed at planting the superstar back on top after several years of speculation that his career was on the decline.

The absolutely amazing album is available in five different colors [cover] – for a limited time – and features over 77 minutes of new, groundbreaking and truly invincible music! Without a shadow of a doubt the best album of the last six years!!!

“Invincible”, the most recent release from Epic Records Group superstar Michael Jackson, had claimed the #1 spot on charts in countries around the world including The U.S., The U.K., Australia, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey.

Featuring tracks like “You Rock My World” (the first single) and “Speechless,” Invincible features the hit-making handiwork of producers Rodney Jerkins and Teddy Riley, among others.

2008 – Michael takes Prince, Paris & Blanket to an Halloween party in L.A.

2009 8 Days magazine[Singapore] featured Michael on the cover with the headline: Psst, what is it? A tribute to MJ’s greatness… his ‘two voices’, fake noses & when he was hawt