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MAY 22, 2003 - (16 years ago today) Whitney Houston performed at the VH1 Divas Duets, a concert to benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here she is photographed backstage before the show. (Photo by Frank Micelotta)
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Whitney's song "Love That Man" (her fourth and final single from her Just Whitney album), was released in the U.S. on May 20, 2003, 16 years ago today. The remix reached #1 on the U.S. Dance Club Songs charts. The song was co-written by Babyface and co -produced by him as well.
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May 17, 1986 (33 years ago today), Whitney's recording of "The Greatest Love of All" hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts!
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On May 16, 2000 (19 years ago today), Arista Records released "Whitney: The Greatest Hits", a compilation album of two discs - one with ballads and the other with uptempo and re-mixes. The Star Bangled Banner and One Moment in Time were also included in the set, along with 4 new songs: Could I Have This Kiss Forever ( with Enrique Iglesias), If I Told You That (with George Michael), Same Script Different Cast (with Deborah Cox) and Fine. It reached Top 10 in most countries (including #1 in UK and #5 in U.S.) After Whitney's passing, it came back on Billboard 200 Chart at #2.
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May 15, 1989 - Whitney pictured visiting CeCe and BeBe Winans backstage at The Apollo Theatre after the sibling's gospel concert that evening.
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Happy Birthday Stevie Wonder! Whitney and Stevie pictured together backstage at 1999 MTV Movie Awards, held in California. Whitney loved Stevie and was always so honored when she got to sing with him.
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The June 2019 issue of British Vogue has released some never-before-seen photos of Whitney by famed fashion photographer Steven Meisel. The photos are outtakes from various sessions Steven did with Whitney back in the 80s. Here is a sampling.
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May 1990 - (29 years ago this month) - Whitney received The Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award at The Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony, held in New York City. Whitney is pictured here accepting her award. Named after one of its founders, The Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award, the award is given to artists who have been responsible for "a substantial number of hits...". At this point in her career, Whitney had only released two albums and was working on her third.
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On May 9, 1989 (30 years ago today) - Aretha Franklin's album 'Through The Storm' was released. The album contained Aretha's duet with Whitney titled 'It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be'. The song would be released as a single later that year.
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In honor of last night's #MetGala in NYC, here is Whitney at the 1999 Met Gala. She was dressed by Dolce & Gabbana for the evening. The Met Gala is a major fundraising benefit for The Metropolitan Museum in New York and is traditionally the opening celebration of The Costume Exhibit's annual fashion exhibit. The Gala is widely regarded as one of the most exclusive social events in the world.
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On May 5, 1994, Whitney received 5 awards at The World Music Awards held in Monte Carlo. Here she is being presented with World's Best Selling Pop Artist of The Year award by her mother, Cissy Houston.
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On May 3, 2003, Whitney's song "Try It On My Own" peaked at #10 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts. Pictured here is Whitney performing the song in an episode of the TV show "Boston Public" that same month.
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32 Years Ago Today (May 2, 1987) "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" was released as a single, the first single from Whitney's second album. The song went to Number One around the world and has become iconic, being featured in many films and tv shows in the last couple of years and covered by young artists such as Maggie Rogers. Here is Whitney pictured on the set of the video shoot.
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In May of 1987, Whitney and Cissy appeared as part of an ABC-TV Special called "Superstars and Their Moms" in honor of Mother's Day that year.
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It's baseball season! Here is Whitney pictured backstage at her Jones Beach concert in August 1986 with famed members of the '86 New York Mets baseball team - Gary Carter and Darryl Strawberry.
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33 years ago today (April 26, 1986), Whitney's song "The Greatest Love Of All" from her debut album, reached Number One on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts. The song had been written back in 1977 by Michael Masser and Linda Creed and originally recorded by George Benson, whose version peaked at #24 in the U.S. The video (with a cameo from Cissy Houston) was filmed at the famed Apollo Theater in Harlem, NYC.
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Looking for a new Whitney T-shirt? Special Limited Edition unisex shirt - comes in sizes up to 3X. Get them now while they are still available. (Link in bio)
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Hard to believe but it's 31 years ago today (April 23, 1988) that Whitney Houston's hit song "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" hit Number One on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This accomplishment marked a HUGE milestone for Whitney as it was her record breaking seventh consecutive number one single. That record still stands today. Everyone knows how much Whitney loved Nelson Mandela - here she is singing the song and dedicating it to him at his 70th Birthday celebration at Wembley Stadium in London in June '88.
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Here is Whitney onstage in April 1991 in Minneapolis, Minnesota during her I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour. Pictured with her is guitarist Ray Fuller, who also played with acts such as Anita Baker and Natalie Cole and his guitar can be heard on "I Will Always Love You".
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This iconic photo of Whitney was taken on April 18, 1991 onstage in Knoxville, Tennessee as she took a bow at the end of her opening show of the U.S. portion of her I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour. The tour ended in early October of that year.
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April 1988 - A billboard in Rotterdam Netherlands advertising Whitney's shows on her Moment of Truth World Tour. This was Whitney's second world tour and ran from July 1987 through most of 1988. The Netherlands (Holland) was a very popular tour stop for Whitney.
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Whitney's duet with Stevie Wonder, titled "We Didn't Know", was the sixth and final single from her "I'm Your Baby Tonight" album and was released on April 14, 1992 (27 years ago). Written and produced by Stevie Wonder, "We Didn't Know" was an R&B only release in the US where it would peak at No.20 on the Billboard R&B Singles Chart.
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On April 12, 2003 (16 years ago today), Whitney's song "Try It On My Own" (sometimes known as On My Own) hit #1 on the Billboard/Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. The song was the third single from her "Just Whitney" album and was written by Babyface, Carole Bayer Sager, Aleese Simmons, Jason Edmonds, and Nathan Walton and produced by Babyface. Whitney performed the song on an episode of the tv series "Boston Public", which aired in May 2003.
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Today - April 10 - is Babyface's Birthday! This is a rare photo from one of Clive Davis's Grammy Parties in early 1996 at The Beverly Hills Hotel - Clive had asked many of the performers (and Babyface) on the Waiting To Exhale album who were there that night up on to the stage. In addition to Whitney and Babyface and others, you can also see Chaka and Mary J. Blige in the shot. Happy Birthday Babyface!
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On April 9, 1994 (25 years ago today), Whitney performed at Sting and Trudie Styler's annual Rainforest Foundation Benefit concert at Carnegie Hall in New York. Other performers that night included James Taylor, Elton John, Sting and Luciano Pavarotti. Whitney performed "I Will Always Love You", "If It's Magic" and this wonderful portion of the opera classic "La Donna e Mobile" from Verdi's Rigoletto. Here is a clip of Whitney singing opera!
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Here's a moment from Whitney performing in London during 'The Moment of Truth' World Tour in spring of 1988. This was Whitney's second worldwide tour - it started in July 1987 in the U.S. and continued through Europe and Asia where it ended in late November 1988. The tour was in support of her album "Whitney.”
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April 2000 - Whitney and Clive at private after party - celebrating the Arista 25th Anniversary Concert, which was held at The Shrine Auditorium in L.A.
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Happy Birthday Clive Davis!
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31 years ago today (April 2, 1988), “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” reached number one on the Adult Contemporary Chart.
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On March 31, 1991, Whitney performed her first ever solo televised concert "Welcome Home Heroes", which was broadcast live from The Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Virginia. The show was held for 3,500 service men and women returning from The Gulf War, which was known as Desert Storm at the time. Because there were "more troops than seats", many soldiers were invited to the dress rehearsal. The night of the broadcast, HBO agreed to unscramble their signal allowing the show to be available to over 50 million cable households!! The show won a Cable ACE Award for "Performance Music Special". The special was directed by British director David Mallet who had worked with Bowie and Queen, amongst others. Here's a fun clip of Whitney performing "Who Do You Love" from that special night.
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Happy Birthday Mariah! (March 27)
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Happy 75th Birthday Diana Ross!
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Happy Birthday Aretha! (It was yesterday!) Pictured here are Aretha Franklin with Whitney and Narada Michael Walden who worked with both of them individually as well.
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On March 25, 2000 (19 years ago today), "I Learned From The Best" peaked at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was written by Diane Warren and was the fifth and final single from the multi-platinum album "My Love Is Your Love". Dance remixes by Hex Hector and Junior Vasquez topped the dance charts for 3 weeks. The video was filmed in Cologne, Germany while Whitney was on tour and directed by Kevin Bray, one of her favorite video directors to work with.
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On March 22, 1997 (22 years ago today), Whitney's single "Step By Step" peaked at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100. Originally written and recorded by Annie Lennox, it was a crossover hit for Whitney and was the second single from "The Preacher's Wife" soundtrack. Annie sings background vocals on the Whitney version. Here is Whitney performing the song at her Classic Whitney HBO Show in Washington, D.C. in October of that year.
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On March 20, 1999 (20 years ago today), "Heartbreak Hotel", Whitney's song with Faith Evans and Kelly Price, peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was the second single from Whitney's "My Love Is Your Love" album. It had peaked at #1 on the R&B Hip Hop Charts a little over a month earlier. The song received 2 GRAMMY nominations and the video was nominated for Best R&B Video at the 1999 Video Music Awards.
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On March 18, 1986 (33 years ago today), Arista Records released Whitney's version of "Greatest Love Of All" as a single (Written by Michael Masser and Linda Creed, George Benson had originally recorded it in 1977 for the film "The Greatest", the biopic of boxer Muhammad Ali). Some people don't know that Whitney's recording originally was released as the B-side of "You Give Good Love" in February 1985. At any rate, nine years after Benson's version, it became the final single off her debut album and a major hit, topping the charts in many countries including the U.S., where it spent 3 weeks at Number One on the Billboard Hot 100. It remains Whitney's 3rd biggest hit after "I Will Always Love You" and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" and Whitney often said it was her favorite song. The video was filmed at the iconic Apollo Theater in New York City's Harlem neighborhood.
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On March 17, 1990 (29 years ago), Arista Records held their 15th Anniversary Concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, which was also a benefit for AIDS. Many of the label's current artists at the time performed including Whitney, Barry Manilow, Carly Simon, and Dionne Warwick. Here are Whitney and Dionne performing "That's What Friends Are For" from that night. (Check Instagram Story for the full video)
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On March 14, 1991, Whitney began her "I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour" at Yokohama Arena in Japan. The tour would continue for most of 1991 playing dates in the U.S, that spring and summer and ending in Paris in early October of that year. This was in support of the album by the same name and, on this tour, Whitney expanded her staging from previous tours. (📸: Marc Bryan-Brown)
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Thanks to some diligent Whitney fans and an update from the @riaa_awards, we are pleased to add "One Moment In Time" to the list of newly certified singles of Whitney's. It is now certified gold for digital sales.
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Ten classic Whitney tracks/singles have earned new @riaa_awards certifications this month! “I Will Always Love You” is now certified 8x Platinum; “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)” is certified 3x Platinum; “Saving All My Love For You,” “How Will I Know,” “Greatest Love Of All,” “I’m Every Woman,” “I Have Nothing” and “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay” are certified Platinum; and “Run To You” and “When You Believe” are certified Gold!
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33 years ago today - March 8, 1986 - Whitney's self-titled debut album reached Number One on The Billboard album charts. It was released on February 14, 1985 and took a slow and steady climb to the top over a period of about 50 weeks! It would stay at #1 for a total of 14 weeks.
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On March 8, 1990, Whitney attended the United Negro College Fund's 46th Annual Awards at The Sheraton in New York City and was presented with the Frederick D. Patterson Award. Frederick D. Patterson was an educator and philanthropist and founder of The UNCF.
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On March 6, 1993 (26 years ago today), "I'm Every Woman" hit Number One on the Dance Chart. Here (pictured) are Whitney and Chaka Khan from when they performed the song together on the VH1 Divas Show in 1999.
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Back by popular demand! Head to the link in bio to pick up your copy of the exclusive Grammy Exhibition Book. Make sure to visit the Grammy Museum's Whitney Houston Exhibit before its conclusion in June of this year! ✨
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On March 4, 1996 (23 years ago today), @aristarecords released Whitney and CeCe Winans' duet "Count On Me", the fourth single from the hit movie soundtrack "Waiting To Exhale" (and the second Whitney single from the soundtrack after "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)." The song was co-written by Whitney, along with Babyface and her brother Michael and produced by Babyface. The video was filmed in New York City at the legendary Webster Hall.
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31 years ago today, our beloved Whitney won her 2nd Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 30th Grammy Awards in 1988. Celebrate with the "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" collection ➡️ link in bio!
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Closing out the month of February with Whitney's legendary performance on February 22, 1989 when she opened The 31st Annual GRAMMY Awards with "One Moment In Time".
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On February 25, 1986, Whitney won her first GRAMMY for Best Pop Performance, Female for the song "Saving All My Love for You". The ceremony was held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and, as you can see, was a family affair! Here is some behind the scenes footage from that day shot by Entertainment Tonight.
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    MAY 22, 2003 - (16 years ago today) Whitney Houston performed at the VH1 Divas Duets, a concert to benefit the VH1 Save the Music Foundation held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Here she is photographed backstage before the show. (Photo by Frank Micelotta)
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    Whitney's song "Love That Man" (her fourth and final single from her Just Whitney album), was released in the U.S. on May 20, 2003, 16 years ago today. The remix reached #1 on the U.S. Dance Club Songs charts. The song was co-written by Babyface and co -produced by him as well.
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    May 17, 1986 (33 years ago today), Whitney's recording of "The Greatest Love of All" hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts!
  • Whitney Houston

    On May 16, 2000 (19 years ago today), Arista Records released "Whitney: The Greatest Hits", a compilation album of two discs - one with ballads and the other with uptempo and re-mixes. The Star Bangled Banner and One Moment in Time were also included in the set, along with 4 new songs: Could I Have This Kiss Forever ( with Enrique Iglesias), If I Told You That (with George Michael), Same Script Different Cast (with Deborah Cox) and Fine. It reached Top 10 in most countries (including #1 in UK and #5 in U.S.) After Whitney's passing, it came back on Billboard 200 Chart at #2.
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    May 15, 1989 - Whitney pictured visiting CeCe and BeBe Winans backstage at The Apollo Theatre after the sibling's gospel concert that evening.
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    Happy Birthday Stevie Wonder! Whitney and Stevie pictured together backstage at 1999 MTV Movie Awards, held in California. Whitney loved Stevie and was always so honored when she got to sing with him.
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    The June 2019 issue of British Vogue has released some never-before-seen photos of Whitney by famed fashion photographer Steven Meisel. The photos are outtakes from various sessions Steven did with Whitney back in the 80s. Here is a sampling.
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    May 1990 - (29 years ago this month) - Whitney received The Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award at The Songwriters Hall of Fame ceremony, held in New York City. Whitney is pictured here accepting her award. Named after one of its founders, The Howie Richmond Hitmaker Award, the award is given to artists who have been responsible for "a substantial number of hits...". At this point in her career, Whitney had only released two albums and was working on her third.
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    On May 9, 1989 (30 years ago today) - Aretha Franklin's album 'Through The Storm' was released. The album contained Aretha's duet with Whitney titled 'It Isn't, It Wasn't, It Ain't Never Gonna Be'. The song would be released as a single later that year.
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    In honor of last night's #MetGala in NYC, here is Whitney at the 1999 Met Gala. She was dressed by Dolce & Gabbana for the evening. The Met Gala is a major fundraising benefit for The Metropolitan Museum in New York and is traditionally the opening celebration of The Costume Exhibit's annual fashion exhibit. The Gala is widely regarded as one of the most exclusive social events in the world.
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    On May 5, 1994, Whitney received 5 awards at The World Music Awards held in Monte Carlo. Here she is being presented with World's Best Selling Pop Artist of The Year award by her mother, Cissy Houston.
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    On May 3, 2003, Whitney's song "Try It On My Own" peaked at #10 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts. Pictured here is Whitney performing the song in an episode of the TV show "Boston Public" that same month.
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    32 Years Ago Today (May 2, 1987) "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" was released as a single, the first single from Whitney's second album. The song went to Number One around the world and has become iconic, being featured in many films and tv shows in the last couple of years and covered by young artists such as Maggie Rogers. Here is Whitney pictured on the set of the video shoot.
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    In May of 1987, Whitney and Cissy appeared as part of an ABC-TV Special called "Superstars and Their Moms" in honor of Mother's Day that year.
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    It's baseball season! Here is Whitney pictured backstage at her Jones Beach concert in August 1986 with famed members of the '86 New York Mets baseball team - Gary Carter and Darryl Strawberry.
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    33 years ago today (April 26, 1986), Whitney's song "The Greatest Love Of All" from her debut album, reached Number One on the Billboard Adult Contemporary Charts. The song had been written back in 1977 by Michael Masser and Linda Creed and originally recorded by George Benson, whose version peaked at #24 in the U.S. The video (with a cameo from Cissy Houston) was filmed at the famed Apollo Theater in Harlem, NYC.
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    Looking for a new Whitney T-shirt? Special Limited Edition unisex shirt - comes in sizes up to 3X. Get them now while they are still available. (Link in bio)
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    Hard to believe but it's 31 years ago today (April 23, 1988) that Whitney Houston's hit song "Where Do Broken Hearts Go" hit Number One on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. This accomplishment marked a HUGE milestone for Whitney as it was her record breaking seventh consecutive number one single. That record still stands today. Everyone knows how much Whitney loved Nelson Mandela - here she is singing the song and dedicating it to him at his 70th Birthday celebration at Wembley Stadium in London in June '88.
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    Here is Whitney onstage in April 1991 in Minneapolis, Minnesota during her I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour. Pictured with her is guitarist Ray Fuller, who also played with acts such as Anita Baker and Natalie Cole and his guitar can be heard on "I Will Always Love You".
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    This iconic photo of Whitney was taken on April 18, 1991 onstage in Knoxville, Tennessee as she took a bow at the end of her opening show of the U.S. portion of her I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour. The tour ended in early October of that year.
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    April 1988 - A billboard in Rotterdam Netherlands advertising Whitney's shows on her Moment of Truth World Tour. This was Whitney's second world tour and ran from July 1987 through most of 1988. The Netherlands (Holland) was a very popular tour stop for Whitney.
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    Whitney's duet with Stevie Wonder, titled "We Didn't Know", was the sixth and final single from her "I'm Your Baby Tonight" album and was released on April 14, 1992 (27 years ago). Written and produced by Stevie Wonder, "We Didn't Know" was an R&B only release in the US where it would peak at No.20 on the Billboard R&B Singles Chart.
  • Whitney Houston

    On April 12, 2003 (16 years ago today), Whitney's song "Try It On My Own" (sometimes known as On My Own) hit #1 on the Billboard/Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. The song was the third single from her "Just Whitney" album and was written by Babyface, Carole Bayer Sager, Aleese Simmons, Jason Edmonds, and Nathan Walton and produced by Babyface. Whitney performed the song on an episode of the tv series "Boston Public", which aired in May 2003.
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    Today - April 10 - is Babyface's Birthday! This is a rare photo from one of Clive Davis's Grammy Parties in early 1996 at The Beverly Hills Hotel - Clive had asked many of the performers (and Babyface) on the Waiting To Exhale album who were there that night up on to the stage. In addition to Whitney and Babyface and others, you can also see Chaka and Mary J. Blige in the shot. Happy Birthday Babyface!
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    On April 9, 1994 (25 years ago today), Whitney performed at Sting and Trudie Styler's annual Rainforest Foundation Benefit concert at Carnegie Hall in New York. Other performers that night included James Taylor, Elton John, Sting and Luciano Pavarotti. Whitney performed "I Will Always Love You", "If It's Magic" and this wonderful portion of the opera classic "La Donna e Mobile" from Verdi's Rigoletto. Here is a clip of Whitney singing opera!
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    Here's a moment from Whitney performing in London during 'The Moment of Truth' World Tour in spring of 1988. This was Whitney's second worldwide tour - it started in July 1987 in the U.S. and continued through Europe and Asia where it ended in late November 1988. The tour was in support of her album "Whitney.”
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    April 2000 - Whitney and Clive at private after party - celebrating the Arista 25th Anniversary Concert, which was held at The Shrine Auditorium in L.A.
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    Happy Birthday Clive Davis!
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    31 years ago today (April 2, 1988), “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” reached number one on the Adult Contemporary Chart.
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    On March 31, 1991, Whitney performed her first ever solo televised concert "Welcome Home Heroes", which was broadcast live from The Naval Air Station in Norfolk, Virginia. The show was held for 3,500 service men and women returning from The Gulf War, which was known as Desert Storm at the time. Because there were "more troops than seats", many soldiers were invited to the dress rehearsal. The night of the broadcast, HBO agreed to unscramble their signal allowing the show to be available to over 50 million cable households!! The show won a Cable ACE Award for "Performance Music Special". The special was directed by British director David Mallet who had worked with Bowie and Queen, amongst others. Here's a fun clip of Whitney performing "Who Do You Love" from that special night.
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    Happy Birthday Mariah! (March 27)
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    Happy 75th Birthday Diana Ross!
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    Happy Birthday Aretha! (It was yesterday!) Pictured here are Aretha Franklin with Whitney and Narada Michael Walden who worked with both of them individually as well.
  • Whitney Houston

    On March 25, 2000 (19 years ago today), "I Learned From The Best" peaked at #27 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was written by Diane Warren and was the fifth and final single from the multi-platinum album "My Love Is Your Love". Dance remixes by Hex Hector and Junior Vasquez topped the dance charts for 3 weeks. The video was filmed in Cologne, Germany while Whitney was on tour and directed by Kevin Bray, one of her favorite video directors to work with.
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    On March 22, 1997 (22 years ago today), Whitney's single "Step By Step" peaked at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100. Originally written and recorded by Annie Lennox, it was a crossover hit for Whitney and was the second single from "The Preacher's Wife" soundtrack. Annie sings background vocals on the Whitney version. Here is Whitney performing the song at her Classic Whitney HBO Show in Washington, D.C. in October of that year.
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    On March 20, 1999 (20 years ago today), "Heartbreak Hotel", Whitney's song with Faith Evans and Kelly Price, peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was the second single from Whitney's "My Love Is Your Love" album. It had peaked at #1 on the R&B Hip Hop Charts a little over a month earlier. The song received 2 GRAMMY nominations and the video was nominated for Best R&B Video at the 1999 Video Music Awards.
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    On March 18, 1986 (33 years ago today), Arista Records released Whitney's version of "Greatest Love Of All" as a single (Written by Michael Masser and Linda Creed, George Benson had originally recorded it in 1977 for the film "The Greatest", the biopic of boxer Muhammad Ali). Some people don't know that Whitney's recording originally was released as the B-side of "You Give Good Love" in February 1985. At any rate, nine years after Benson's version, it became the final single off her debut album and a major hit, topping the charts in many countries including the U.S., where it spent 3 weeks at Number One on the Billboard Hot 100. It remains Whitney's 3rd biggest hit after "I Will Always Love You" and "I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)" and Whitney often said it was her favorite song. The video was filmed at the iconic Apollo Theater in New York City's Harlem neighborhood.
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    On March 17, 1990 (29 years ago), Arista Records held their 15th Anniversary Concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, which was also a benefit for AIDS. Many of the label's current artists at the time performed including Whitney, Barry Manilow, Carly Simon, and Dionne Warwick. Here are Whitney and Dionne performing "That's What Friends Are For" from that night. (Check Instagram Story for the full video)
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    On March 14, 1991, Whitney began her "I'm Your Baby Tonight World Tour" at Yokohama Arena in Japan. The tour would continue for most of 1991 playing dates in the U.S, that spring and summer and ending in Paris in early October of that year. This was in support of the album by the same name and, on this tour, Whitney expanded her staging from previous tours. (📸: Marc Bryan-Brown)
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    Thanks to some diligent Whitney fans and an update from the @riaa_awards, we are pleased to add "One Moment In Time" to the list of newly certified singles of Whitney's. It is now certified gold for digital sales.
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    Ten classic Whitney tracks/singles have earned new @riaa_awards certifications this month! “I Will Always Love You” is now certified 8x Platinum; “I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)” is certified 3x Platinum; “Saving All My Love For You,” “How Will I Know,” “Greatest Love Of All,” “I’m Every Woman,” “I Have Nothing” and “It’s Not Right But It’s Okay” are certified Platinum; and “Run To You” and “When You Believe” are certified Gold!
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    33 years ago today - March 8, 1986 - Whitney's self-titled debut album reached Number One on The Billboard album charts. It was released on February 14, 1985 and took a slow and steady climb to the top over a period of about 50 weeks! It would stay at #1 for a total of 14 weeks.
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    On March 8, 1990, Whitney attended the United Negro College Fund's 46th Annual Awards at The Sheraton in New York City and was presented with the Frederick D. Patterson Award. Frederick D. Patterson was an educator and philanthropist and founder of The UNCF.
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    On March 6, 1993 (26 years ago today), "I'm Every Woman" hit Number One on the Dance Chart. Here (pictured) are Whitney and Chaka Khan from when they performed the song together on the VH1 Divas Show in 1999.
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    Back by popular demand! Head to the link in bio to pick up your copy of the exclusive Grammy Exhibition Book. Make sure to visit the Grammy Museum's Whitney Houston Exhibit before its conclusion in June of this year! ✨
  • Whitney Houston

    On March 4, 1996 (23 years ago today), @aristarecords released Whitney and CeCe Winans' duet "Count On Me", the fourth single from the hit movie soundtrack "Waiting To Exhale" (and the second Whitney single from the soundtrack after "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)." The song was co-written by Whitney, along with Babyface and her brother Michael and produced by Babyface. The video was filmed in New York City at the legendary Webster Hall.
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    31 years ago today, our beloved Whitney won her 2nd Grammy for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 30th Grammy Awards in 1988. Celebrate with the "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" collection ➡️ link in bio!
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    Closing out the month of February with Whitney's legendary performance on February 22, 1989 when she opened The 31st Annual GRAMMY Awards with "One Moment In Time".
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    On February 25, 1986, Whitney won her first GRAMMY for Best Pop Performance, Female for the song "Saving All My Love for You". The ceremony was held at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles and, as you can see, was a family affair! Here is some behind the scenes footage from that day shot by Entertainment Tonight.
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