Who was the solo guitarist on Michael Jackson's Dangerous Tour?
I assume that you are talking about the blonde female guitarist Jennifer Batten.
Michael Jackson had many many concert with Jackson 5 and The Jacksons but the tours that defined him most were his solo tours Bad, Dangerous and HIStory. The biggest one when he was still with the Jacksons is claimed to be the Victory tour.
Nobody knows... yet XD
♫ He's had many. The most known is: Jennifer Batten, whom served as a backing guitarist on his Bad, Dangerous and History tours. And Orianthi, whom was going to be a backing gutarist on his This Is It tour, until his untimely death.
Her name is Jennifer Batton. Here is more on her and the link to read more on her! http://www.gather.com/viewArticle.action?grpId=3659174697239846&articleId=281474977097788
He left the Jacksons and released his album Off the Wall, and joined his brothers for the Victory tour.
The Jacksons did the Victory Tour in 1984 but only in the US and Canada, Michael's first solo world tour was in 1987.
Yes quite a few times; The Jacksons did nine shows in England during their Victory tour, as a solo artist he did five U.K shows during the Bad World Tour, four during the Dangerous tour and four during the HIStory tour. The This Is It concerts (50 in total) were also to be held in London.
Yes he did, on Bad Tour, Dangerous Tour & HIStory Tour. Yes he did, on Bad Tour, Dangerous Tour & HIStory Tour.
It wasn't, that was just the name of the tour.
Jacksons Victory tour in LA in 1984
On his "History" tour the suits weighed about 25 pounds. Probably because they were military
Actually, yes! He performed a concert with his brothers as part of The Jacksons in their Destiny Tour in 1979. Then, Michael as a solo artist performed 3 dates in 1988 as part of his Bad Tour.
Orianthi Panagaris, an Australian guitarist who was to perform with Michael Jackson during his concert tour in London
Christa Black, a very talented musician.
The gang leaders were Vincent Paterson (who later choreographed Smooth Criminal and the Bad Tour) and Michael Peters (who choreographed Beat It).
On the Bad Tour beginning in 1987, the rhythm guitarist was Jon M. Clark
Yes, with the Jacksons on October 20th 1979 during the Destiny Tour and solo on March 12th and 13rd 1988 during the Bad Tour.
Unforunly Michael Jackson is no longer wih us. He died in June. He was officaliy put to rest in September. But Michael jacksons Producers for his tour this is it MADE A MOVIE OF ALL HIS CONCERt REHERSALS..
He actually announced during the final tour with the Jackson 5, then known as The Jacksons, that he was leaving and that the Victory tour would be their last tour together. After that he released Bad and the rest is history. His 30th anniversary concert was the first time that all of the brothers had performed together since the Victory Tour, and at the time they were trying to talk Michael into a reunion tour… Read More
Leeds was one of the stops on his Bad tour in 1988, he was there again in 1992 do to a show for the Dangerous tour.
Michael met Kenny around 1992 when his dangerous world tour started.. Kenny was also the designer for HIStory world tour and This is it concert/film.
Yes, an American leg of the tour was planned to run from January in to March but was cancelled when Michael was hospitalized in December 1993.
Jennifer Battan played guitar on tour with Michael Jackson between 1987 and 1996. In the upcoming feature This Is It, a young woman known as Orianthi has taken over the reins and the day before the movie was released, issued her first album.
Bad World Tour 1987-1989 Dangerous World Tour 1992-1993 HIStory World Tour 1996-1997
It started in June 1992 and finished in November 1993.
Two, one on the Bad World Tour in 1988 and again on the Dangerous World Tour in 1992.
Bad World Tour; started in 1987 and finished 1989. Dangerous World Tour; started in 1992 and finished in 1993. HIStory World Tour; started in 1996 and finished in 1997.
There was nothing called the Thriller tour, the song Thriller was part of the set list for Michael's Bad, Dangerous and HIStory world tours.
He Sung 18 Songs In Total...
Yes, he had a concert at Roundhay Park during his Dangerous World Tour in 1992.
He had numerous drummers. John "JR" Robinson-Off the Wall Leon "Ndugu" Chancler- Thriller John Robinson, Miko Brando, Ollie Brown N'dugu Chancler, Bill Bottrell, Bruce Swedien-Bad Michael himself, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Bill Bottrell, Buddy Williams, Bruce Swedien, Simon Franglen, Rene Moore, Chuck Wild, Bobby Brooks, Bryan Loren, Omar Hakim and Steve Ferrone- HIStory Emanuel Baker- Invincible Ricky Lawson- Bad Tour and Dangerous Tour Jonathan Moffett- HIStory tour and This Is It
He toured all over the world. Bad World Tour; Japan Australia North America Europe Dangerous World Tour; Europe Asia South America HIStory World Tour; Europe South Africa
Yes, Michael have ever been in New Zealand. During his Dangerous Tour. There in New Zealand he met Debbie Rowe.
Bad Tour 5,7 and 9 of august 1988 Dangerous Tour 18, 20 and 22 of September 1992 HIStory Tour 24th of September 1996 6th of September 1997
That the rest of the jacksons should link up with earnest valentino and do a tribute to Michael Jackson tour I think that this will work out for the brothers. And it will be a great show?
personaly i think it would be great tour. for the family. an to see them perform one last time and it could help them out a great deal.
Ricky Lawson was his drummer for the Bad and Dangerous tours, Jonathan Moffett was the drummer for the HIStory tour and This Is It.
With his brothers; The Jackson 5 First National Tour The Jackson 5 US Tour The Jackson 5 US Tour (again) The Jackson 5 European Tour The Jackson 5 World Tour Interim Tour Destiny Tour Triumph Tour Victory Tour As a solo artist; Bad World Tour Dangerous World Tour HIStory World Tour
Michael Jackson perfomed 'Will You Be There' many times on his Dangerous World Tour. The song was also performed at the MTV 10th Anniversery show.
Yes, the Jackson brothers have a reality show called The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty, it will follow them as they prepare for a tour and see to how they cope with Michael's death, it will air Dec. 13 on A&E.
As the Jackson 5; The Jackson 5 First National Tour, The Jackson 5 US Tour, The Jackson 5 US tour (again), The Jackson 5 European Tour and The Jackson 5 World Tour. As The Jackson's; European Tour, Interim Tour, Destiny Tour, Triumph Tour and Victory Tour. As a solo artist; Bad World Tour, Dangerous World Tour and HIStory World Tour.
Yes he did, he began taking painkillers, Valium, Xanax and Ativan to deal with the stress of the allegations made against him. By the fall of 1993, he was addicted to the drugs. His health deteriorated to the extent that he canceled the remainder of the Dangerous World Tour and went into drug rehabilitation.
He did three world tours. Bad; 1987-1989 Dangerous; 1992-1993 HIStory; 1996-1997
a guitarist named Benjamin bodger
One of the first instances of him wearing it was during the Jacksons Triumph tour in 1981, he wore it on his left hand and only briefly, he wore it again in 1983 at Motown 25. In 1984 during the Jackson Victory tour he switched to wearing it on his right hand and wore it frequently through out the shows.
He used to have a crew of 772 people who would transport his equipment and a total of 240 Jets to carry the equipment across the atlantic he had 172 speakers driven by 240,000watts That was for his Dangerous tour in 1992-1993
The Dangerous Tour ticket prices were £22.50 The Bucharest concerts were most likely the same price or similar
It depends you could say when the Bad Tour ended January 27th 1989 or when Dangerous was released November 26, 1991