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“I’m a great fan of art. I love Michelangelo. If I had the chance to talk to him or read about him, I would want to know about what inspired him to become who he is – the anatomy of his craftsmanship. Not about who he went out with last night, or why he decided to sit out in the sun so long…” – Michael Jackson in 1993 Michael spent some down-time in Italy in May 1988 while traveling the world on the BAD tour. He visited the Sistine Chapel in Rome and St. Peter’s Cathedral in Vatican City, and also visited Michelangelo’s statue of David in Florence.
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“A sensory spectacle as dynamic as the King of Pop himself, ONE takes audiences on a mesmerizing, impeccably choreographed journey in which more than 60 actors, dancers, aerialists and acrobats reinterpret Jackson’s unparalleled artistic spirit.” – Las Vegas Magazine, March 2019 (Tickets: Link in Bio)
Michael Jackson
Congratulations to Prince Michael Jackson, Jr. on his graduation Cum Laude from Loyola Marymount University over the weekend! Photo: @princejackson
Michael Jackson
Michael’s Live in Bucharest and Live at Wembley Stadium concerts will be available for only one more week before the limited viewing window on his official YouTube Channel ends on Sunday, May 19. Be sure to set aside time to watch them before then!
Michael Jackson
This week in 2001, VH1 revealed their 100 Greatest Music Videos rankings which included 5 Michael Jackson short films including “Thriller” at #1. Listen to the songs this weekend — link in bio.
Michael Jackson
He led an army of love. Portrait by Steve Payne inspired by the work of George Dawe. #MJInspires
Michael Jackson
We are deeply saddened by the passing of director John Singleton, a trailblazer in entertainment who became the first African-American and youngest person ever nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director. Through films like Boyz N the Hood, Rosewood and Poetic Justice John told stories about the African-American experience that deserved to be heard with his unique insight and compassion. John’s collaboration with Michael on Remember the Time produced one of the most innovative and creative short films Michael ever made, leading to a working relationship and friendship both men always cherished. Our thoughts are with his loved ones. John Singleton will be missed. – The Estate of Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson
As he demonstrated throughout his life and through his songs, Michael believed that activism and participation in one’s community to build a better world was of utmost importance. On this day in 2002, Michael performed at “A Night at the Apollo” for the Democratic National Committee in the U.S. to encourage voter registration. His performance at the world-famous Apollo Theater in Harlem helped raise $2.5 million for the effort.
Michael Jackson
“It's incomprehensible for me how anyone could not see the direct connections between Jackson's impact on pop culture and MTV and WWF's rise to national level prominence and pop culture frenzy in the mid 80's. In my opinion, Jackson clearly paved the way for a larger than life show that wrestling quickly saw and joined during this 1980's visual art revolution. Jackson made mini movies/video's the norm. Please then tell me how "Piledriver" the video is not a direct effect of Jackson's pop culture influence.” – Ernie Lanford Can you think of any part of pop culture where Michael Jackson’s influence cannot be seen or felt?
Michael Jackson
Name That MJ Tune — how many of the songs in this 15 second video can you identify?? If you need help, listen to the This Is Michael Jackson playlist to hear these (and other) MJ songs.
Michael Jackson
In 1993, Michael’s Heal The World Foundation launched Heal L.A. as well as an initiative alongside President Jimmy Carter, to address issues of drug use prevention, medical, and educational services. “When it comes to charity, nobody can touch him,” said William Upton, a communications director for an anti-gang group in South Central L.A. #MJHumanitarian
Michael Jackson
Michael’s music still reigns at the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Michael Jackson
President George H.W. Bush honored Michael with the “Artist of the Decade” award on April 5, 1990. The President was recognizing the King of Pop’s humanitarian works in what he called the “points of light concept.” #MJHumanitarian
Michael Jackson
“I believe and trust that Michael Jackson was and is a magnificent incredible force to me and to many others.” – Ms. Diana Ross
Michael Jackson
Today in 1993, Michael gave a speech at the Milken Family Foundation awards honoring the important work that teachers and educators do. Take a moment to thank a teacher who made an impact on you today!
Michael Jackson
Part of Michael’s Heal The World Charity included the Michael Jackson Book Club. The book club was launched in 2001 with a celebratory event in Newark, NJ. What book most impacted you in your formative years? Answer in the comments and continue Michael’s efforts to encourage childhood literacy. Photo: Michael arrives at the launch of his book club.
Michael Jackson
The messages of Michael’s music are woven throughout the performance at Michael Jackson ONE. Surround yourself not only with Michael’s messages of love, but his calls to action to end war, work to save the planet, spread truth, and never forget to dream. Ticket link in bio.
Michael Jackson
TIME Magazine commissioned Andy Warhol to paint a portrait for its March, 1984 cover story on Michael Jackson. That portrait of Michael now hangs in the National Portrait Gallery, part of the Smithsonian Institution, in Washington, DC. It is one of the most respected art museums in the world. #MJLegacy
Michael Jackson
Among the many organizations that recognized Michael as an outstanding humanitarian was Black Radio Exclusive Magazine. In 1989, the publication presented Michael with its humanitarian award at its annual event held at the Universal Amphitheater in Universal City, CA.
Michael Jackson
“He was this musical genius with this childlike innocence. He was such a professional, and such a sweetheart.” – Eddie Van Halen on Michael Jackson. The short film for Beat It was filmed on March 9, 1983. Link in bio to watch. Photo: Eddie Van Halen joins Michael on stage in Texas.
Michael Jackson
“No matter what it takes, I’m not going to let this child die…I sent people all over the world to find a liver for him…I was so happy when I got a phone call and they said, ‘we found the liver.’” – Michael Jackson On a visit to Budapest in 1994, Michael and then-wife Lisa Marie Presley met Bela Farkas in the hospital. Little Bela had a terminal liver disease and would die without a transplant. Michael not only found a donor, but paid for the surgery, and continued to pay for Farkas’ medical care for years afterwards. Today, Bela Farkas is a father of a healthy baby girl and says he will always be grateful to Michael for saving his life.
Michael Jackson
“Love, ladies and gentlemen, is the human family’s most precious legacy, its richest bequest, its golden inheritance. And it is a treasure that is handed down from one generation to another. Previous ages may not have had the wealth we enjoy. Their houses may have lacked electricity, and they squeezed their many kids into small homes without central heating. But those homes had no darkness, nor were they cold. They were lit bright with the glow of love and they were warmed snugly by the very heat of the human heart.” – From Michael Jackson’s speech at Oxford Union, March 6, 2001
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"The home of Live Aid…the home of Nelson Mandela... and now the home of the King of Pop!’ Don’t miss the record setting first solo tour from the King of Pop. Michael Jackson: Live at Wembley now available for a limited time - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/Wembley!ig0319
Michael Jackson
Experience the magic of #TheDangerousTour with Michael Jackson: Live in Bucharest now available for a limited time.
Michael Jackson
Don’t miss the magic from the King of Pop himself! Immerse yourself in Michael Jackson. Live in Bucharest and Live at Wembley Stadium available for a limited time on Michael Jackson’s @youtube!
Michael Jackson
On March 1, 1988, Michael performed in New York at Madison Square Garden as part of the Bad Tour. He donated the proceeds from that evening’s performance to the United Negro College Fund. He presented a check for $600,000 to the fund, cementing his status as one of the UNCF’s biggest donors. #MJHumanitarian
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In February 1992, within 11 days Michael covered 30,000 miles in Africa to visit hospitals, orphanages, schools, churches, and institutions for mentally handicapped children. #MJHumanitarian
Michael Jackson
“I look up to Michael and I rather my fans know what MJ is to the culture and he in a category all by himself…” – Missy Elliott
Michael Jackson
Michael Jackson was single handedly responsible for equipping a 19-bed-unit at Mount Sinai New York Medical Center. This center is now a critical part of the T.J. Martell Foundation for leukemia and cancer research. #MJFacts #MJHumanitarian.
Michael Jackson
“To be an artist to Michael Jackson was more than what he did as an entertainer, but also to who he influenced and who he advocated for…the work that he was able to do with Elizabeth Taylor Foundation to support children from around the world and help find resources for kids.” – Usher
Michael Jackson
Presidents from Ronald Reagan through to Barack Obama admired Michael and welcomed him to the White House. He was honored by Presidents Reagan, Bush, and Clinton. #MJInfluence
Michael Jackson
"The one thing I try to impress upon people is that Michael was the epitome of love. He was the most loving, kind human being I have ever met in my entire life." – John Bahler
Michael Jackson
“Michael Jackson artistically and aesthetically never turned his back on blackness. His work was always in conversation with black culture both in the United States and more globally." - Mark Anthony Neal, Duke University #BlackHistoryMonth
Michael Jackson
On February 7, 1989, Michael Jackson visited Cleveland Elementary School in Stockton, CA to help offer solace to the survivors of the first mass shooting at a school in the United States. The visit “meant a lot” to the children affected by the shooting. #MJHumanitarian
Michael Jackson
“Man in the Mirror” debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States on February 6, 1988. Proceeds from the song were donated to Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times to help children suffering from cancer. #MJHumanitarian.
Michael Jackson
#TBT: Cinema Magazine in Germany promised behind-the-scenes photos from “Moonwalker” in this January, 1989 issue featuring Michael on the cover.
Michael Jackson
The BAD Tour ended January 27, 1989, after a record-setting 16 month run. The final shows featured a five-night stand in Los Angeles. All in all, Michael performed 123 shows in 15 countries for 4.4 million people.
Michael Jackson
Michael again made history by winning the first “International Artist” Award at the American Music Awards on January 25, 1993. He also received honors for Best Album (pop/rock) for Dangerous and Best Soul/R&B Single for “Remember the Time” that night.
Michael Jackson
Today, we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his leadership, his drive for civil rights for Black Americans, and his legacy. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” – Dr. Martin Luther King
Michael Jackson
“This is wonderful, again. I’m really happy. Three makes me REALLY happy.” – Michael Jackson upon accepting his third award for the night at the 1980 American Music Awards, held on January 18, 1980. Michael won for Best Soul/R&B record for Off The Wall, Best Soul/R&B Single for “Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough,” and Favorite Male Soul/R&B artist.
Michael Jackson
On January 17, 1994, a terrifying earthquake shook the San Fernando Valley, leaving thousands of people homeless. Michael responded by donating money, washers and dryers, and visits to Universal Studios to provide some respite to the victims. #MJHumanitarian
Michael Jackson
“They were exhilarating to be around. When you pushed the ‘on’ button, it was like nothing you’d ever seen before.” – Photographer Jeffrey Scales on photographing the Jacksons in 1978.
Michael Jackson
Michael sang about the perils of environmental destruction in “Earth Song,” and about actively participating in the global community in “Heal the World” among other songs. Do your part to reduce waste with this reusable BAD tour shopping tote. Link in bio
Michael Jackson
Michael returned to the recording studio to create BAD in January, 1987. It was during the recording of this album that Michael started a new tradition of “Family Night” each Friday in the studio, where he had his cooks make dinner for the whole studio crew. Engineer Bruce Swedien remembers: “It was incredible. That tradition that Michael started made us feel like a real family. The same tradition continued through the recording of Dangerous and HIStory, Book I.”
Michael Jackson
Michael played the first of two nights of back to back sold-out concerts at Aloha Stadium in January, 1997. "We feel privileged as the Hawaiian people as the local people, and he has so much "aloha," said a fan at the time.
Michael Jackson
“Billie Jean” was released as a single January 2, 1983. The song was mixed 91 times by Bruce Swedien. Michael recorded the vocals through a six-foot-long tube, and only did one take. It went on to win two Grammys, a Juno, and an American Music Award among others. Have you ever tried to mimic Michael’s famous pose here? Give it a try – upload a photo of yourself doing the “toe-stand” and hashtag it #BillieJean. Let’s see what you’ve got.
Michael Jackson
Happy New Year! One piece of Michael’s legacy is his unending desire for constant self-improvement. What goals are you setting for yourself as we dive into 2019, MJFam?
Michael Jackson
“Christmas is a wonderful way of celebrating love. I can’t see Christmas without Michael, or Michael without Christmas” – Elizabeth Taylor
Michael Jackson
“…But his fatal flaw, and simultaneously the source of his immense power, was a truly revolutionary Romantic vision. Not Romantic in the sappy way greeting card companies and florists use the word, but in its older, Byronic sense of someone who commits their entire life to pursing a creative ideal in defiance of social order and even natural law. Jackson's Romantic ideal… was an Age of Aquarius-inspired vision using of pop music to build racial, sexual, generational and religious harmony.” – Hampton Stevens in The Atlantic
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    “I’m a great fan of art. I love Michelangelo. If I had the chance to talk to him or read about him, I would want to know about what inspired him to become who he is – the anatomy of his craftsmanship. Not about who he went out with last night, or why he decided to sit out in the sun so long…” – Michael Jackson in 1993 Michael spent some down-time in Italy in May 1988 while traveling the world on the BAD tour. He visited the Sistine Chapel in Rome and St. Peter’s Cathedral in Vatican City, and also visited Michelangelo’s statue of David in Florence.
  • Michael Jackson

    “A sensory spectacle as dynamic as the King of Pop himself, ONE takes audiences on a mesmerizing, impeccably choreographed journey in which more than 60 actors, dancers, aerialists and acrobats reinterpret Jackson’s unparalleled artistic spirit.” – Las Vegas Magazine, March 2019 (Tickets: Link in Bio)
  • Michael Jackson

    Congratulations to Prince Michael Jackson, Jr. on his graduation Cum Laude from Loyola Marymount University over the weekend! Photo: @princejackson
  • Michael Jackson

    Michael’s Live in Bucharest and Live at Wembley Stadium concerts will be available for only one more week before the limited viewing window on his official YouTube Channel ends on Sunday, May 19. Be sure to set aside time to watch them before then!
  • Michael Jackson

    This week in 2001, VH1 revealed their 100 Greatest Music Videos rankings which included 5 Michael Jackson short films including “Thriller” at #1. Listen to the songs this weekend — link in bio.
  • Michael Jackson

    He led an army of love. Portrait by Steve Payne inspired by the work of George Dawe. #MJInspires
  • Michael Jackson

    We are deeply saddened by the passing of director John Singleton, a trailblazer in entertainment who became the first African-American and youngest person ever nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director. Through films like Boyz N the Hood, Rosewood and Poetic Justice John told stories about the African-American experience that deserved to be heard with his unique insight and compassion. John’s collaboration with Michael on Remember the Time produced one of the most innovative and creative short films Michael ever made, leading to a working relationship and friendship both men always cherished. Our thoughts are with his loved ones. John Singleton will be missed. – The Estate of Michael Jackson
  • Michael Jackson

    As he demonstrated throughout his life and through his songs, Michael believed that activism and participation in one’s community to build a better world was of utmost importance. On this day in 2002, Michael performed at “A Night at the Apollo” for the Democratic National Committee in the U.S. to encourage voter registration. His performance at the world-famous Apollo Theater in Harlem helped raise $2.5 million for the effort.
  • Michael Jackson

    “It's incomprehensible for me how anyone could not see the direct connections between Jackson's impact on pop culture and MTV and WWF's rise to national level prominence and pop culture frenzy in the mid 80's. In my opinion, Jackson clearly paved the way for a larger than life show that wrestling quickly saw and joined during this 1980's visual art revolution. Jackson made mini movies/video's the norm. Please then tell me how "Piledriver" the video is not a direct effect of Jackson's pop culture influence.” – Ernie Lanford Can you think of any part of pop culture where Michael Jackson’s influence cannot be seen or felt?
  • Michael Jackson

    Name That MJ Tune — how many of the songs in this 15 second video can you identify?? If you need help, listen to the This Is Michael Jackson playlist to hear these (and other) MJ songs.
  • Michael Jackson

    In 1993, Michael’s Heal The World Foundation launched Heal L.A. as well as an initiative alongside President Jimmy Carter, to address issues of drug use prevention, medical, and educational services. “When it comes to charity, nobody can touch him,” said William Upton, a communications director for an anti-gang group in South Central L.A. #MJHumanitarian
  • Michael Jackson

    Michael’s music still reigns at the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
  • Michael Jackson

    President George H.W. Bush honored Michael with the “Artist of the Decade” award on April 5, 1990. The President was recognizing the King of Pop’s humanitarian works in what he called the “points of light concept.” #MJHumanitarian
  • Michael Jackson

    “I believe and trust that Michael Jackson was and is a magnificent incredible force to me and to many others.” – Ms. Diana Ross
  • Michael Jackson

    Today in 1993, Michael gave a speech at the Milken Family Foundation awards honoring the important work that teachers and educators do. Take a moment to thank a teacher who made an impact on you today!
  • Michael Jackson

    Part of Michael’s Heal The World Charity included the Michael Jackson Book Club. The book club was launched in 2001 with a celebratory event in Newark, NJ. What book most impacted you in your formative years? Answer in the comments and continue Michael’s efforts to encourage childhood literacy. Photo: Michael arrives at the launch of his book club.
  • Michael Jackson

    The messages of Michael’s music are woven throughout the performance at Michael Jackson ONE. Surround yourself not only with Michael’s messages of love, but his calls to action to end war, work to save the planet, spread truth, and never forget to dream. Ticket link in bio.
  • Michael Jackson

    TIME Magazine commissioned Andy Warhol to paint a portrait for its March, 1984 cover story on Michael Jackson. That portrait of Michael now hangs in the National Portrait Gallery, part of the Smithsonian Institution, in Washington, DC. It is one of the most respected art museums in the world. #MJLegacy
  • Michael Jackson

    Among the many organizations that recognized Michael as an outstanding humanitarian was Black Radio Exclusive Magazine. In 1989, the publication presented Michael with its humanitarian award at its annual event held at the Universal Amphitheater in Universal City, CA.
  • Michael Jackson

    “He was this musical genius with this childlike innocence. He was such a professional, and such a sweetheart.” – Eddie Van Halen on Michael Jackson. The short film for Beat It was filmed on March 9, 1983. Link in bio to watch. Photo: Eddie Van Halen joins Michael on stage in Texas.
  • Michael Jackson

    “No matter what it takes, I’m not going to let this child die…I sent people all over the world to find a liver for him…I was so happy when I got a phone call and they said, ‘we found the liver.’” – Michael Jackson On a visit to Budapest in 1994, Michael and then-wife Lisa Marie Presley met Bela Farkas in the hospital. Little Bela had a terminal liver disease and would die without a transplant. Michael not only found a donor, but paid for the surgery, and continued to pay for Farkas’ medical care for years afterwards. Today, Bela Farkas is a father of a healthy baby girl and says he will always be grateful to Michael for saving his life.
  • Michael Jackson

    “Love, ladies and gentlemen, is the human family’s most precious legacy, its richest bequest, its golden inheritance. And it is a treasure that is handed down from one generation to another. Previous ages may not have had the wealth we enjoy. Their houses may have lacked electricity, and they squeezed their many kids into small homes without central heating. But those homes had no darkness, nor were they cold. They were lit bright with the glow of love and they were warmed snugly by the very heat of the human heart.” – From Michael Jackson’s speech at Oxford Union, March 6, 2001
  • Michael Jackson

    "The home of Live Aid…the home of Nelson Mandela... and now the home of the King of Pop!’ Don’t miss the record setting first solo tour from the King of Pop. Michael Jackson: Live at Wembley now available for a limited time - https://MichaelJackson.lnk.to/Wembley!ig0319
  • Michael Jackson

    Experience the magic of #TheDangerousTour with Michael Jackson: Live in Bucharest now available for a limited time.
  • Michael Jackson

    Don’t miss the magic from the King of Pop himself! Immerse yourself in Michael Jackson. Live in Bucharest and Live at Wembley Stadium available for a limited time on Michael Jackson’s @youtube!
  • Michael Jackson

    On March 1, 1988, Michael performed in New York at Madison Square Garden as part of the Bad Tour. He donated the proceeds from that evening’s performance to the United Negro College Fund. He presented a check for $600,000 to the fund, cementing his status as one of the UNCF’s biggest donors. #MJHumanitarian
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    In February 1992, within 11 days Michael covered 30,000 miles in Africa to visit hospitals, orphanages, schools, churches, and institutions for mentally handicapped children. #MJHumanitarian
  • Michael Jackson

    “I look up to Michael and I rather my fans know what MJ is to the culture and he in a category all by himself…” – Missy Elliott
  • Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson was single handedly responsible for equipping a 19-bed-unit at Mount Sinai New York Medical Center. This center is now a critical part of the T.J. Martell Foundation for leukemia and cancer research. #MJFacts #MJHumanitarian.
  • Michael Jackson

    “To be an artist to Michael Jackson was more than what he did as an entertainer, but also to who he influenced and who he advocated for…the work that he was able to do with Elizabeth Taylor Foundation to support children from around the world and help find resources for kids.” – Usher
  • Michael Jackson

    Presidents from Ronald Reagan through to Barack Obama admired Michael and welcomed him to the White House. He was honored by Presidents Reagan, Bush, and Clinton. #MJInfluence
  • Michael Jackson

    "The one thing I try to impress upon people is that Michael was the epitome of love. He was the most loving, kind human being I have ever met in my entire life." – John Bahler
  • Michael Jackson

    “Michael Jackson artistically and aesthetically never turned his back on blackness. His work was always in conversation with black culture both in the United States and more globally." - Mark Anthony Neal, Duke University #BlackHistoryMonth
  • Michael Jackson

    On February 7, 1989, Michael Jackson visited Cleveland Elementary School in Stockton, CA to help offer solace to the survivors of the first mass shooting at a school in the United States. The visit “meant a lot” to the children affected by the shooting. #MJHumanitarian
  • Michael Jackson

    “Man in the Mirror” debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States on February 6, 1988. Proceeds from the song were donated to Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times to help children suffering from cancer. #MJHumanitarian.
  • Michael Jackson

    #TBT: Cinema Magazine in Germany promised behind-the-scenes photos from “Moonwalker” in this January, 1989 issue featuring Michael on the cover.
  • Michael Jackson

    The BAD Tour ended January 27, 1989, after a record-setting 16 month run. The final shows featured a five-night stand in Los Angeles. All in all, Michael performed 123 shows in 15 countries for 4.4 million people.
  • Michael Jackson

    Michael again made history by winning the first “International Artist” Award at the American Music Awards on January 25, 1993. He also received honors for Best Album (pop/rock) for Dangerous and Best Soul/R&B Single for “Remember the Time” that night.
  • Michael Jackson

    Today, we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., his leadership, his drive for civil rights for Black Americans, and his legacy. “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” – Dr. Martin Luther King
  • Michael Jackson

    “This is wonderful, again. I’m really happy. Three makes me REALLY happy.” – Michael Jackson upon accepting his third award for the night at the 1980 American Music Awards, held on January 18, 1980. Michael won for Best Soul/R&B record for Off The Wall, Best Soul/R&B Single for “Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough,” and Favorite Male Soul/R&B artist.
  • Michael Jackson

    On January 17, 1994, a terrifying earthquake shook the San Fernando Valley, leaving thousands of people homeless. Michael responded by donating money, washers and dryers, and visits to Universal Studios to provide some respite to the victims. #MJHumanitarian
  • Michael Jackson

    “They were exhilarating to be around. When you pushed the ‘on’ button, it was like nothing you’d ever seen before.” – Photographer Jeffrey Scales on photographing the Jacksons in 1978.
  • Michael Jackson

    Michael sang about the perils of environmental destruction in “Earth Song,” and about actively participating in the global community in “Heal the World” among other songs. Do your part to reduce waste with this reusable BAD tour shopping tote. Link in bio
  • Michael Jackson

    Michael returned to the recording studio to create BAD in January, 1987. It was during the recording of this album that Michael started a new tradition of “Family Night” each Friday in the studio, where he had his cooks make dinner for the whole studio crew. Engineer Bruce Swedien remembers: “It was incredible. That tradition that Michael started made us feel like a real family. The same tradition continued through the recording of Dangerous and HIStory, Book I.”
  • Michael Jackson

    Michael played the first of two nights of back to back sold-out concerts at Aloha Stadium in January, 1997. "We feel privileged as the Hawaiian people as the local people, and he has so much "aloha," said a fan at the time.
  • Michael Jackson

    “Billie Jean” was released as a single January 2, 1983. The song was mixed 91 times by Bruce Swedien. Michael recorded the vocals through a six-foot-long tube, and only did one take. It went on to win two Grammys, a Juno, and an American Music Award among others. Have you ever tried to mimic Michael’s famous pose here? Give it a try – upload a photo of yourself doing the “toe-stand” and hashtag it #BillieJean. Let’s see what you’ve got.
  • Michael Jackson

    Happy New Year! One piece of Michael’s legacy is his unending desire for constant self-improvement. What goals are you setting for yourself as we dive into 2019, MJFam?
  • Michael Jackson

    “Christmas is a wonderful way of celebrating love. I can’t see Christmas without Michael, or Michael without Christmas” – Elizabeth Taylor
  • Michael Jackson

    “…But his fatal flaw, and simultaneously the source of his immense power, was a truly revolutionary Romantic vision. Not Romantic in the sappy way greeting card companies and florists use the word, but in its older, Byronic sense of someone who commits their entire life to pursing a creative ideal in defiance of social order and even natural law. Jackson's Romantic ideal… was an Age of Aquarius-inspired vision using of pop music to build racial, sexual, generational and religious harmony.” – Hampton Stevens in The Atlantic
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