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The Virgin Tour
... The Virgin Tour is the debut concert tour by American singer-songwriter Madonna ... The tour supported her first two studio albums, Madonna (1983) and Like a Virgin (1984) ... Although, initially planned for an international audience, the tour was restricted within United States and Canada only ...
Everybody (Madonna Song) - Live Performances
... Madonna has performed "Everybody" during The Virgin Tour in 1985 and as the concert finale on the 1993 Girlie Show World Tour ... In The Virgin Tour, Madonna wore a blue see-through crop-top which revealed her black bra, a purple skirt, lacy leggings and a brightly patterned jacket ... performance was included in the home video release titled Live – The Virgin Tour ...
Live – The Virgin Tour - Background
... Madonna's first concert tour, The Virgin Tour, promoted her first two studio albums, Madonna and Like a Virgin ... After the tour was over, Madonna started recording her third studio album, True Blue ... who presided over the shooting of the tour on video, submitted the footage to Warner Bros ...
Lucky Star (song) - Live Performances
... Madonna has performed "Lucky Star" during three of her concert tours, namely "The Virgin Tour" (1985), the "Who's That Girl World Tour" (1987), and the "Confessions Tour" (200 ... In The Virgin Tour, Madonna performed the song wearing a blue see-through crop top revealing her trademark black bra, a purple skirt, lacy leggings and a brightly patterned jacket ... The performance was included in the Live – The Virgin Tour VHS, released in 1985 ...

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