November 19, 2002 – Remember when Michael Jackson dangled little “Blanket” Jackson over a balcony??? Have you ever wondered where that balcony was located? Check it out…here is the exact balcony location.
Call me crazy but I see it as clear as day!!! Look at the circle next to Stevie Wonder as he performed at The Michael Jackson Memorial at Staples Center and you can see the image of Michael Jackson face in the flowers.
Eddie Van Halen famously played the killer guitar solo for the Michael Jackson classic “Beat It”. Yet, Eddie and Michael only got to perform “Beat It” together once in an epic moment during The Jacksons 1984 Victory Tour stop in Dallas.
We recently did this story George Harrison Meets Bob Marley. We also recently found some photo’s of Bob Marley meeting Michael Jackson and The Jackson 5 at Marley’s house in Jamaica in March of 1975.
Just after 6:00 PM on January 27, 1984 Michael Jackson was burned by a pyrotechnic accident as he and his brothers filmed a commercial for Pepsi Cola at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Here’s a photo of The Jacksons filming the commercial before the accident.
Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson collaborated on two songs in the early 80’s that were never commercially released. One of the tracks was “State Of Shock” which was eventually released as a duet with Mick Jagger replacing Mercury on The Jacksons “Victory” album.
The most famous dance routine ever Michael Jackson's Thriller was filmed in 1983 at this location in downtown Los Angeles, California. The address is 3701 Union Pacific Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90023. Here's the almost exact location of the photo above as it looks on google street view…(Note the brick walls and the rectangle on […]
This is the house that is used in Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video in the scene where his date runs up the stairs to get away from Michael and the Zombies… Here's the house now. The address is 1345 Carroll Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90026 Here's a different angle… Click below for Google Street View…
In 1969 when Michael Jackson was 11 years old he attended the 6th grade at Gardner Street Elementary School in Hollywood. Three months later Motown released their debut album “Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5,” which set Jackson’s career in motion and his fame and schedule would only allow him to be home schooled. In […]
Nike was sued for this 1987 commercial that used The Beatles song “Revolution” against the wishes of Apple Records. Nike paid $250,000 total to Capitol Records which held the North American licensing rights to The Beatles’ recordings and $250,000 to Michael Jackson who had acquired The Beatles publishing rights in 1985.