Michael Forever – The Tribute Concert

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The event was organised by Global Live Events and had the support of Jackson's mother Katherine Jackson, his sister La Toya and his brothers Tito, Marlon and Jackie, but not that of his other brothers Randy and Jermaine, his other sister Janet, several relatives, the official Michael Jackson Fan Club or even the singer's executors, as they claimed the concert would distract from the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, Jackson's former doctor.

Childhood (Michael Jackson song)

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The song was covered by Italian singer Cristina D'Avena for her 2009 Magia Di Natale album as a tribute to Jackson. * George, Nelson (2004). Michael Jackson: The Ultimate Collection booklet. Sony BMG. George, Nelson (2004). Michael Jackson: The Ultimate Collection booklet. Sony BMG.

List of unreleased songs recorded by Michael Jackson

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On March 16, 2010, Sony Music Entertainment signed a record-breaking $250 million deal with Jackson's estate to retain distribution rights to his recordings until 2017 and release ten posthumous albums—some of which will feature unreleased material—over the next decade. * List of songs recorded by Michael Jackson. List of songs recorded by the Jackson 5.

A Place with No Name

Jackson's version of "A Place with No Name" is not the first song by a member of the musical Jackson family to sample the work of America. Janet Jackson's hit "Someone to Call My Lover" — from the 2001 album All for You — samples "Ventura Highway", a song from America's 1972 Homecoming album. According to Dr. Freeze, the version of "A Place with No Name" that leaked is the final version Michael heard and approved in 2008, which is credited as the original version in the deluxe edition of Xscape. Prior to the leakage of the original version in December 2013, a cover of Jackson's work was posted at YouTube in January 2011, recorded by a mysterious person with a pseudonym "Spino".

1992 in music

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The Jacksons: An American Dream, a two-part miniseries based on the Jackson family, premieres on ABC. November 17 – The soundtrack album of "The Bodyguard", Whitney Houston's debut film, is released. The album went on to be certified 17 times platinum by the RIAA and sell 45 million copies worldwide. To date the album is still the best selling soundtrack of all time and also one of the best selling albums of all time. November 22 – Manchester-based post-punk & electronic music label Factory Records declares bankruptcy. The label had been placed in dire financial straits following the spending of most of their funds by Happy Mondays during the recording of their album Yes Please!

Ai (singer)

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She collaborated with The Jacksons on December 13 and 14, 2011, at the Michael Jackson Tribute Live tribute concerts held in Tokyo. She performed the vocals in the third act for Michael Jackson's songs. She also performed and released the theme song for the event, "Letter in the Sky" featuring the Jacksons. In November 2011, Ai released the song "Happiness", a collaboration with Coca-Cola for their winter 2011 campaign. The song was a hit, being certified gold in two different mediums. The song revitalised the sales of her ninth studio album, Independent, which has sold more than 60,000 copies.

Signature (dance group)

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In addition, Mirza has worked with Chris Brown, Leona Lewis, McFly, Dannii Minogue, Jay Sean, Alexandra Burke, Sugababes, and choreographer Lavelle Smith Junior (who has choreographed for Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, and Beyoncé Knowles). In 2006, Mirza performed for Michael Jackson at the televised World Music Awards 2006 held in Earls Court, London, where he had met Jackson in person. Singh, meanwhile, has hosted television shows on the Zee Music channel, and had also appeared on the music video for Jay Sean's "Eyes on You" in 2004.

Jackson family (disambiguation)

Jackson family may refer to: Jackson family, - an American family of singers. Rebbie Jackson (born 1950). Michael Jackson (1958–2009). Jackie Jackson (born 1951). Tito Jackson (born 1953). Jermaine Jackson (born 1954). La Toya Jackson (born 1956). Marlon Jackson (born 1957). Randy Jackson (The Jacksons) (born 1961). Janet Jackson (born 1966). 3T an American R&B/pop music group. The Jackson 5, an American popular family music group.

I Love the '70s: Volume 2

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Joe Jackson's "Is She Really Going Out With Him?". Hair.

Debra Opri

Opri came to international attention as the lawyer who represented the parents of Michael Jackson, Joseph Jackson and Katherine Jackson, who hired Opri to protect their interests after their son was charged with child molestation; as well as Pamela Hasselhoff and Jermaine Jackson in their divorces. Other high-profile cases included Anna Nicole Smith on a paternity action by her ex-boyfriend. Debra Opri was successful in securing the father's paternity rights and in his gaining custody of his daughter, Dannilynn, after Anna Nicole died in February, 2007. Kevin Hart, Liza Marquez against David Caruso. In the Nichelle Nichols case Opri represents Nichols manager Gilbert Bell.

Michael (Glee)

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The remaining six songs that are covered in the episode include "I Just Can't Stop Loving You", performed by Michele and Monteith; The Jackson 5's "Never Can Say Goodbye", sung by Agron; "Ben" sung by Colfer, Michele and Monteith; "Black or White" featuring Riley, Rivera, Michele, McHale and Colfer; "Human Nature" sung by Riley and Overstreet; and the Michael and Janet Jackson song "Scream", performed by McHale and Harry Shum, Jr. "Human Nature" was originally reported as being part of a mash-up with Nat King Cole's "Nature Boy", but the song as performed is the Jackson song alone.

List of African-American singers

Jackson family: pop, R&B, soul, dance. Rebbie Jackson (born 1950). Jackie Jackson (born 1951). Tito Jackson (born 1953). Jermaine Jackson (born 1954). La Toya Jackson (born 1956). Marlon Jackson (born 1957). Michael Jackson (1958–2009). Randy Jackson (born 1961). Janet Jackson (born 1966). Chuck Jackson (born 1937): R&B. Freddie Jackson (born 1956): soul. Mahalia Jackson (1911–1972): gospel. Millie Jackson (born 1944): soul, disco, R&B. Randy Jackson (born 1956). Etta James (1938–2012): blues, R&B, soul, jazz, gospel. Al Jarreau (1940–2017): jazz, R&B, soul. Etta Jones (1928–2001): jazz. Valerie June (born 1982): folk, blues, soul, bluegrass, pop.

List of burials at Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)

NP Joe Jackson (1928–2018), talent manager, Jackson family patriarch, father of Michael Jackson. NP Michael Jackson (1958–2009), entertainer, singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer. Carrie Jacobs-Bond (1862–1946), singer and songwriter, known for songs like A Perfect Day, I Love You Truly and Just Awearyin' for You. Elsie Janis (1889–1956), actress. DeWitt Jennings (1871–1937), actor. Adela Rogers St. Johns (1894–1988), journalist, screenwriter, novelist. Emory Johnson (1894–1960), director, actor. Arthur Johnston (1898–1954), composer. Caro Jones (1923–2009), casting director. F. Richard Jones (1893–1930), director, producer, husband of costume designer, Irene Lentz.

List of In Living Color sketches

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Unpoetic Justice – T'Keyah Crystal Keymah portrays R&B/Pop singer Janet Jackson, Jamie Foxx as rapper Tupac Shakur, and Anne-Marie Johnson as Regina King, in the popular 1993 film, Poetic Justice. This dubious parody reenacts scenes from the film, such as Janet and Tupac's verbally abusive arguing, and mostly voice-overs done by Janet Jackson, who has been scolded by Tupac, by never "bein' in the 'hood". Vortex of Fear - A take-off on The Twilight Zone, with Tommy Davidson as the Rod Serling-esque narrator. In the sketch, a man (Jim Carrey) is hypnotized so that he clucks like a chicken. Before the hypnotism can be reversed, the hypnotist (David Alan Grier) suddenly drops dead.

Midtown (Gary)

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Famous people from Midtown include the musicians of the Jackson family, such as Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson. Other noted Midtown residents include educator Ida B. King. The neighborhood also hosted many jazz and blues musicians during the segregation period. *

Winchmore School

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Winchmore School is the only school in the world to have a long-standing relationship with the Jackson family. In September 2009 the Jackson family awarded year 12 Winchmore student Saul Nash the Michael Jackson Award for Outstanding Achievement in Expressive Arts. Saul was the first person in the world to win the award. Katherine Jackson, who spoke to Saul on the phone and congratulated him, has said that she and her daughter Janet Jackson would like to visit the school sometime in the future. Tito Jackson visited the school in December 2009, when he spoke to a group of students. Brian Bennett, drummer, pianist, composer and producer of popular music. Gregory Motton, playwright and author.

DeBarge family

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Though he hasn't had any solo success since DeBarge's breakup, James is most notable for his personal relationship and short marriage to R&B and pop singer Janet Jackson during the early 1980s. James and Jackson annulled their marriage in 1985 because of James' drug problems and disapproval from Jackson's parents Joseph and Katherine. In 2001, James recorded a song with Won-G Bruny and Traci Bingham called Nothing's Wrong, The music video didn't feature Traci but James has lip-synced both parts of the chorus, his and Traci's. James' daughter Kristinia was 19 when Island Records / Sodapop released her debut album, Exposed, in July 2009. Chico was 18 when he released his first album in 1985.

HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I

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By the early 1990s, MTV was playing a combination of pop-friendly hard rock acts, chart-topping metal and hard rock acts such as Metallica, Nirvana and Guns N' Roses, pop singers such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Janet Jackson, and New Kids on the Block, and R&B groups such as New Edition, En Vogue, Bell Biv Devoe, SWV, Tony! Toni! Toné!, TLC, and Boyz II Men, while introducing hit rappers Vanilla Ice and MC Hammer. MTV progressively increased its airing of hip hop acts, by way of the program Yo!

Billboard 200

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Three of Michael Jackson's albums (Number Ones, The Essential Michael Jackson and Thriller) claimed positions 1–3 respectively on Top Pop Catalog Albums and Top Comprehensive Albums in the week following Jackson's death. In 2012, Adam Lambert became the first openly gay musician to debut at No. 1 with his album Trespassing. There have been 40 albums released on an independent label to reach No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Jackie Gleason, at least for a time, held the record for the most albums to top the Billboard 200 without charting any songs in the top 40 of the Hot 100; five of Gleason's mood music albums topped the Billboard 200 in the mid-1950s.

List of best-selling music artists

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That is why Cliff Richard, Diana Ross, Scorpions, Bing Crosby, Gloria Estefan, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden, Tom Jones, The Jackson 5, Dionne Warwick, the Spice Girls, Dolly Parton, Ozzy Osbourne, Andrea Bocelli and others have not been included on this list. The more recent the artist, the higher the required percentage of certified units; this is because more music markets instituted certification systems after the 1980s and 1990s. So artists such as Rihanna, Chris Brown, Taylor Swift, Flo Rida, Katy Perry, Drake, Justin Bieber, Adele, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Nicki Minaj and Ed Sheeran are expected to have their claimed figures supported by over 75% in certified units.

Grammy Award for Best Music Video

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Johnny Cash, Peter Gabriel, Kendrick Lamar, Janet Jackson, and Michael Jackson hold the record for the most wins as a performer in this category, with two each (Michael was also a member of the supergroup USA for Africa and was highly involved in the "We Are the World" project). Mark Romanek holds the record for the most wins as a director, with a total of three. Icelandic singer Björk holds the record for the most nominations as a performer without a win, with four. Each year is linked to the article about the Grammy Awards held that year. Director(s) are only indicated if they were presented a Grammy Award. Award was not presented.

Rhythm and blues

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Kelly, Janet Jackson, TLC, Aaliyah, Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera and Mary J. Blige, enjoyed success. L.A. Reid, the CEO of LaFace Records, was responsible for some of R&B's greatest successes in the 1990s in the form of Usher, TLC and Toni Braxton. Later, Reid successfully marketed Boyz II Men. In 2004, 80% of the songs that topped the R&B charts, were also on top of the Hot 100. That period was the all-time peak for R&B and hip hop on the Billboard Hot 100, and on Top 40 Radio. From about 2005 to 2013, R&B sales declined.

Grammy Award for Album of the Year

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The Grammy Award for Album of the Year is presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to "honor artistic achievement, technical proficiency and overall excellence in the recording industry, without regard to album sales, chart position, or critical reception." Album of the Year is the most prestigious award category at the Grammys, having been presented since the 1st Grammy Awards in 1959.

Mariah Carey

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On July 7, 2009, Carey – alongside Trey Lorenz – performed her version of The Jackson 5 song "I'll Be There" at the memorial service for Michael Jackson. In 2009, she appeared as a social worker in Precious, the movie adaptation of the 1996 novel Push by Sapphire. The film garnered mostly positive reviews from critics, also for Carey's performance. Variety described her acting as "pitch-perfect." In January 2010, Carey won the Breakthrough Actress Performance Award for her role in Precious at the Palm Springs International Film Festival. On September 25, 2009, Carey's twelfth studio album, Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel, was released.