Janet Jackson Pittsburgh Tickets
Janet Jackson has been a familiar face in American pop culture for the past four decades. She has featured in television series, films and reality shows. However her immensely successful singing career has eclipsed all her other endeavors, with album sales of more than twenty six million. She has been actively involved in helping the society with numerous philanthropic acts, which include supporting UNICEF and Make A Wish foundation. She has released eleven albums, with ‘Unbreakable’ released in 2015 being her most recent work. Prior to this, Janet Jackson’s last album was released in 2008. Get Janet Jackson Pittsburgh tickets and watch the multi-talented artist perform live at the packed Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh.
From the young age of fourteen, Janet Jackson has been making music that has influenced many. She began her career with the album “Janet Jackson” which was released in 1982. It was followed by “Dream Street” two years later.
Making a place for herself
During this time Jackson was balancing her music career along with her acting career. However, once she invested her focus in music and followed her passion, she was able to make ripples in the music industry. It became evident by her next release “Control”.
With her third album, Janet brought forth a mixture of dance, jazz, soul and rap that brought her many accolades. It resulted in Janet Jackson sweeping the American Music Awards with twelve nominations and four awards. It also brought a Grammy Award nomination for Grammy of the year. Not only did this album bring advancements in the field of music, it also expanded the art of performance in music video. Get Janet Jackson Pittsburgh tickets and watch a fascinating performance from the American artist.
Jackson’s first Grammy
Janet Jackson’s fourth musical album ‘Rhythm Nation 1814’ came out in 1989 and was targeted towards the ills of the society. It was a socially conscious driven album that had number one hits charting on the Billboard Hot 100 in three calendar years. The album’s lyrical content ranged from topics such as illiteracy and crime, to drugs and racial intolerance. It won Jackson her first Grammy Award for ‘Best Long Form Music Video’. Janet has grown considerably since then as an artist and individual, chalking up many number one hits and releasing seven more albums.