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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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September 3, 2010

1980 – A month before they issued their fourth album, the Jacksons (including Jermaine) were honored with a star on Hollywood Boulevard’s world famous ‘Walk Of Fame’.In recognition of their contribution to contemporary music, the star is situated on Vine Street, and it was unveiled by the city’s Chamber of Commerce. More than 2000 adoring […]

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July 17, 2010

1980 – Michael films a special at Disneyland for Disney’s 25th anniversary. Disneyland celebrates its twenty-fifth anniversary with a 25 hour party starting at midnight and ending at 1 AM on the 20th.1982 – Michael attends a gala in honor of Quincy Jones at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. 1985 – The charity single We Are […]

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July 3, 2010

1980 – The Jacksons album Triumph was released. Despite the group’s immediate absence from the concert stage, Triumph became the group’s first album to reach number one on the R & B charts since 1971’s Maybe Tomorrow. Despite sporting popular hits like Lovely One and Can You Feel It, the album’s “Triumph” was no doubt […]