Sept. 26, 2015
Her first two albums failed to establish the youngest Jackson as a superstar. It wasn’t until firing her father and beginning work with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis that the world got to know Ms. Jackson. “Control” was a creative and commercial breakthrough not only for Jackson’s artistry but also for her partnership with Jam and Lewis.
In 1989, Janet continued evolving with “Rhythm Nation 1814.” The socially conscious album established Janet as a superstar and spawned a record-setting seven top-five Billboard Hot 100 singles. Also emerging was a sexier Janet. The 1990 video for the album’s final single, “Love Will Never Do (Without You)” showcased the singer’s sensuality.
March 3, 2016
Philips Arena Sold out; seats available on third-party reseller sites Atlanta fans without tickets might try the Memorial Day Weekend 2016 show in Birmingham. Tickets go on sale this week.