Michael Jackson's Dangerous World Tour

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Michael Joseph Jackson Childhood and Adolescence Michael Jackson was born 29th august 1958 in Gary in Indiana, in the U.S.A. He was raised by his father Joseph Jackson, and mother Katherine Jackson. Michael had five brothers and three sisters that he grew up with. He did not go to school as often as we do. He did his schooling which was only three hours, and then later he had to go to the music studio for hours and hours, until it was time to go to bed. He went to the studio almost everyday because his father, Joseph Jackson, wanted his sons to be pop stars. His father created “The Jackson 5”, which consisted of Michael himself, and his brothers, Jermaine Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Randy Jackson, Jackie Jackson, and Tito Jackson. Randy Jackson had started unofficially playing along with his brothers, but he was officially a part of the group after…show more content…
It got released in 1991. This album led to another world tour called «Dangerous World Tour». The tour started 1992, in Munich in Germany. It ended 1993 in Mexico City, in Mexico. Much of the money that was made from the tour was donated to different charity organizations, including Michael’s own Heal the World Foundation. «HIStory - Past, Present And Future, Book I» was Michael’s double album, that came two years later when Michael was finished with his Dangerous World Tour. Released in 1995, and Michael’s ninth studio album. The double album led to yet another tour, and unfortunately his last, «HIStory World Tour». The tour lasted from 1996 to 1997. It started in Praha, and ended on King Parks Stadium, in South-Africa. During the tour, Michael held a concert for the Sultan of Brunei. That concert contained the setlist from his last tour, Dangerous World Tour. Both Dangerous World Tour and HIStory World Tour contained a concert in Norway. Both of the concerts in Norway was held on Valle Hovin stadion. Michael’s tenth, and last studio album Invincible was released in

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