Today In Music History: 09/12/17The Monkees and Party of Five debut on T.V., Michael Jackson kicks off his Bad Tour, and we lose the "man in black" Johnny Cash, Today in Music History.
New Grammy Museum Celebrates Michael Jackson, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift & MoreOn October 20, the GRAMMY Museum Experience Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. will open to the public.
Michael Jackson's Estate Announces Spooky 'Scream' Compilation
Is a New Michael Jackson Album Coming Soon?Jackson's official Twitter handle appears to be teasing another posthumous release.
Today In Music History: 08/31/17George Harrison is convicted of "subconscious plagiarism," Jimi Jamison of Survivor passes away, and Donnie Wahlberg gets married...Today in Music History.
Paris Jackson Shares Birthday Tribute to Dad Michael Jackson"Birthday wishes to the love of my life, the one person who showed me what passion truly was," Paris Jackson shared on Instagram
Michael Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ will Premiere in 3D at Venice Film FestivalRepresentatives for the project insist that director John Landis’ original edit will not be altered or recut in any way.
Today In Music History: 07/28/17Lynyrd Skynyrd are officially introduced to the press, Joe Perry quits Aerosmith, The Beatles sue NIKE and the Barenaked Ladies release their debut studio album..Today In Music History.
Quincy Jones' Dispute with Michael Jackson Estate Goes to JuryThe lawsuit centers around record royalties from 'Off the Wall,' 'Thriller' and 'Bad.'
Today In Music History: 07/13/17Today in Music History features the first disco #1, the first #1 James Bond theme and the first Live Aid concert!
'Michael Jackson's Halloween' Animated Special to Debut This FallThe special will showcase songs from his extensive musical catalog. 
Sir Paul McCartney Makes Beatles Publishing Rights Deal with SonyThe rocker has been trying to gain rights to the songs since Michael Jackson outbid him in the 80s.

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