Today in Michael Jackson History January 5th
1975 "The Wiz" opened on Broadway.
1987 Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones & Bruce Swedien start recording the
"BAD" album at the Westlake Studio in Los Angeles. Michael began recording
demos for the anticipated follow-up to Thriller a few months after the 1984 V
ictory Tour with The Jacksons. Work on the new album started in August 1986,
and recording took place between January 5, 1987, and July 9, 1987.
1994 Michael Jackson presents the award for Best Choreographer to Debbie Allen
at the 26th NAACP Image Awards Ceremony in Los Angeles. He then delivers a speech
underlining the meaning behind the NAACP organization supporting equality of treatment
for all races and human dignity, and exhibiting his sympathy to the NAACP members
2003 Michael Jackson visits Maurice Gibbs (one of the Bee Gees) at a Miami hospital.
PICTURE OF THE DAY
Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, Bruce Swedien Westlake Studio
VIDEO OF THE DAY
Miichael Jackson and Debbie Allen 26th NAACP Image Awards 1994
SONG OF THE DAY
You Can't Win - Crow Anthem - The Wiz
QUOTE OF THE DAY
"Not only am I presumed to be innocent, I AM innocent, and I
know that the truth will be my salvation." ~ Michael Jackson
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