Michael Jackson & Janet Jackson The Video Archives 2018-2019 Volume XLV

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  1. A&E’s Culture Shock Michael Jackson’s Final Curtain Call 06/25/18: On the ninth anniversary of his tragic death, this heartbreaking and celebratory documentary is a fast-moving cultural critique on the day that Michael Jackson passed away–one that collectively broke the hearts of the Internet and our culture. Looking at the final days of the pop icon’s life, the documentary sheds a light on the immeasurable pressure Jackson was under as he prepared for his final tour, and how he ultimately ended up with the biggest audience of his lifetime during his true final farewell. the late music icon’s personal chef, Kai Chase; personal assistant, Michael Amir Williams; and bodyguard, Faheem Muhammed; remember the day the King of Pop died. Their memories of the terrible day at the Jackson house are interspersed with tape of the 911 call telling the dispatcher Jackson was unresponsive. The documentary takes an in-depth look at Jackson’s final days. Examining the “immense pressure” Jackson was under preparing for his final tour, the documentary features interviews with newscasters, reporters, family, and friends as they trace the day the news broke and how it consumed the world. Travis Payne, Kenny Ortega, Harvey Levin, Warren Zanes, and more will weigh in, and the episode will also feature audio recordings of Jackson from his last rehearsals. 45 Minutes ALL COMMERCIAL EDITED OUT
  2. The 2019 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Record Date 03/29/19 and Air Date 04/27/19: Janet Jackson, whose career spans nearly four decades, has secured a spot within the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Jackson’s music career kicked off when she was just a teenager, with her 1982 self-titled debut album, and picked up speed with 1986’s Control, which received critical acclaim and commercial success.With this honor, the singer joins her famous brothers in the Hall of Fame. The Jackson 5 scored their spot in 1997, while Michael was inducted a second time as a solo artist in 2001. Janet’s inclusion comes 22 years after her brothers were first recognized for their contribution to the music industry. When accepting the honor, Jackson took a moment in her speech to reflect on her roots and to recognize her father for giving her the push she needed to ignite her passion for music. “When I was a kid, my dream wasn’t to be a singer. I wanted to go to college and I wanted to be a lawyer. It was my father’s dream. He wanted me to become this wonderful performer. He encouraged me. He was the first one to encourage me. Music became my passion,” she said. Jackson also took a moment to acknowledge her brothers’ achievements: “In 1997, my brothers were recognized for their musical passion by being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and I was so, so proud…I was always crashing their rehearsals. I was always tagging along, always with my brothers. Tonight, your baby sister has made it in. Before concluding her speech, Jackson thanked her family one final time and sent her love to the devoted fans that had supported her throughout the years. “I want to begin by thanking my incredibly strong family, my wonderful mother and father, my sisters and my brothers. You guys never stopped believing in me,” she said. “I want to say a personal word to each and every fan. You’ve been with me every step of the way. In all my ups. All my downs. I never have and never will take you for granted. I love you with all my heart.”

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