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Bold and Beautiful 2012

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Cast Members (actors still on the show today in bold)

-John McCook as Eric Forrester

-Susan Flannery as Stephanie Forrester

-Ron Moss as Ridge Forrester

-Winsor Harmon as Thorne Forrester (3rd Thorne)

-Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan

-Schae Harrison as Darla Esinstein

-Ashley Jones as Bridget Forrester (4th Bridget)

-Kyle Lowder as Rick Forrester (3rd Rick)

-Jacob Young as Rick Forrester

-Lesley-Anne Down as Jackie Marone

-Jack Wagner as Nick Marone

-Adam Gregory as Thomas Forrester (2nd Thomas)

-Lesli Kay as Felicia Forrester (2nd Felicia)

-Hunter Tylo as Taylor Hayes

-Harley Graham as Aly Forrester

-Jennifer Gareis as Donna Logan (3rd Donna)

-Heather Tom as Katie Logan (2nd Katie)

-Jacqueline Wood as Steffy Forrester

-Don Diamont as William “Bill” Spencer Jr

-Rick Hearst as Whip Jones

-Kimberly Matula as Hope Logan

-Scott Clifton as Liam Spencer 

-Linsey Godfrey as Caroline Spencer (daughter of Karen & Danielle Spencer)

Divorces

-Liam Spencer & Steffy Forrester

Mariages 

-Ridge Forrester & Brooke Logan (5th wedding/annuled)

-Lian Spencer & Hope Logan

-Eric Forrester & Stephanie Douglas (widow)

New characters

-Danielle Spencer (wife of Karen Spencer)

-Caroline Spencer (daughter of Karen & Danielle)

Characters leaving

-Stephanie Forrester (death onscreen after 25 years on the show)

-Ridge Forrester (not returning home from his honeymoon with Brooke)

-Storm Logan (death onscreen)

-Nick Marone

-Jackie Marone

Characters returning

-Kristen Forrester (for a short time)

 

-Previous year : Bold and Beautiful 2011

Bold and Beautiful 2011

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Cast Members (actors still on the show today in bold)

-John McCook as Eric Forrester

-Susan Flannery as Stephanie Forrester

-Ron Moss as Ridge Forrester

-Winsor Harmon as Thorne Forrester (3rd Thorne)

-Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan

-Schae Harrison as Darla Esinstein

-Ashley Jones as Bridget Forrester (4th Bridget)

-Kyle Lowder as Rick Forrester (3rd Rick)

-Jacob Young as Rick Forrester

-Lesley-Anne Down as Jackie Marone

-Jack Wagner as Nick Marone

-Adam Gregory as Thomas Forrester (2nd Thomas)

-Lesli Kay as Felicia Forrester (2nd Felicia)

-Hunter Tylo as Taylor Hayes

-Harley Graham as Aly Forrester

-Jennifer Gareis as Donna Logan (3rd Donna)

-Patrick Duffy as Stephen Logan (2nd Stephen)

-Heather Tom as Katie Logan (2nd Katie)

-Jacqueline Wood as Steffy Forrester

-Don Diamont as William “Bill” Spencer Jr

-Rick Hearst as Whip Jones

-Kimberly Matula as Hope Logan

-Scott Clifton as Liam Spencer 

 

Divorces

-Ridge Forrester & Brooke Logan

Mariages 

-Liam Spencer & Steffy Forrester

New characters

Characters leaving

-Stephen Logan

Characters returning

-Karen Spencer

 

-Previous year : Bold and Beautiful 2010

-Next year : Bold and Beautiful 2012

The Velvet Rope Tour (1997-1998)

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Associated album The Velvet Rope
Start date April 16, 1998
End date January 30, 1999
Legs 6
No. of shows 62 in North America
34 in Europe
3 in Africa
15 in Oceania
11 in Asia
125 total
Box office $21,964,832 (in 18 shows, adjusted to 2019 dollars)

Setlist

“Velvet Rope”
“If”
“You”
“Let’s Wait Awhile” / “Again”
“Control”
“The Pleasure Principle” / “What Have You Done for Me Lately”
“Nasty” (contain elements of “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See”)
“Throb”
“Escapade” / “When I Think of You”
“Miss You Much”
“Runaway” / “Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
“Alright”
“I Get Lonely”
“Rope Burn”
“Black Cat”
“What About”
“Rhythm Nation”
“Special”

Encore

“That’s the Way Love Goes”
“Got ’til It’s Gone”
“Together Again”

Notes
-“Every Time” was performed during the final concert in Tokyo.
-“Whoops Now” was performed during the European leg.
-On select dates, such as the performance in Oakland, “Black Cat” and “What About” were removed from the set list.
-“Go Deep” was added to the set list halfway through the European leg of the tour.
-“Love Will Never Do (Without You)” was not performed on the European leg.
Tour dates

1st leg : Europe
April 16, 1998 Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy
April 17, 1998
April 19, 1998 Ghent Belgium Flanders Expo
April 24, 1998 Nürnberg Germany Frankenhalle
April 29, 1998 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
May 1, 1998 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
May 3, 1998 Vienna Austria Wiener Stadthalle
May 5, 1998 Milan Italy FilaForum
May 7, 1998 Stuttgart Germany Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
May 8, 1998 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
May 9, 1998 Leipzig Messehalle
May 11, 1998 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen
May 13, 1998 Turku Finland HK Arena
May 15, 1998 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
May 16, 1998 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
May 17, 1998 Gothenburg Scandinavium
May 19, 1998 Berlin Germany Velodrom
May 20, 1998 Dortmund Westfalenhallen
May 22, 1998 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
May 24, 1998 Toulon France Zénith Oméga de Toulon
May 26, 1998 Lyon Halle Tony Garnier
May 27, 1998 Ghent Belgium Flanders Expo
May 29, 1998 Birmingham United Kingdom NEC Arena
May 30, 1998 Newcastle Telewest Arena
May 31, 1998 Manchester Manchester Evening News Arena
June 3, 1998 Glasgow SEC Centre
June 4, 1998 Sheffield Sheffield Arena
June 6, 1998 London Wembley Arena
June 7, 1998
June 9, 1998 Arnhem Netherlands GelreDome
June 11, 1998 Hamburg Germany Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
June 12, 1998
June 16, 1998 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
June 17, 1998 London England Wembley Arena

2nd leg : North America
July 9, 1998 Washington, D.C. United States MCI Center
July 11, 1998 Cleveland Gund Arena
July 12, 1998 Cincinnati The Crown
July 14, 1998 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
July 15, 1998 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities
July 17, 1998 Detroit Joe Louis Arena
July 18, 1998
July 22, 1998 Camden E-Centre
July 24, 1998 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
July 25, 1998
July 28, 1998 Milwaukee BMO Harris Bradley Center
July 29, 1998 Minneapolis Target Center
July 31, 1998 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre
August 1, 1998 Kansas City Kemper Arena
August 3, 1998 Denver McNichols Sports Arena
August 5, 1998 West Valley City E Center
August 8, 1998 Vancouver Canada General Motors Place
August 11, 1998 Portland United States Rose Garden
August 13, 1998 Oakland The Arena in Oakland
August 14, 1998 Sacramento ARCO Arena
August 16, 1998 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
August 20, 1998 Inglewood Great Western Forum
August 23, 1998 Anaheim Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim
August 24, 1998 Fresno Selland Arena
August 26, 1998 Phoenix America West Arena
August 28, 1998 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena
August 29, 1998 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
September 3, 1998 Greenville Bon Secours Wellness Arena
September 4, 1998 Charlotte Blockbuster Pavilion
September 5, 1998 Nashville Nashville Arena
September 7, 1998 Dallas Starplex Amphitheatre
September 9, 1998 San Antonio Alamodome
September 11, 1998 West Palm Beach Coral Sky Amphitheatre
September 12, 1998 Tampa Ice Palace
September 15, 1998 Orlando Orlando Arena
September 16, 1998 Atlanta Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre
September 18, 1998 Boston FleetCenter
September 19, 1998 Atlantic City Mark G. Etess Arena
September 21, 1998 Bristow Nissan Pavilion at Stone Ridge
September 22, 1998 Burgettstown Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater
September 24, 1998 Columbus Polaris Amphitheater
September 26, 1998 Rochester Blue Cross Arena
September 27, 1998 Ottawa Canada Corel Centre
September 29, 1998 Toronto SkyDome
September 30, 1998 Montreal Molson Centre
October 2, 1998 Worcester United States Worcester’s Centrum Centre
October 4, 1998 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
October 5, 1998 University Park Bryce Jordan Center
October 6, 1998 East Rutherford Continental Airlines Arena
October 10, 1998 New York City Madison Square Garden
October 11, 1998
October 14, 1998 Baltimore Baltimore Arena
October 16, 1998 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
October 18, 1998 Auburn Hills The Palace of Auburn Hills
October 20, 1998 Raleigh Hardee’s Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
October 21, 1998 Virginia Beach GTE Virginia Beach Amphitheater
October 25, 1998 Atlantic City Mark G. Etess Arena
October 27, 1998 Memphis Pyramid Arena
October 28, 1998 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome
October 30, 1998 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
October 31, 1998
3rd leg : South Africa
November 14, 1998 Cape Town South Africa Green Point Stadium
November 19, 1998 Durban Kings Park Stadium
November 21, 1998 Johannesburg Ellis Park Stadium
4th leg : Oceania
November 27, 1998 Christchurch New Zealand WestpacTrust Centre
November 28, 1998
November 30, 1998 Wellington Queens Wharf Events Centre
December 1, 1998
December 3, 1998
December 5, 1998 Auckland Ericsson Stadium
December 7, 1998 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
December 9, 1998 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
December 10, 1998 Newcastle Newcastle Entertainment Centre
December 12, 1998 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
December 13, 1998 Perth Perth Entertainment Centre
December 14, 1998
December 15, 1998 Melbourne Melbourne Park
December 17, 1998
December 20, 1998 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre

5th leg : Japan 
January 12, 1999 Tokyo Japan Nippon Budokan
January 13, 1999
January 14, 1999
January 16, 1999 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall
January 17, 1999
January 19, 1999
January 20, 1999
January 21, 1999 Nagoya Nagoya Rainbow Hall
January 23, 1999 Hamamatsu Hamamatsu Arena
January 25, 1999 Tokyo Nippon Budokan
January 26, 1999
Last concert 

January 30, 1999 Honolulu United States Aloha Stadium

Note

Janet performed a private show at the Jerudong Park Amphitheatre in Brunei, South East Asia by request of Princess Hamidah of the Brunei royal family. An exclusive audio recording of the show was issued to attendees of Hamidah’s twenty-first birthday party.

Band
Musical Director: Rex Salas
Drums: Lil John Roberts
Keyboards: Rex Salas and Darrel Smith
Percussion: Terry Santiel
Guitar: David Barry
Bass: Sam Sims
Background vocals: Stacy Campbell and Rebecca Valadez
Dancers
Tina Landon (choreographer)
Kelly Konno
Gil Duldulao
Michael Andrews
Tyce Diorio
Teresa Espinosa
Shawnette Heard
Nikki Pantenburg
Robert Vinson

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

The show’s concert in New York City was broadcast on the HBO special The Velvet Rope: Live in Madison Square Garden. It received over 15 million viewers and surpassed the ratings of all four major networks among viewers subscribed to the channel.

Commercial release : 

It was released on DVD as The Velvet Rope Tour – Live in Concert, certified platinum in the United States and Australia. Selected performance footage was also aired on MTV.

A live music video for promotional single “You” contains concert footage filmed in Glasgow and Manchester.

-Previous tour : Janet World Tour 1993-1995

 

Bold and Beautiful 2010

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Cast Members (actors still on the show today in bold)

-John McCook as Eric Forrester

-Susan Flannery as Stephanie Forrester

-Ron Moss as Ridge Forrester

-Winsor Harmon as Thorne Forrester (3rd Thorne)

-Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan

-Schae Harrison as Darla Esinstein

-Ashley Jones as Bridget Forrester (4th Bridget)

-Kyle Lowder as Rick Forrester (3rd Rick)

-Daniel McVicar as Clarke Garrison

-Lesley-Anne Down as Jackie Marone

-Jack Wagner as Nick Marone

-Drew Tyler Bell as Thomas Forrester

-Adam Gregory as Thomas Forrester (2nd Thomas)

-Lesli Kay as Felicia Forrester (2nd Felicia)

-Hunter Tylo as Taylor Hayes

-Harley Graham as Aly Forrester

-Jennifer Gareis as Donna Logan (3rd Donna)

-Patrick Duffy as Stephen Logan (2nd Stephen)

-Heather Tom as Katie Logan (2nd Katie)

-Jacqueline Wood as Steffy Forrester

-Robin Ricker as Beth Logan (4th beth)

-Don Diamont as William “Bill” Spencer Jr

-Rick Hearst as Whip Jones

-Kimberly Matula as Hope Logan (aged from child to adult)

-Scott Clifton as Liam Spencer 

 

Divorces

-Nick Marone & Bridget Forrester

-Eric Forrester & Donna Logan

Mariages 

-Whip Jones & Taylor Hayes

New characters

-Liam Spencer

Characters leaving

-Beth Logan (death onscreen)

-Clarke Garrison

Characters returning

-CJ Garrison (for a short time)

 

-Previous year : Bold and Beautiful 2009

-Next year : Bold and Beautiful 2011

Janet World Tour 1993-1995

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Associated album Janet
Start date November 24, 1993
End date April 22, 1995
Legs 7
No. of shows 81 in North America
9 in Asia
11 in Australia
22 in Europe
123 in total
Box office $9,885,180 (in 12 shows, adjusted to 2019 dollars)

Setlist

“If”
“What Have You Done for Me Lately” / “Nasty”
“Let’s Wait Awhile”
“Come Back to Me”1
“Throb”
“When I Think of You” / “Escapade” / “Miss You Much”
“Love Will Never Do (Without You)”
“Alright”
“What’ll I Do”
“Any Time, Any Place”
“Where Are You Now”1
“Again”
“And On and On”2
“Black Cat”4
“Rhythm Nation”
“This Time”
“That’s the Way Love Goes”
“New Agenda”1
Encore
“Because of Love”
“You Want This”3
“Whoops Now”5
1 Only performed in a few early performances
2 Only performed in a few last dates of summer leg due to the song’s fame at the time, replacing “Black Cat”
3 Only performed on Australian leg and summer US leg
4 Not performed at open venues during summer US leg
5 Only performed on European leg

The band
Musical Director/Keyboards: Rex Salas
Drums: Jonathan Moffett, John Roberts
Keyboards: Eric Daniels, Brian Simpson
Percussion: Terry Santiel
Guitar: David Barry
Bass: Sam Sims
Background vocals: Stacy Campbell, Romeo Johnson, and Lisa Taylor
Dancers: Tina Landon (choreographer), Sean Cheesman, Cynthia Davila, Shawnette Heard, Omar Lopez, Tish Oliver, Jennifer Lopez (Portions), Kelly Konno, Nikki Pantenburg, Jossie Harris (Australian Leg of the Tour), Tam Jo, né Tamsier Joof (Europe Leg of the Tour, portions)

Tour dates

1st leg : North America

November 24, 1993 Cincinnati United States Riverfront Coliseum
November 26, 1993 Toronto Canada SkyDome
November 28, 1993 Landover United States USAir Arena
November 29, 1993
December 1, 1993 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon
December 2, 1993 Minneapolis Target Center
December 4, 1993 Detroit Joe Louis Arena
December 17, 1993 New York City Madison Square Garden
December 18, 1993
December 22, 1993
December 23, 1993
December 28, 1993 Providence Providence Civic Center
December 30, 1993 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
December 31, 1993 New York City Madison Square Garden
January 3, 1994 Richfield Township Richfield Coliseum
January 5, 1994 Atlanta Omni Coliseum
January 6, 1994
January 9, 1994 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum
January 12, 1994 Birmingham BJCC Coliseum
January 14, 1994 Richmond Richmond Coliseum
January 16, 1994 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena
January 18, 1994 Orlando Orlando Arena
January 20, 1994 Miami Miami Arena
January 22, 1994 St. Petersburg Suncoast Dome
January 24, 1994 Albany Knickerbocker Arena
January 30, 1994 Worcester The Centrum
January 31, 1994 Philadelphia The Spectrum
February 3, 1994 Indianapolis Market Square Arena
February 4, 1994 Fairborn Nutter Center
February 6, 1994 Peoria Carver Arena
February 7, 1994 Milwaukee Bradley Center
February 12, 1994 Tacoma Tacoma Dome
February 16, 1994 San Jose San Jose Arena
February 17, 1994 Sacramento ARCO Arena
February 18, 1994 Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena
February 24, 1994 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena

2nd leg : Japan

March 25, 1994 Sasebo Japan Huis Ten Bosch
March 27, 1994 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall
March 29, 1994 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
March 30, 1994

3rd leg : North America

April 7, 1994 Inglewood United States Great Western Forum
April 8, 1994
April 9, 1994
April 14, 1994 San Jose San Jose Arena
April 16, 1994 Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena
April 20, 1994 Cuyahoga Falls Blossom Music Center
April 22, 1994 Albuquerque Tingley Coliseum
April 23, 1994 Las Cruces Pan American Center
April 24, 1994 Denver McNichols Sports Arena
April 26, 1994 Salt Lake City Delta Center
April 27, 1994
4th leg : North America: Amphitheatre
June 10, 1994 Columbia United States Merriweather Post Pavilion
June 11, 1994
June 13, 1994 Vaughan Canada Kingswood Music Theatre
June 18, 1994 Mansfield United States Great Woods Center
June 21, 1994 Saratoga Springs Saratoga Performing Arts Center
June 23, 1994 Burgettstown Coca-Cola Star Lake Amphitheater
June 24, 1994 Philadelphia The Spectrum
June 26, 1994 Wantagh Jones Beach Theater
June 27, 1994
June 30, 1994 Holmdel Township Garden State Arts Center
July 3, 1994 Hershey Hersheypark Stadium
July 5, 1994 Milwaukee Marcus Amphitheater
July 6, 1994 Moline The MARK of the Quad Cities
July 8, 1994 Bonner Springs Sandstone Amphitheater
July 9, 1994 Maryland Heights Riverport Amphitheatre
July 12, 1994 Hoffman Estates Poplar Creek Music Theater
July 13, 1994
July 18, 1994 Clarkston Pine Knob Music Theatre
July 19, 1994 Richfield Township Coliseum at Richfield
July 21, 1994 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
July 23, 1994 Noblesville Deer Creek Music Center
July 24, 1994 Columbus Polaris Amphitheater
July 26, 1994 New York City Radio City Music Hall
July 27, 1994
July 29, 1994 Raleigh Hardee’s Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
July 31, 1994 Atlanta Coca-Cola Lakewood Amphitheatre
August 1, 1994 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome
August 2, 1994 The Woodlands Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
August 3, 1994 Dallas Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheatre
August 5, 1994 Greenwood Village Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre
August 9, 1994 Irvine Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre
August 10, 1994 San Bernardino Blockbuster Pavilion
August 12, 1994 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
August 14, 1994 George The Gorge Amphitheatre
5th leg : Australia
February 6, 1995 Brisbane Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre
February 7, 1995
February 10, 1995 Sydney Sydney Entertainment Centre
February 11, 1995
February 12, 1995
February 15, 1995
February 17, 1995 Melbourne National Tennis Centre
February 18, 1995
February 20, 1995
February 21, 1995 Adelaide Adelaide Entertainment Centre
February 23, 1995 Perth Perth Entertainment Centre
7th leg : Asia
February 27, 1995 Singapore Singapore Indoor Stadium
February 28, 1995
March 3, 1995 Pasay Philippines Folk Arts Theater
March 5, 1995 Bangkok Thailand Indoor Stadium Huamark
March 6, 1995
8th leg : Europe
March 8, 1995 Oslo Norway Oslo Spektrum
March 9, 1995 Copenhagen Denmark Forum Copenhagen
March 11, 1995 Stockholm Sweden Globe Arena
March 14, 1995 Berlin Germany Arena Berlin
March 16, 1995 Hamburg Alsterdorfer Sporthalle
March 21, 1995 Rotterdam Netherlands Rotterdam Ahoy Sportpaleis
March 22, 1995
March 25, 1995 Toulouse France Palais des Sports de Toulouse
March 26, 1995 Barcelona Spain Palau Sant Jordi
March 29, 1995 Marseille France Le Dôme de Marseille
March 31, 1995 Zürich Switzerland Hallenstadion
April 1, 1995 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
April 4, 1995 Sheffield England Sheffield Arena
April 7, 1995 Birmingham NEC Arena
April 8, 1995 London London Docklands Arena
April 10, 1995 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
April 11, 1995 Stuttgart Germany Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
April 13, 1995 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
April 15, 1995 Dortmund Westfalenhallen
April 19, 1995 London England Wembley Arena
April 20, 1995
April 22, 1995

Commercial release :

This tour was never officially released on VHS/DVD.

Pioneer signed contracts with many major music artists, including Janet, to release their concerts exclusively on Laserdisc. To date the contracts are still standing and the concerts have not been released on DVD by Pioneer or others. As a result, the tour has never been released on home video.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

The tour has aired on television, although it has never aired in full. MTV covered the opening night of the tour as well as the European leg.

Multiple bootleg recordings of the tour have surfaced:
Sex is Happiness CD Live in Minneapolis on December 2, 1993.
Live in Peoria, Illinois on February 6, 1994.
Jones Beach New York June 27, 1994.
Jones Beach New York June 28, 1994.
Live in Rotterdam, Netherlands at The Ahoy on March 21, 1995.
Live in Barcelona Spain on March 26, 1995.
Clips live in Australia performing “If”
Clips live in Philippines performing “If”
Clips live in Tokyo, Japan “If”

-Previous tour : Rhythm Nation World Tour 1990

-Next tour : The Velvet Rope Tour (1997-1998)

Rhythm Nation World Tour 1990

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Associated album Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814
Start date February 27, 1990
End date November 16, 1990
Legs 5
No. of shows 15 in Asia
20 in Europe
96 in North America
131 in total
Box office $54,514,000 (in 90 shows within the USA, adjusted to 2019 dollars)

Set list
“Control”
“Nasty”
“What Have You Done for Me Lately”
“Let’s Wait Awhile”
“When I Think of You”
“The Pleasure Principle”
“T.V.” (interlude)
“State of the World”
“Race” (interlude)
“The Knowledge”
“Funny How Time Flies (When You’re Having Fun)” (instrumental interlude)
“Black Cat”
“Come Back to Me”
“Alright”
“Escapade”
“Miss You Much”
“Pledge” (interlude)
“Rhythm Nation”

Rehearsals

Rehearsals for the Rhythm Nation Tour were held in Los Angeles in January 1990. While rehearsing in L.A , Janet got a surprise visit from comedian Arsenio Hall who was recording his TV Show in another studio and she agreed to do the Miss You Much chair routine for his audience!

Janet then rehearsed in Pensacola, Florida for two weeks before the tour kickoff. She surprised the people of Pensacola with a concert that was announced only one day ahead of time. The $10 tickets, limited to a four per person, didn’t go on sale until the morning of the concert. All 7,600 tickets were sold within three hours. Another 1,000 tickets were given to local charities.

Tour Dates

1st Leg : North America 

February 27, 1990 Pensacola United States Pensacola Civic Center 8,600 / 8,600 $76,000
March 1, 1990 Miami Miami Arena 15,082 / 15,082 $297,870
March 3, 1990 Chapel Hill Dean Smith Center 17,095 / 17,095 $321,653
March 4, 1990 Charlotte Charlotte Coliseum 20,834 / 20,834 $398,892
March 6, 1990 Columbia Carolina Coliseum
March 7, 1990 Knoxville Thompson–Boling Arena 15,449 / 15,449 $285,554
March 9, 1990 Louisville Freedom Hall 17,639 / 17,639 $332,787
March 10, 1990 Cincinnati Riverfront Coliseum 15,312 / 15,312 $283,272
March 12, 1990 Richfield Richfield Coliseum 16,990 / 16,990 $314,315
March 13, 1990 Pittsburgh Civic Arena 15,825 / 15,825 $287,906
March 15, 1990 New York City Madison Square Garden 35,741 / 35,741 $1,053,548
March 16, 1990
March 19, 1990 Montreal Canada Montreal Forum 13,000 / 13,000 $281,888
March 20, 1990 Toronto Skydome 22,625 / 22,625 $476,627
March 22, 1990 Landover United States Capital Centre 34,581 / 34,581 $765,112
March 23, 1990 Hartford Hartford Civic Center
March 26, 1990 Worcester Centrum in Worcester 27,600 / 27,600 $600,458
March 27, 1990
March 29, 1990 Landover Capital Centre [a] [a]
March 31, 1990 Hampton Hampton Coliseum
April 2, 1990 Detroit Joe Louis Arena 35,645 / 35,645 $702,460
April 3, 1990
April 5, 1990 Bloomington Met Center
April 6, 1990
April 9, 1990 Rosemont Rosemont Horizon 15,703 / 15,703 $347,063
April 11, 1990 Kansas City Kemper Arena 14,516 / 14,516 $283,062
April 13, 1990 Fort Worth TCCC Arena 13,233 / 13,233 $258,043
April 15, 1990 Houston The Summit 27,082 / 30,000 $506,903
April 16, 1990
April 18, 1990 Tempe ASU Activity Center
April 20, 1990 Inglewood Great Western Forum 57,600 / 57,600 $1,196,448
April 21, 1990
April 23, 1990 San Diego San Diego Sports Arena 13,283 / 13,283 $264,233
April 25, 1990 Inglewood Great Western Forum [b] [b]
April 26, 1990
April 28, 1990 Oakland Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum Arena 58,002 / 58,002 $1,363,047
April 29, 1990
May 1, 1990
May 2, 1990
May 4, 1990 Sacramento ARCO Arena 29,942 / 29,942 $703,637
May 5, 1990

2nd leg : Japan 

May 17, 1990 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome
May 18, 1990
May 20, 1990 Osaka Osaka-jō Hall
May 21, 1990
May 23, 1990 Yokohama Yokohama Arena

3rd leg : North America

June 6, 1990 Tacoma United States Tacoma Dome 39,287 / 47,370 $893,779
June 7, 1990
June 9, 1990 Vancouver Canada BC Place
June 11, 1990 Edmonton Northlands Coliseum
June 12, 1990 Calgary Olympic Saddledome 14,531 / 16,507 $317,334
June 15, 1990 Denver United States McNichols Sports Arena
June 16, 1990
June 18, 1990 Salt Lake City Salt Palace
June 20, 1990 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre 34,698 / 40,000 $730,905
June 21, 1990
June 23, 1990 Costa Mesa Pacific Amphitheatre
June 24, 1990
June 26, 1990 Inglewood Great Western Forum 42,848 / 42,848 $892,188
June 27, 1990
June 29, 1990
July 2, 1990 Dallas Reunion Arena
July 3, 1990 Oklahoma City Myriad Convention Center Arena
July 5, 1990 Austin Frank Erwin Center 24,974 / 26,508 $484,477
July 6, 1990
July 8, 1990 New Orleans Louisiana Superdome
July 10, 1990 Memphis Mid-South Coliseum 10,488 / 10,488 $235,980
July 12, 1990 Miami Miami Arena 10,031 / 11,500 $225,698
July 13, 1990 Orlando Orlando Arena 12,842 / 12,842 $288,945
July 14, 1990 St. Petersburg Florida Suncoast Dome 18,833 / 18,833 $419,647
July 16, 1990 Atlanta Omni Coliseum 51,712 / 51,712 $1,034,240
July 17, 1990
July 19, 1990
July 20, 1990
July 22, 1990 Birmingham BJCC Coliseum 13,354 / 13,354 $287,111
July 24, 1990 Indianapolis Market Square Arena 12,962 / 12,962 $256,000
July 25, 1990 Cincinnati Riverbend Music Center
July 27, 1990 Milwaukee Bradley Center 15,491 / 15,884 $298,860
July 29, 1990 Tinley Park World Music Theatre
July 30, 1990
August 1, 1990
August 10, 1990 Landover Capital Centre 44,812 / 44,812 $1,019,473
August 11, 1990
August 13, 1990
August 14, 1990 Greensboro Greensboro Coliseum
August 16, 1990 Philadelphia The Spectrum
August 17, 1990
August 19, 1990
August 21, 1990 Ottawa Canada Lansdowne Park 8,013 / 12,000 $188,044
August 22, 1990 Auburn Hills United States The Palace of Auburn Hills 32,832 / 32,832 $746,928
August 23, 1990
August 25, 1990 Albany Knickerbocker Arena 13,200 / 13,200 $254,623
August 27, 1990 Providence Providence Civic Center 10,709 / 11,805 $243,630
August 28, 1990 Uniondale Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum 12,827 / 15,029 $291,814
August 30, 1990 East Rutherford Brendan Byrne Arena 15,686 / 15,686 $317,168
September 4, 1990 Richfield Township Richfield Coliseum

4th leg :  Europe

October 4, 1990 Rotterdam Netherlands Ahoy Sportpaleis
October 5, 1990
October 6, 1990
October 8, 1990 Berlin Germany Werner-Seelenbinder-Halle
October 12, 1990 Stockholm Sweden Stockholm Globe Arena
October 14, 1990 Paris France Palais Omnisports de Paris-Bercy
October 15, 1990 Zurich Switzerland Hallenstadion
October 16, 1990 Munich Germany Olympiahalle
October 18, 1990 Frankfurt Festhalle Frankfurt
October 24, 1990 Eissporthalle Frankfurt
October 26, 1990 Birmingham England NEC Arena
October 27, 1990 National Exhibition Centre
October 28, 1990 London Wembley Arena

5th leg : Japan

November 3, 1990 Osaka Japan Osaka-jō Hall
November 4, 1990
November 6, 1990 Tokyo Tokyo Dome
November 7, 1990
November 9, 1990 Hong Kong[26] Hong Kong Hong Kong Coliseum
November 10, 1990
November 11, 1990
November 14, 1990 Nagoya Japan Nagoya Rainbow Hall
November 15, 1990
November 16, 1990 Yokohama Yokohama Arena

Tour personal

Management – Roger Davies Management, Inc.
Tour Manager – Rusty Hooker
Assistant Tour Manager – Nelson Hayes
Production Manager – Benny Collins
Assistant Production Manager – Lisa Hoth
Stage Manager – Chris Tervit
FOH Sound Engineer – Chris Taylor
Monitor Engineer – Randy Weitzel
Musical Director – Chuckii Booker
Lighting/Design – Roy Bennett
Automated Lighting- Gary Westcott
Drum Technician – Tom Wilson
Tour Photography – Eddie Wolfl

Dancers – “The Nation”
Choreography
Janet Jackson, Anthony Thomas, Terry Bixler, LaVelle Smith

Staging
Janet Jackson, Tina Landon, LaVelle Smith, Terry Bixler, Anthony Thomas

Commercial release :

This tour was never officially released on VHS/DVD.

TV/Bottlegs/You Tube :

The May 18 show in Tokyo, Japan aired on Japanese television in full, spliced with commercials Janet had filmed for JAL Airlines.

-Next tour : Janet World Tour 1993-1995

Bold and Beautiful 2009

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Cast Members (actors still on the show today in bold)

-John McCook as Eric Forrester

-Susan Flannery as Stephanie Forrester

-Ron Moss as Ridge Forrester

-Winsor Harmon as Thorne Forrester (3rd Thorne)

-Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan

-Schae Harrison as Darla Esinstein

-Ashley Jones as Bridget Forrester (4th Bridget)

-Kyle Lowder as Rick Forrester (3rd Rick)

-Daniel McVicar as Clarke Garrison

-Lesley-Anne Down as Jackie Marone

-Jack Wagner as Nick Marone

-Drew Tyler Bell as Thomas Forrester

-Lesli Kay as Felicia Forrester (2nd Felicia)

-Hunter Tylo as Taylor Hayes

-Harley Graham as Aly Forrester

-Jennifer Gareis as Donna Logan (3rd Donna)

-Patrick Duffy as Stephen Logan (2nd Stephen)

-Heather Tom as Katie Logan (2nd Katie)

-Tracy Melchior as Kristen Forrester (2nd Kristen)

-Jacqueline Wood as Steffy Forrester (aged as an adult)

-Robin Ricker as Beth Logan (4th beth)

-Don Diamont as William “Bill” Spencer Jr-

-Rick Hearst as Whip Jones

Divorces

Mariages 

-Nick Marone & Bridget Forrester (3rd wedding)

-Ridge Forrester & Brooke Logan (4th wedding)

-Bill Foster & Katie Logan

New characters

-William “Bill” Spencer Jr

Characters leaving

-William “Bill” Spencer Sr (death offscreen)

-Kristen Forrester

Characters returning

-William “Bill” Spencer Sr (for a short time)

-Karen Spencer (for a short time)

-Whip Jones

 

 

-Previous year : Bold and Beautiful 2008

-Next year : Bold and Beautiful 2010

Bold and Beautiful 2008

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Cast Members (actors still on the show today in bold)

-John McCook as Eric Forrester

-Susan Flannery as Stephanie Forrester

-Ron Moss as Ridge Forrester

-Winsor Harmon as Thorne Forrester (3rd Thorne)

-Katherine Kelly Lang as Brooke Logan

-Ashley Jones as Bridget Forrester (4th Bridget)

-Kyle Lowder as Rick Forrester (3rd Rick)

-Daniel McVicar as Clarke Garrison

-Lesley-Anne Down as Jackie Marone

-Jack Wagner as Nick Marone

-Drew Tyler Bell as Thomas Forrester

-Lesli Kay as Felicia Forrester (2nd Felicia)

-Hunter Tylo as Taylor Hayes

-Harley Graham as Aly Forrester

-MacKenzie Mauzy as Phoebe Forrester

-Jennifer Gareis as Donna Logan (3rd Donna)

-William DeVry as Storm Logan (3rd Storm)

-Patrick Duffy as Stephen Logan (2nd Stephen)

-Heather Tom as Katie Logan (2nd Katie)

-Tracy Melchior as Kristen Forrester

-Jacqueline Wood as Steffy Forrester (aged as an adult)

-Robin Ricker as Beth Logan (4th beth)

Divorces

-Eric Forrester & Stephanie Douglas

-Nick Marone & Taylor Hayes

Mariages 

-Eric Forrester & Donna Logan

-Nick Marone & Bridget Forrester (2nd wedding/annuled)

New characters

 

Characters leaving

-Phoebe Forrester (death onscreen)

-Storm Logan

Characters returning

-Kristen Forrester

-Steffy Forrester

-Beth Logan

 

-Previous year : Bold and Beautiful 2007

-Next year : Bold and Beautiful 2009

TV Performances 80’s (Janet)

1987

-May 6, 1982 : During an episode of Diff’Rent Strokes titled “The Music Man” Janet sings “The Magic Is Working” a song she has just recorded for her debut album.

-October 30, 1982 : Janet performs Young Love & Come Give Your Love On Me for the first time on Dick Clark’s American Bandstand and reveals why she wears a key on her ear ring.

-November 5, 1982 : Janet performs Young Love on Solid Gold.

-December 18, 1982 : Janet performs Say You Do and Young Love on the Soul Train show.

-January 1983 : Janet performs “Say You Do” on Solid Gold.

-February 10, 1983 : Janet performs Young Love on Musikladen.

-September 15, 1984 : Janet performs her new single Don’t Stand Another Chance & Dream Street  on American Bandstand.

-September 29, 1984 : Season 4 premiere of “Fame” featuring Janet is aired on NBC.In the first episode Janet/Cleo performs  her new single “Two To The Power Of Love” with Jesse Borrego taking Cliff Richard’s place.

-October 27, 1984 : In Fame new episode “The Heart Of Rock N Roll”, Janet/Cleo performs “Don’t Stand Another Chance”.

-November 10, 1984  : Janet performs Don’t Stand Another Chance on the Soul Train Show.

-January 26, 1985 : In Fame’s new episode “The Heart Of Rock N Roll II”, Janet/Cleo performs a rendition of Jackson 5 hit “I Want You Back”.

-May 25, 1985 : In Fame’s season 4 finale, Janet/Cleo performs “Dream Street”. This is Janet first ever promotional music video and also her last appearance on the show.

-October 27, 1985 : Janet supports LaToya by performing background vocals on her song “Baby Sister” during a live performance at the 16th annual World Popular Song Festival in Japan.

-January 27, 1986 :  At the end of the American Music Awards ceremony, Michael joins many celebrities including Diana Ross, Janet & LaToya to sing We Are The World.

-March 29, 1986 : Janet performs What Have You Done For Me Lately on The Soul Train Show.

-April 11, 1986 : Janet performs What Have You Done For Me Lately on The Solid Soul Show.

-April 19, 1986 : Janet performs What Have You Done For Me Lately on American Bandstand.

-May 2, 1986 : Janet performs What Have You Done For Me Lately on Solid Gold.

-October, 1986 : Janet performs Control on the Soul Train Show.

Janet goes to Europe with Rene & Anthony Thomas for a short promotional tour :

-London (to tape a performance of Control on Top Of The Pops)
-Paris (to tape a performance of Nasty on TF1)
-Spain (to tape a performance of When I Think Of You)
-Germany (to tape a performance of Control)

-December 31, 1986 : Janet performs Control on Countdown to 1987.

-January  1987 : Janet goes to Tokyo to perform “Let’s Wait Awhile” on a Japonese TV Show.

-January 26, 1987 : Janet performs Control at the American Music Awards.

-February 24, 1987 : Janet opens the Grammy Awards ceremony with a medley performance of  “What Have You Done For Me Lately ” and “Nasty” featuring Terry Lewis & Jimmy Jam.

-March 26, 1987 : Janet performs “Let’s Wait Awhile” on British TV show Top Of The Pops.

-October 1989 : Janet, Rene & the Kids (the dancers) go on promotional tour in Europe.

-London : They perform Miss You Much and Rhythm Nation on Top Of The Pops, TV PLUS, Rhythm Nation on The Royal Variety Performance & Rhythm Nation and Miss You Much on Big England Cafe.
-Paris : They perform Miss You Much at Sacrée Soirée on TF1.
-Munich : They perform Miss You Much on Peter’s Pop Show on ZDF.
-Spain : They perform Miss You Much
-Belgium : They perform Miss You Much & Rhythm Nation at the Diamond Awards Festival.

 

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TV Performances 70’s (Janet)

1974

-March 16, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine & This Old Man/ABC at the Carol Burnett Show. Janet makes her TV debut and performs with Randy a Sonny & Cher skit.

-September 3, 1974 : The Jackson 5 perform Dancing Machine at the Merv Griffin Show. Janet & Randy perform their Vegas skit.

-March 16, 1975 : The Jackson 5 appear on the Cher TV show. They are introduced by Janet and they perform I Am Love + a skit called The World Is a Mess and finally Cher joins the group to perform a medley of I Want You Back/I’ll Be There/Never Can Say Goodbye/The Love You Save/Dancing Machine.

-June 16, 1975 : The Jackson 5 performs Moving Violation at the Dinah Show and Janet & Randy do their Sonny & Cher skit.

-June 16, 1976 : CBS airs the first episode of The Jacksons Variety Show. The show based on their Las Vegas set features The Jacksons + The Jackson Sisters (Rebbie, LaToya & Janet). Special guest star : Sonny Bono. Songs performed :”Forever Came Today”, “Love Will Keep Us Together”, “More Than You Know”/”Am I Blue?”/”For Once in My Life”/ “Try a Little Tenderness”, “Steppin’ Out with My Baby”, “Dancing Machine”.

-June 23, 1976 : CBS airs the 2nd episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star -: Mackenzie Phillips. Songs performed : “(You Were Made) Especially For Me”,
“Do The Fonz”, “A Little Bit Country, A Little Bit Rock and Roll”/”Deep Purple”Convoy”, “Junkfood Junkie”, “Ben”, “Goin’ Back to Indiana”.

-June 30, 1976 : CBS airs the 3rd episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Ed McMahon. Songs performed :”Rockin’ Robin”, “Flat Foot Floogie”, “World of Sunshine”, “Save The Bones for Henry Jones”, “The Love You Save”.

-July 7, 1976 : CBS airs the 4th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Joey Bishop. Songs performed :”ABC” “Fever”, “I Got You Babe”,”Down by the Old Mill Stream”, “Never Can Say Goodbye”.

January 19, 1977 : CBS airs the 5th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Redd Foxx. Songs performed : Enjoy Yourself”, “They Can’t Take That Away from Me”/”Puttin’ on the Ritz”, “Blues Away”, “Bei Mir Bist Du Schön (Means You’re Grand)”, “Keep on Dancing”.

-January 26, 1977 : CBS airs the 6th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Carroll O’Connor. Songs performed :”Hum Along and Dance”,”Get Happy”/”I Got Rhythm”, “I Got You Babe”, “Coconut”,”I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart”/”Don’t Get Around Much Anymore”/”Caravan”/”Take the “A” Train”, “Show You the Way to Go”.

-February 2, 1977 : CBS airs the 7th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest stars : Dom DeLuise/George Miller/Muhammad Ali. Songs performed :”Moving Violation”,”On the Wall” “That’s the Way (I Like It)”, “Style of Life”, “Steppin’ Out”, “Hello, Dolly!”, “Life of the Party”.

-February 9, 1977 : CBS airs the 8th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Betty White. Songs performed :”Get It Together”, “On The Wall”, “Chattanooga Shoe Shine Boy”, “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree”, “Dreamer”, “Opus No. 1”, “Just a Little Bit of You”.

-February 16, 1977 : CBS airs the 9th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest stars : Georgia Engel/David Letterman. Songs performed :”Sugar Daddy”, “On The Wall”,”Cisco Kid”/”I Shot the Sheriff”,”One”, “Ben”, “I Am Love”.

-February 23, 1977 : CBS airs the 10th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest stars : John Byner/Nicholas Brothers. Songs performed :”What You Don’t Know Won’t Hurt You”, “On the Wall”,”Midnight at the Oasis”,”Get Ready”,”Good Times” “I Can’t Quit Your Love”.

-March 2, 1977 : CBS airs the 11th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest star : Lynda Carter. Songs performed”Think Happy”, “On The Wall”, “On the Good Ship Lollipop”, “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone”,”Thank God I’m a Country Boy”, “Living Together”, “I’ll Be There”.

-March 9, 1977 : CBS airs the 12th episode of The Jacksons Variety Show.  Special guest stars : Tim Conway/David Letterman. Songs performed :”Dancing Machine”, “On the Wall”, “Behind Closed Doors”, “Yes Sir, That’s My Baby”, “I’m Going To Jackson”, “Flat Foot Floogie”,”World of Sunshine”,”Body Language.

 

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