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  1. Jackie Jackson – vocals; Tito Jackson – guitar, vocals; Jermaine Jackson – bass, vocals — — The Jackson 5 (1965 – May 1975) Jackie – vocals; Tito – guitar, vocals; Jermaine – bass, vocals; Marlon Jackson – vocals; Michael Jackson – lead vocals; From Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5, December 1969, to Moving Violation, May ...

  2. The Jackson 5, American pop-soul vocal group that was massively popular in the 1970s, launching the career of singer, songwriter, and dancer Michael Jackson, who was the most popular entertainer in the world in the early to mid-1980s. The members of the group were Jackie Jackson (byname of Sigmund.

  3. Tito Jackson Introduction Not only did the Jackson Five launch the career of Michael Jackson, but the group's own "bubblegum soul" sound—which combined influences from vocal groups, contemporary soul and R&B stars, and classic Motown artists—was enormously successful.

  4. The Jackson 5 is an American music group, which began forming around 1963-1965 by the Jackson family brothers Jackie, Jermaine, Marlon, Michael and Tito. In 1967, the quintet's first singles were recorded in Chicago and released by Steeltown Records , which was located in their hometown of Gary, Indiana .

  5. The Jackson 5’s first TV appearance is the 1969 Miss Black American Pageant, where they perform ‘It’s Your Thing.’ The Jackson 5 is featured in the September issue of Soul Magazine. Studio recording of ‘I Want You Back’ is released. It rises to #1 in the pop charts.

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    The Jackson 5, later the Jacksons, is an American pop band composed of members of the Jackson family. The group was founded in 1964 in Gary, Indiana, and for most of their career consisted of...

  7. The Jackson 5 were a group made up of five brothers from Gary, Indiana, USA, under the leadership of their father Joseph Jackson: Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael. Formally known as The Jackson 5, they later changed their name to The Jacksons when they switched labels from Motown to Epic, via Philadelphia International Records ...

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