Sept. 26, 2015

GA Voice - - Music -

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.

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