Today In Michael Jackson History (January 3rd)

1997 – As part of his HIStory world tour, Michael Jackson performed at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, US attending 35,000 fans. It was Michael’s first U.S. performance since the BAD world tour of 1989.

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1970 – The Jackson 5 perform a concert at the Mobile Municipal Auditorium in Mobile, Alabama, which closed out the Holiday Tour.

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1972 – Michael Jackson’s first solo single “Got to Be There” was released in UK following its successful tenure in US (released: October 7, 1971). The single, written by Elliot Willensky and produced by longtime Jackson 5 producer Hal Davis, was an immediate success. It reached #5 position in the UK Singles Chart, where it landed #4 on both the Billboard pop and R&B charts and #1 on the Cashbox singles chart.

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2001 – News broke that Michael will attend a debate at New York City’s Carnegie Hall on Valentines Day ’01 – benefiting his newly founded charity “Heal The Kids” – what a great start into the new year for Michael Jackson fans!!

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