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October 18, 2010

1969 – The Jackson 5 got their first* national television debut in U.S. on the ABC-TV show Hollywood Palace Special when Diana Ross introduced them. One week after I Want You Back was released, the Jackson 5 made their first national television appearance on a live broadcast of Hollywood Palace on ABC-TV at 9:30 p.m(EST). […]

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October 17, 2010

1970 – The Jackson Five’s Third Album yielded their 4th #1 single I’ll Be There. In September 1970, the Jackson 5 had sold over 10 million copies of their 3 singles I Want You Back, ABC and The Love You Save, during a period of 9 months. It was a record for a so short […]

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October 16, 2010

1970 – The Jackson 5 perform at New York City, NY on their first national tour. 1981 – While at the Studio 55 in Los Angeles, Michael sings backing vocals on the song Don’t Let A Woman Make A Fool Out Of You by Joe Carrasco. 1993 – Manchete magazine [Brazil] featured Michael on the […]

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October 11, 2010

1970 – The Jackson 5 perform at Memphis, Tennessee on their first national tour. 1987 – Michael performs BAD tour at Osaka Stadium in Osaka, Japan. 1988 – Michael performs BAD tour at Richfield Coliseum in Cleveland [US]. 1996 – Michael performs HIStory concert at Olympic Stadium in Seoul, South Korea attending 72,000. Only this […]

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October 10, 2010

1970 – The Jackson 5 perform at Cincinnati, Ohio on their first national tour. http://jackson5tv.magnify.net/video/Jackson-5-National-Anthem-197/player?layout= STAR SPANGLED BANNER, America’s national anthem, performed by the Jackson 5 –accompanied by the Leman Monroe High School Band – at the opening game of the baseball World Series at the Riverfront Stadium in Cincinnati, Ohio. In a later interview, […]

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October 9, 2010

1970 – After a string of one-nighters, the Jackson 5’s first first national tour kicked off at Boston Gardens, Massachusetts, before a crowd of 16,000 hysterical fans. They would play at 16 cities, in Cincinnati, Memphis, New York, North Carolina, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee, finishing with a special ‘homecoming‘ performance in Gary, Indiana. They […]

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September 26, 2010

1970 – Motown announced that the Jackson 5 had sold a million records in the last nine months. 1971 – The Jackson 5ive perform two shows at Baltimore, Maryland on their first national tour. 1973 – Get It Together performed by the Jackson 5 in the States on The Bob Hope Special (an alternate version), […]

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September 17, 2010

1970 – The Jackson 5ive made their first guest appearance on a musical variety show, performing on the Jim Nabors Show. The Jackson 5 were the only guests on the Jim Nabors Hour for his 1970 season premiere. Nabors was an affable, goofy actor who had achieved national fame as a country bumpkin named Gomer […]

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September 8, 2010

1970 – The Jackson 5’s third album, imaginatively titled Third Album, was released, which featured the group’s 4th consecutive #1 single on the US pop charts, I’ll Be There. Third Album was released after the Jackson 5 know their heyday, two weeks after the release of their fourth single, I’ll Be There, which would become […]

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August 25, 2010

1970 – The Jackson 5ive are at Look Magazine, Volume 34 Number 17. Cover story: JACKSON FIVE: “Bubblegum soul takes off”. THE JACKSON FIVE: The Hottest new group in the record world has to be in bed by ten o’clock. “Led by Michael, 10, the Jackson quintet is an exaltation of earthy songs and hip […]