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

Archive for the ‘2007’ Category

Today in MJJ HIStory

October 31, 2010

1979 – Michael attends his friend Jane Fonda’s Halloween Disco Party at The Hollywood Palace. 1987 – Hitkrant 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 […]

Today in MJJ HIStory

October 3, 2010

1977 – The Wiz rehearsals began in New York City. 1979 – The Jacksons perform Destiny tour in New Orleans, United States. 1983 – Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney’s single “Say, Say, Say/Ode To A Koala Bear” was released in the United Kingdom. The song was produced by George Martin for McCartney’s 5th solo album, […]

Today in MJJ HIStory

September 25, 2010

1987 – Michael performs BAD tour at Yokohama Stadium in Yokohama [Japan] attending 38,000 fans. 2007 – Michael makes a photoshoot for the upcoming cover of Ebony magazine at the Harlem museum with photographer Matthew Rolston (Brooklyn Museum, NY). Ebony magazine had been working with Michael and his staff for eight months on the details […]

Today in MJJ HIStory

September 20, 2010

1987 – Michael performs BAD tour at Nishinomiya Stadium in Osaka [Japan]. 1992 – Michael performs Dangerous tour at Football Stadium, Oviedo [Spain] attending 25,000. Slash made a guest appearance during Michael’s concert. 1993 – during his stay in Tel Aviv, Israel, Jackson visits ill patients at a hospital, speaks to and passes toys to […]

Today in MJJ HIStory

September 15, 2010

1987 – Blues & Soul magazine [UK] feature Michael on the cover with the story Michael Jackson: Bad times ahead. 1988 – Seventeen years after the Jackson 5ive cartoon series first aired, Michael was a cartoon again. Michael lent his song, “Beat It” to be used in a Flinstone Kids cartoon special encouraging kids to […]

Today in MJJ HIStory

July 19, 2010

1971 – The Jackson 5ive began a U.S. tour at the Coliseum in Charlotte, NC. 1972 – The Jackson 5ive Concert in Chicago (Illinois) 1988 – Michael Jackson & Jimmy Jam visit Elstree Studios where Steven Spielberg is directing Indiana Jones and they both meet Harrison Ford. 1992 – Concerts his Dangerous World Tour in […]

Today in MJJ HIStory

July 3, 2010

1980 – The Jacksons album Triumph was released. Despite the group’s immediate absence from the concert stage, Triumph became the group’s first album to reach number one on the R & B charts since 1971’s Maybe Tomorrow. Despite sporting popular hits like Lovely One and Can You Feel It, the album’s “Triumph” was no doubt […]

Today in MJJ HIStory

June 27, 2010

1970 – The Jackson 5 became the first group to top the Hot 100 with its first three chart entries when “The Love You Save” boarded the top. The Love You Save” is a 1970 number-one hit single recorded by The Jackson 5 for the Motown label. It held the number-one spot on the soul […]

Today in MJJ HIStory

June 27, 2010

1970 – The Jackson 5 became the first group to top the Hot 100 with its first three chart entries when “The Love You Save” boarded the top.The Love You Save” is a 1970 number-one hit single recorded by The Jackson 5 for the Motown label. It held the number-one spot on the soul singles […]

Today in MJJ HIStory

June 14, 2010

1973 – Michael Jackson is on Recording Session for Touch The One You Love. Produced by Mel Larson and Jerry Marcellino. Composed by Artie Wayne and George Clinton. This song was recorded on 14th June 1973, and included in an updated mix on Michael’s Farewell My Summer Love album, issued in May 1984 in the […]