Michael Jackson For All Time
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Today in MJJ HIStory


1973 – Motown ships the new Jackson 5 single, “Get It Together,” while the group plays the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville as part of a 50-date tour.

1981 – The Jacksons perform the Triumph tour at Riverfront Coliseum, Cincinnati, U.S.

On the same day Michael Jackson’s single We’re Almost There hit #46 in the U.K. six years after charting in the U.S.

1984 – The Jacksons perform Victory tour at Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA attending 48,783.

1987I Just Can’t Stop Loving You, Michael’s duet with Siedah Garrett, enter the US Singles Chart at #37.
The song also entered UK. It quickly traveled to #1 on both charts giving Michael yet another trans-atlantic #1 hit! (his 7th #1 in US)
The balled written & composed by Michael, became the 1st of five consecutive #1 Hot 100 singles from the “Bad” album, which also hit #1 in Hot AC & Hot R&B charts. The single topped other European charts, including Belgium, Denmark, Netherland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Spain. The single become the #3 best selling single of 1987, earning Michael his 13th Gold record in both US & UK.

1992 – Michael performs Dangerous world tour at Weser Stadium in Bremen, Germany attending 45,000 fans.

1994 – Michael & Lisa Marie visited sick children at an hospital.

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