"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
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 shooti
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 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
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.
“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 Wa
“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 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 i