迈克尔·杰克逊及杰克逊五人组巡回演唱会列表

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迈克尔·杰克逊在Bad世界巡回演唱会期间的表演

杰克逊五人组(The Jackson 5)是一支成立于1963年的美国音乐组合,团员包括杰克逊家族的五个兄弟杰基杰梅因马龙迈克尔蒂托[1]五人组的第一场巡回演唱会是在美国,他们在像波士顿辛辛那提纽约等城市进行表演,表演贯穿1970年的第四季度。五兄弟之后在美国举行了两场巡演,并于1972年成功的扩展到欧洲,次年扩展到世界其他地区。

乐队于1976年由摩城唱片转签至EPIC唱片,重新命名为杰克逊乐团(The Jacksons),并开始了在欧洲的另一场巡演,其中一场是为英国女王伊丽莎白二世进行表演。[2]在他们于1978年的Interim系列演唱会之后,五人组为宣传他们的专辑《Destiny》展开了Destiny巡回演唱会。1981年,贯穿美国36个城市的Triumph巡回演唱会展开。杰克逊乐团的最后一场巡演于乐队的专辑《Victory英语Victory (The Jacksons album)》和迈克尔·杰克逊的专辑《Thriller》发行之后的1984年进行。Victory巡回演唱会在美国和加拿大共进行了55场,总收入达到7500万美元。

迈克尔·杰克逊于1987年8月12日在日本东京开始了他的第一场单飞世界巡演。Bad世界巡回演唱会共吸引了超过400万人,其中包括皇室成员。巡演获得了成功,成为有史以来参加人数最多的和收入最高的演唱会。下一场演唱会是于1992年至1993年举行的Dangerous世界巡回演唱会,演出同样吸引了百万计的歌迷,但杰克逊因为性侵犯儿童指控英语1993 child sexual abuse accusations against Michael Jackson而导致1993年11月11日之后的所有演出均被取消。1996年,杰克逊开始了他的HIStory世界巡回演唱会,演出横跨了五大洲的35个国家,在58个城市的82场演唱会上表演,共计450万歌迷入场,总收入高达1.65亿美元,这也是他生前最后一次世界巡演。2009年,杰克逊宣布在伦敦举行名为《就是这样》(This Is It)的巡回复出演唱会,超过一百万张的门票在不到两小时内一扫而空,打破了史上销售速度最快演唱会门票纪录。但在首演前不到三周,杰克逊因为心脏骤停逝世,《就是这样》也成为了一场未能实现的演唱会。[3]

巡演[编辑]

杰克逊五人组[编辑]

年份 标题 持续时间 表演场数
1970 杰克逊五人组首次全国巡回演唱会英语The Jackson 5 First National Tour 1970年5月2日 – 1970年12月30日 (美国)
14
The Jackson 5 embarked on their first ever tour on May 2, 1970. The brothers performed in US states cities such as Daly City, Boston, Cincinnati and New York City, and broke venue attendance records along the way. One concert scheduled for Buffalo, New York had to be cancelled due to death threats being made on Michael Jackson's life. 9,000 fans were refunded as a result.[4][5]
1971 杰克逊五人组第二次全国巡回演唱会 1971年2月2日 – 1971年10月15日 (美国)
约为43
The five brothers' second US tour featured 40 performances in US cities such as Philadelphia, New York and Milwaukee. The Commodores, led by Lionel Richie, opened for the five quintet.[4][6]
1971–1972 杰克逊五人组美国巡回演唱会 1971年12月27日 – 1972年10月5日 (美国)
约为47
The siblings visited venues in circa 50 cities during their third tour of the US.[4][7]
1972 杰克逊五人组欧洲巡回演唱会 1972年11月2日 – 1972年11月12日 (欧洲)
8
The brothers' 12-day tour of Europe had them break attendance records previously held by The Beatles. During the tour, the band performed for Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother.[4][8]
1973–1975 杰克逊五人组世界巡回演唱会 1973年3月2日 – 1975年12月 (世界范围)
3年的时间内超过160场
The quintet's first world tour was undertaken in three years, during which the brothers visited Japan, Hawaii, the United Kingdom, South America, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines and the West Indies.[4]
1976 杰克逊五人组最终巡回演唱会 1976年2月13日 – 1976年2月19日 (菲律宾)
6
The last group tour as The Jackson 5, was held in Manila, Philippines, in February 1976, less than a month after their contract expires and the Motown Jackson 5 officially call themselves The Jacksons. It included six concerts.[9]

杰克逊乐团[编辑]

年份 标题 持续时间 表演场数
1977 The Jacksons巡回演唱会[10] 1977年5月19日 – 1977年5月24日 (欧洲)
确切场数未知
The Jacksons performed in France, Germany, Holland and the UK during their tour of Europe. In the latter country, the brothers sang at a Royal Command Performance for Queen Elizabeth II.[4][11]
1978 Goin' Places巡回演唱会[10] 1978年1月22日 – 1978年5月13日 (美国和欧洲)
确切场数未知
The Jacksons' Interim Tour brought the siblings to fans in the US and Europe.[4][12]
1979-1980 Destiny世界巡回演唱会 1979年1月22日 – 1980年9月26日 (世界范围)
约为121 (确切场数未知)
The Destiny Tour accompanied The Jacksons' 1978 Destiny album. The brothers toured 80 US cities and played several dates in France, Holland, Switzerland, Kenya and the UK. Several of the concerts from the tour had to be cancelled because Michael Jackson became sick with the flu.[4][13]
1981 Triumph巡回演唱会 1981年7月8日 – 1981年9月26日 (美国)
39
Hailed as one of the greatest live shows of the 1970s and 1980s by Rolling Stone, the Triumph Tour grossed $5.5 million and became one of The Jacksons' most successful tours. The brothers performed in 36 US cities, including Memphis, Tennessee and Los Angeles, California, where the band concluded their tour with four sold-out shows.[4][14]
1984 Victory巡回演唱会 1984年7月6日 – 1984年12月9日 (美国和加拿大)
55
The Victory Tour began shortly after the release of The Jacksons' Victory and Michael Jackson's successful Thriller album. The five-month tour was of the US and Canada, and served as Michael's last as lead singer of The Jacksons. The 55-performance concert series was attended by more than 2 million people, and grossed in excess of $75 million—a record at the time.[4][15]
2012 Unity巡回演唱会英语Unity Tour 2012年6月20日 – 2013年5月28日 (世界范围)
42
The Unity Tour is The Jacksons' first concert tour of the United States in almost three decades. The tour also marks the first time the brothers have toured as the Jacksons without brother Michael who died in June 2009. The tour began on June 20, 2012, and is currently continuing.

迈克尔·杰克逊[编辑]

年份 标题 持续时间 表演场数
1987–1989 Bad世界巡回演唱会 1987年9月12日 – 1989年1月27日 (世界范围)
123
The Bad world tour was Jackson's first solo concert run. Beginning in Tokyo, the tour lasted for 16 months, during which Jackson visited 15 countries and performed to over 4,4 million people. Seven sold out shows at London's Wembley Stadium attracted more than half a million people—including Diana, Princess of Wales and Charles, Prince of Wales—setting a new world record for playing more dates at the stadium than any other artist. The Bad tour was later recognized as the most-highly-attended and highest-earning tour of all time, having grossed over $125 million.[16][17][18][19]
1992–1993 Dangerous世界巡回演唱会 1992年6月27日 – 1993年11月11日 (世界范围)
70
The 70 concert dates of the Dangerous World Tour attracted almost 3.5 million fans. The extravagant staging of the set for the concerts took near three days to set up; 20 trucks of equipment were shuttled on cargo planes to countries around the world. Stressed from having child sexual abuse allegations levelled against him, Jackson cut short the remainder of his tour.[16][20][21][22]
1996–1997 HIStory世界巡回演唱会 1996年9月7日 – 1997年10月15日 (世界范围)
82
The HIStory World Tour was Jackson's last. Beginning in Prague, Czech Republic on September 7, 1996, the concert series attracted more than record breaking 4.5 million fans from 58 cities in 35 countries around the world. It is the most attended tour of all times by any artist. The average concert attendance was 54,878. The HIStory World Tour concluded in Durban, South Africa on October 15, 1997.[16][23][24]
2009–2010 This Is It 2009年7月13日 – 2010年3月6日(取消) (伦敦)
50 (全部取消)
This Is It was a planned series of fifty concerts by Michael Jackson to be held at The O2 arena in London. They were scheduled to begin in July 2009 and continue through to March 2010. However, with all concerts sold out, Jackson died less than three weeks before the first concert date. Originally only 10 concerts were announced, but the tickets were sold out in less than an hour and the public demand for tickets resulted in 40 more concerts to be added, resulting in 50 concerts in total. In light of Jackson's passing, AEG Live offered either full refunds to all ticket holders or a special souvenir ticket that had been designed by Michael Jackson.[25] Additionally, Columbia Pictures acquired the footage of the show rehearsals and made a concert film entitled Michael Jackson's This Is It, which was released on October 28, 2009 for two weeks.

其他值得关注的表演[编辑]

参考[编辑]

注脚
  1. ^ George, p. 29
  2. ^ George, p. 35
  3. ^ Tourtellotte, Bob. World mourns Michael Jackson. 路透社. 2009年6月26日 [2009年10月25日]. 
  4. ^ 4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.8 4.9 Brooks, p. 80
  5. ^ Grant, p. 15
  6. ^ Grant, p. 17
  7. ^ Grant, p. 18
  8. ^ Grant, p. 22
  9. ^ http://www.jackson5abc.com/dossiers/concerts/
  10. ^ 10.0 10.1 The Jacksons#Tours
  11. ^ Grant, p. 37
  12. ^ Grant, p. 40
  13. ^ Grant, p. 42
  14. ^ Grant, p. 55
  15. ^ Grant, p. 83
  16. ^ 16.0 16.1 16.2 Brooks, p. 81
  17. ^ Grant, pp. 104–105
  18. ^ Grant, p. 123
  19. ^ Saulnier, Jason. Jennifer Batten Interview. Music Legends. 23 July 2008 [3 July 2013]. 
  20. ^ Grant, p. 149
  21. ^ Grant, pp. 168–169
  22. ^ Taraborrelli, p. 504
  23. ^ Grant, p. 188
  24. ^ Grant, p. 202
  25. ^ Ramnarayan, Abhinav. Jackson fans offered souvenir ticket for planned London gigs. The Guardian. 2009-06-30 [12/05/2013]. 
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