Glove comes with Grammy Museum paperwork. Shoes and socks come with paperwork directly from MJJ Productions (Michael Jacksons personal production company).
Iconic pieces of music history that are instantly recognizable. Complete with documentation letters directly from the Grammy Museum & MJJ PRODUCTIONS. Displayed at the Grammy museum for years in Los Angeles a custom white cotton glove completely covered in clear Swarovski crystals. This glove is one of the most recognized pieces of wardrobe in the history of pop culture. The gloves were commissioned for the Jackson's 1984 Victory tour where Michael performed in fifty-five concerts with his brothers.STAGE WORN FLORSHEIM LOAFERS (signed by Michael). A pair of black leather loafers by Florsheim still with evidence of his dancing/moonwalk on the soles. Ichael always wore Florsheims, because he learned to dance in them as a kid. "These are the shoes that my family could afford and what I learned to dance in". The side of the right shoe is signed boldly in silver marker.
Accompanied by full documentation from MJJ Productions with a letter from Rosemary Chavira dated April 14th 1999. A pair of white cotton athletic socks featuring individual square Swarovski iridescent crystals, hand-sewn to uppers of socks in parallel rows.
These socks were worn on the Dangerous tour he can be seen wearing these socks on the cover of. Accompanied by full documentation from MJJ Productions with a letter from Bob Jones dated July 7th 1993. Was a concert tour of the United States and Canada by Michael Jackson and The Jackson family between July and December of 1984. It was the first and only tour with all six Jackson brothers (even though Jackie was injured for most of the tour).
The group performed 55 concerts to an audience of approximately 2 million. Most came to see Michael, whose album Thriller was dominating the popular music world at the time. Songs from it and his earlier solo album Off the Wall made up most of the set list. It showcased Michael's single decorated glove, black sequined jacket and moonwalk. Despite its focus on Michael, it was named after the newly released Jacksons' album Victory although none of the album's songs were performed and Marlon confirmed it was because Michael refused to rehearse or perform them; in fact, he had only reluctantly joined his brothers, who needed the income while he himself did not, on the tour and tensions between him and them increased to the point that he announced at the last show that it was the last time they would perform together, ending plans for a European leg.
Michael donated his share to several charities as he had promised before it, but the rancour between him and his brothers had a deep and lasting effect on the Jacksons as a family, alienating him from them for most of his life and it effectively ended the Jacksons as a performing group. I will do my best to arrange personal viewings for all serious enquiries. Please contact me directly with any offers regarding this. All screen captures are the property of their respective owners. The item "Michael Jackson STAGE WORN GLOVE Crystal Socks & Florsheim moonwalk signed shoes" is in sale since Tuesday, January 7, 2020.
This item is in the category "Entertainment Memorabilia\Music Memorabilia\Rock & Pop\Artists J\Jackson, Michael\Concert Memorabilia". The seller is "emmettsauction" and is located in Los Angeles, California.This item can be shipped to United States.