I love Michael Jackson

Posts tagged “American Dream

~1992~ Crowned ‘KING’, “Remember The Time”, “In The Closet”, “Jam”, “Who Is It”, Dancing The Dream, Dangerous Tour, Pepsi Commercials, Heal the World, “An American Dream


Deepak Choprah introduced Grace Rwamba to Michael and she was hired as a secretary at MJJ Productions.

Michael is on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

The single of “Remember The Time” was released.

  • February 2:

Fox, BET & MTV simultaneously premiered the 9 minute short film for “Remember The Time”.

  • February 3:

Michael held a press conference at Radio City Music Hall in New York to announce his new endorsement deal with Pepsi + his new world tour to raise funds for his newly formed Heal The World Foundation.

  • February 5:

Michael was in Washington D.C to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award from NABOB (National Association of Black-Owned Broadcasters) Reverend Jesse Jackson presented him the award.

  • February 10:

Michael departed from Los Angeles for a one week tour of Africa (with Brett Barnes)

  • February 11:

Michael was welcomed by 100 000 people when he arrives in Libreville. President Omar Bongo presented him with a Medal Of Honor at the Ambassador’s Hall in the Presidential Palace.

  • February 12-18:

The town of Oyen welcomed Michael and he is crowned “King Of Sami” by tribal chief Amon N’Djafolk.

In Dar-Es-Salaam, Michael was the guest of President Ali Hassan.

Michael traveled 30 000 miles but his excursions to hospitals, orphanages, schools & churches received little media coverage.

  • February 19:

Michael arrived in London with his young Australian friend Brett Barnes at the Dorchester Hotel

  • February 20:

Michael appeared on the cover of Jet magazine with Eddie Murphy & Iman.

Michael & Brett visited Hamleys Toy Store and Rock Circus on Piccadilly Circus

  • February 21:

Michael visited Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum.

  • February 22:

Michael visited Benny Hill at the Royal Brompton Hospital

  • February 23:

Michael returned back to Los Angeles .

  • March 16:

Michael was on the cover of Jet magazine with an interview in Africa .

  • March 29:

Michael filmed the video for ‘In The Closet” directed by Herb Ritts and featuring Naomi Campbell.

He had dinner with the winner of a MTV Contest.

  • April :

The single of “In The Closet” was released.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

  • April 20:

Michael was in Chicago to film the video for “Jam”: featuring Michael Jordan, Kriss Kross and rapper Heavy D

  • April 23:

The “In The Closet” video was premiered on FOX, MTV & BET.

  • May:

Michael was on the cover of Ebony magazine.  Michael met Jordan Chandler. Grace Rwaramba was hired at MJJ Productions.

  • May 1:

Michael was in Washington to accept a Point Of Light Award from President Bush. While in Washington , Michael visited a little girl, Raynal Pope, who was mauled by dogs.

  • May 6:

Michael covered the funeral costs of Ramon Sanchez who was killed by a stray bullet during the LA riots.

  • June:

Michael rehearsed for his new tour & recorded the video for “Who Is It”

  • June 3:

Operation One To One honors Michael with an award for his charity work.

  • June 18:

“Dancing The Dream”, a book of poetry & essays from Michael Jackson was published by Doubleday.

  • June 19:

The Jam video was premiered on FOX, BET & MTV.

  • June 23:

Michael arrived in London to hold a press conference about his Heal The World Foundation

  • June 24:

Michael & his entourage arrived in Munich. Traveling with him are Brett Barnes, Bob Jones, Bill Bray, Wayne Nagin, Karen Faye, Michael Bush & the whole tour crew.

  • June 25:

Michael filmed the video for “Give In To Me” with Slash in Munich .

  • June 26:

Michael presented a check to the Mayor of Munich for the city’s needy children at the capital’s City Hall.

  • June 27:

Michael kicked off the Dangerous World Tour at the Olympic Stadium in Munich .

  • June 29:

Michael visited the Sophia Children’s Hospital in Rotterdam to donate $200, 000.

  • June 30/July 1:

Concerts in Rotterdam, Holland

  • July:

The new Jackson/Pepsi commercials “Dreams” and “Ill Be There” are aired on TV.

The single “Jam” was released in US, while “Who Is It is” was released in Europe .

  • July 4:

Concert in Rome

  • July 6/7:

Concerts in Monza

  • July 11:

Concert in Cologne

  • July 13:

The “Who Is It” video is premiered on BBC but Michael withdrew it the day after.

  • July 15:

Concert in Oslo

  • July 17/18:

Concerts in Stockholm

  • July 20:

Concert in Copenhagen

  • July 22:

Concert in Werchter

  • July 25:

Concert in Dublin

  • July 26:

Michael visited Disneyland Paris for the first time with Brett Barnes.

  • July 29:

Michael arrived at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children in London with Mickey & Minnie characters. Later he donated checks in the Dorchester Hotel.

  • July 30:

Concert in Wembley.

  • July 31:

Michael met Prince Charles backstage before his second Wembley concert and presented him with a check for $200, 000 for the Prince’s Trust.

  • August 1:

Michael canceled the third Wembley concert at the last minute.

  • August 5:

Concert in Cardiff

  • August 8ed

Concert in Bremen

  • August 10:

Concert in Hambourg

  • August 13:

Concer in Hameln

  • August 16:

Concert in Leeds

  • August 18:

Concert in Glasgow

  • August 20/22/23:

Concerts in Wembley

  • August 25:

Michael attended the first Heal The World European Children’s Congress at the Regent’s College in London despite suffering from laryngitis.

  • August 26:

Concert in Vienna

  • August 28:

Concert in Frankfurt

  • August 29:

Michael spent his 34th birthday in Regensburg at the castle of Princess Gloria Von Thurn And Taxis .

  • August 30:

Concert in Ludwigshafen

  • September:

“Jam” was released in Europe .

  • September 2:

Concert in Beyreuth

Michael phoned to Ryan White’s mother during her appearance at the Maury Povich US TV Show.

  • September 4:

Concert in East Berlin

  • September 6:

Michael canceled his concert in Gelsenkirchen because of severe throat problems.

  • September 8:

Concert in Lausanne

  • September 11:

Michael canceled another concert in Basel

  • September 13:

Concert at the Hippodrome de Vincennes in Paris .

  • September 16:

Concert in Toulouse

  • September 18:

Concert in Barcelona

  • September 21:

Concert in Oviedo

  • September 23:

Concert in Madrid

  • September 26:

Concert in Lisbon, Portugal

  • September 28 :

Michael in Bucharest, Romania

  • September 30 :

Michael officially launched his Heal The World Foundation at an orphanage in Bucharest in presence of the prime minister of Romania.

  • October 1:

Michael’s concert in Bucharest was broadcast live on radio & TV to 61 countries in the world

  • October 2:

Michael arrived in Istanbul

  • October 4:

Five hours before Michael was scheduled to perform in Istanbul , the concert was postponed and Michael was on his way to London .

  • October 5:

Michael consulted a Harley Street specialist regarding throat problems. Michael had to cancel the rest of the European tour in order to rest.

  • October 6:

Michael flew back home.

  • October 10:

cable TV network HBO broadcast another version of the Bucharest concert earning the highest cable TV ratings in history

  • November:

The “Heal The World” single was released.

  • November 14:

Michael was on the cover of TV Guide.

  • November 15-18:

“The Jacksons-An American Dream” was aired on ABC.

  • November 24:

Inside a hanger at New York ’s John F Kennedy Airport , Michael witnessed the loading of 43 tons of medical supplies flown by Heal The World & Americares.


  • December 9:

At the Billboard Music Awards, Michael accepted two awards through a video presentation filmed earlier with Phil Collins at Neverland.

Michael arrived in Tokyo and checked in to the Capitol Hotel.

  • December 10:

At a press conference at the American Consulate, Michael accepted a check for $100,000 for Heal The World.

  • December 12/14:

Concert at the Tokyo Dome.

  • December 15:

Michael visited Sega Enterprises and discussed a new project.

  • December 17:

Concert at the Tokyo Dome.

  • December 18:

Michael visited Disneyland Tokyo.

  • December 19/22/24:

Concerts at the Tokyo Dome.

  • December 26-28:

Michael flew to Nagasaki-Ken to visit the amusement park Huis Ten with Tito’s children, the 3T.

  • December 29:

Michael returned to Disneyland Tokyo with the 3T.

  • December 30/31:

Last concerts at the Tokyo Dome with Slash playing the guitar