By jair3
  • Michael Jackson's birth

    Michael Joseph Jackson, born in Gary, Indiana,
    United States
  • early life and the Jackson 5

    Jackson had a troubled relationship with his father, Michael began sharing lead vocals with his older brother Jermaine, and the group's name was changed to the Jackson 5
  • transfer to Epic and Off the Wall

    The Jackson 5 signed with Epic Records,56 a subsidiary of CBS Records, and changed their name to "The Jacksons". Jackson's fifth solo album, Off the Wall (1979), co-produced by Jackson and Jones, established Jackson as a solo performer.
  • Thriller y Motown

    Jackson's hit, Thriller, released in late 1982. The album earned Jackson seven more Grammys and eight American Music Awards, including the Award of Merit, the youngest artist ever to win it. Jackson reunited with his brothers for a taped performance at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium for Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever, an NBC television special.
  • Pepsi, "We Are the World" and other ventures

    Jackson and his brothers partnered with PepsiCo in a $5 million promotional deal that broke all previous records for celebrity-backed advertising. Jackson's humanitarian work was recognized on May 14, 1984, when he was invited to the White House to receive an award from President Ronald Reagan.
  • change of appearance, tabloids, Bad, movies, autobiography, and Neverland

    Jackson was diagnosed with vitiligo.1980, Jackson began a strict vegetarian diet. He starred in the 3D short film Captain EO. 1987 began the Bad World Tour, which ended on January 27, 1989. In Japan alone, the tour sold out 14 times and drew 570,000 people. 1988, published his first autobiography, entitled Moonwalk.
  • Dangerous, la fundación Heal the World y Super Bowl XXVII

    In 1992, the singer created the Heal the World Foundation to help the world's most disadvantaged children, victims of violence, poverty and terminal illnesses. One of the artist's most acclaimed performances was his halftime show at Super Bowl XXVII.
  • first accusation of abuse and first marriage

    1993, the singer was accused of having sexually abused Jordan Chandler, one of the many children he used to host at his Neverland mansion. 1994, Jackson married singer-songwriter Lisa Marie Presley. The couple had met in 1975, and in early 1993 they resumed their relationship.
  • HIStory, second marriage and parenthood

    1995 released the double album HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I. The first album, HIStory Begins, contained the most successful songs of his career and was later re-released as Greatest Hits: HIStory, Volume I, in 2001. He married a nurse assistant to his regular dermatologist: Debbie Rowe. Rowe gave birth to Michael Joseph Jackson Jr. (February 1997), Paris Michael Katherine Jackson (April 1998) and Paris Michael Katherine Jackson (April 1998).
  • dispute with Sony, Invincible and third child

    2001 Jackson released the album Invincible, his first album. 2000, a dispute had occurred between the singer and his record company, Jackson accused the then president of Sony Music, Tommy Mottola, of being a racist and mafioso. 2002 Jackson's third son, Prince Michael Jackson II, was born.
  • segunda acusación de abusos

    the singer appeared hand in hand with a thirteen-year-old teenager named Gavin Arvizo. This sparked a great controversy and later, the young man's family accused Jackson of having drunk and raped the teenager. 2005 he was acquitted of all charges
  • last years and This is It

    Michael Jackson helped in the composition of the song "Don't Stop The Music", received the Diamond Award at the World Music Awards. 2009, Michael Jackson announced his return to the stage with the This Is It tour. Initially, it would have ten concerts to be held in that city at the Millennium Dome in July.
  • Death and funeral

    2009, Michael Jackson suffered a cardiorespiratory arrest at his rented Holmby Hills mansion. The first official report described his death as "caused by a combination of painkillers", in which the main suspect was Conrad Murray. The public ceremony was followed live by nearly 2.5 billion people around the world.