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Don't miss the Twitterview with the Jackson Brothers this SUNDAY at 10p/9c. Follow AETelevision and AllJack5ons on Twitter to see Marlon, Jackie, Jermaine and Tito's responses to fan questions. New episode of The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty, Jan. 10 at 10p/9c on A&E! In Santa Barbara at their secluded location, hoping to focus on nothing but their upcoming concert, Jermaine continues to confront his brothers about their lack of support for his delayed Michael Tribute concert. The brothers make some progress in the recording studio, but it's not long before they begin to butt heads. When an argument between Jermaine and Marlon sends the recording session spiraling out of control, the entire project is suddenly put into question, and the brothers split into two, contentious groups.
9 Jan 2010
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Access Hollywood Jackie Jackson, Tito Jackson and Marlon Jackson are ready to perform at the "Michael Jackson Forever" Tribute Concert to honor the music and life of their brother.
11 Oct 2011
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Entertainment Tonight Season: 32 Before Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, and Marlon Jackson would hit the stage to perform their brother Michael's greatest hits at the Mawazine Festival in Morocco, ET's Rocsi Diaz spent the day shopping and enjoying the sights of Rabat with the fab four.
5 Jun 2013
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If you like what you see subscribe Michael Jackson and The Jackson's performing Jackson 5 Medley in Madison Square Garden in New York on Michael Jackson's 30th Anniversary Celebration in 2001. In late November 2001, the CBS television network aired a two-hour special in honor of Michael Jackson's thirtieth year as a solo entertainer (his first solo single, "Got to Be There", was recorded in 1971). The show was edited from footage of two separate concerts Michael had orchestrated in New York City's Madison Square Garden on September 7 and September 10 of 2001. The shows sold out in five hours. Ticket prices were pop's most expensive ever; the best seats cost $5,000 and included a dinner with Michael Jackson and a signed poster. The cheapest seats cost $1600, which included just a dinner following the concert. Jackson reportedly earned $7.5 million for each of the two concerts, which is over $150,000 per minute. The show ranked first in black viewers over the decade ending 2008.The second hour of the show is by far the best remembered, featuring the exciting reunion of Michael and his brothers Jermaine, Jackie, Randy, Marlon, and Tito for a "greatest hits" medley, including their headlining songs "ABC", "I Want You Back", "Can You Feel It", "The Love You Save", "I'll Be There" and "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)". As the crowd roared, it was evident that the Jackson brothers were enjoying themselves, possibly even more than the adoring fans of past and present. Following the reunion, Michael announced surprise guests for the Jackson 5 hit "Dancing Machine" - *NSYNC.
14 Oct 2009
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Michael Jackson and the Jackson brothers along with director Bob Giraldi, collaborate with Pepsi on this genre defining commercial for the "new generation".
7 Feb 2010
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Access Hollywood Paula hits the red carpet at the "This Is It" premiere in LA where she talks about working with the Jackson brothers on the Victory Tour and how Michael would pull pranks on her.
25 Apr 2010
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It's springtime in Alaska, and John and Eric are eager to get some fresh powder riding in before snow season is over. They rally up the troops and head out on a 4-day mountaineering trip, where the clear conditions allow them to get some fun lines in. After some fresh snowfall, the boys hit one of the best kickers of the season, putting the perfect end to their last snowboarding session in the state of Alaska. The boys will now venture down south, and it's time for the Jackson brothers to kick off their boots and put on their board shorts for summer. Stay tuned for a new episode every other Tuesday. Last episode: ***********/watch?v=SSWf4Hfr6nk Subscribe to this show! ***********/show/brothersontherun?s=1 __________________________________________________________ Follow them on their journey through Twitter and Facebook! #BrothersOnTheRun johnjamun ********twitter****/#!/johnjamun *******www.facebook****/pages/John-Jackson/236864349685177 Ejackshreds ********twitter****/#!/Ejackshreds RedBull ********twitter****/#!/redbull Songs in this episode: Girl, by Giraffage- 00:47 ******* Moments, by Giraffage- 01:25 ******* Rebels, by Canopies- 02:44 *******canopies.bandcamp****/ Like it is, by Josh Makorto- 05:13 *******myspace****/joshmakorto Born to your Device, by Canopies- 05:30 *******canopies.bandcamp****/ Old Habits, by Hot Bodies in Motion- 07:07 ******* Physics, by Hot Bodies in Motion- 09:30 *******
27 Jun 2012
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The Jackson brothers continue their journey down south through Mexico in search of some perfect waves. Along the way they pick up a mystery man known as Panchito, get some downhill longboarding in, and manage to get the van stuck in a parking garage, all before scoring some Baja swell. Support Brothers for Hope *******Jaxunion**** Stay tuned for a new episode every other Tuesday. Last episode: ***********/watch?v=viU8cOALCLY All episodes! ***********/show/brothersontherun?s=1 __________________________________________________________ Follow them on their journey through Twitter and Facebook! #BrothersOnTheRun johnjamun ********twitter****/#!/johnjamun *******www.facebook****/pages/John-Jackson/236864349685177 Ejackshreds ********twitter****/#!/Ejackshreds RedBull ********twitter****/#!/redbull Subscribe to Red Bull: ***********/subscription_center?add_user=redbull Music: Campfires- Come On Out 0:00- 0:16 The Almighty Rhombus- Honest Liar 0:45- 2:50 Campfires- Fail By Design 2:50- 6:06 Campfires- Laurentide 6:06- 8:53 Zigitros- Horses Hold On 8:53- 9:22 ******* Hot Bodies In Motion- Physics 9:22- 9:53 *******
8 Aug 2012
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From Their Album: Destiny I R.I.P Michael Jackson Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)", released in December 1978, is a 1979 hit single recorded by The Jacksons for CBS/Epic Records The most successful of the Jacksons' disco/funk-era recordings for Epic, "Shake Your Body" (originally demoed as "Shake a Body") was produced by the Jackson brothers, written by Michael and Randy Jackson, and featured Michael on lead vocals. Released to radio in a single edit of three minutes and forty-five seconds and played in its full nearly seven-minute version by clubs, the single charted at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 and at number three on the Billboard R&B Singles chart. "Shake Your Body" sold over two million copies, attaining double-platinum status from the Recording Industry Association of America. The single was later sampled by Huey Lewis & The News on their 1984 hit "I Want a New Drug" as well as popular reggae artist Shaggy for his 2000 single "Dance & Shout". Lead vocals by Michael Jackson Background vocals by Jackie Jackson, Randy Jackson, Tito Jackson, and Marlon Jackson Vocal arrangements by The Jacksons Rhythm arrangements by Greg Phillinganes Horn and strings arranged by Tom Tom 84 Keyboards and synthesizers by Greg Phillinganes and Mike Boddicker Drums by Ed Green Percussion by Paulinho Da Costa
2 Jun 2013
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