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MSN In Concert: Michael Jackson – The Dangerous Tour

Beginning Thursday April 3, 2008 – performed October 1, 1992.

The
King Of Pop celebrates the 25th anniversary of his record-breaking
album Thriller with an exclusive MSN IN Concert special. Live In
Bucharest: The Dangerous Tour
is the only full length Michael Jackson
concert ever recorded for live broadcast.


Shot in 1992, the program
captures the performer at the pinnacle of his career – moon walking his
way through timeless classics such as "Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin,"
"Billie Jean," "Beat It" and of course "Thriller."

Named the
"Most Successful Entertainer of All Time" by the Guinness World
Records, Jackson is among the most highly acclaimed and influential
artists in pop culture. He’s been named the World Music Award’s
Best-Selling Pop Male Artist of the Millennium and the American Music
Award’s Artist of the Century. He has also been inducted into the Rock
& Roll Hall of Fame twice: in 1997 as a member of the Jackson 5 and
as a solo artist in 2001.

In 1984, Jackson received a
record-breaking 12 Grammy nominations, going on to win eight, which
stands as the record for most Grammy Awards to be won by anyone in a
single year. Seven of Michael’s Grammys that year were for Thriller:
Album of the Year; Record of the Year ("Beat It"); Best Male Pop Vocal
Performance ("Thriller"); Best Engineered Recording, Non-Classical
(Thriller); Best Male Rock Vocal Performance ("Beat It"); Best Male
R&B Vocal Performance ("Billie Jean"); Best R&B Song ("Billie
Jean"). That same year, he took home eight American Music Awards and
three MTV Video Music Awards. The following year, "The Making of
Michael Jackson’s Thriller" took home the Best Video Album trophy at
the 27th Annual Grammy Awards.

This year Epic/Legacy Recordings
celebrated the 25th anniversary of Michael Jackson’s Thriller, the
world’s biggest-selling album of all time, with a newly expanded deluxe
edition of the phenomenal record-breaking pop culture touchstone.

MSN IN Concert

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