In celebration of Black History Month, the 50th Anniversary of Philadelphia International Records and the recent re-release of their classic repertoire on Sony Legacy Records, Pro Motion founder Brad LeBeau recently sat down for a virtual interview with The Jacksons Jackie, Marlon, and Tito who spoke about their 55-year life as the “first family of music”.
Throughout the 1-hour conversation, LeBeau and WBLS’ Lenny Green spoke to the Jackson trio about the group’s start as The Jackson 5 on Motown, their subsequent signing as The Jacksons to Philly International / Epic Records and what it was like growing up in 650+ square foot house in Gary, Indiana alongside their famous brothers, Michael and Jermaine, and sisters Janet, Latoya, and Rebbie.
In addition to their professional accomplishments, The Jacksons shared a myriad of extremely touching stories about their siblings, their parents, and what came with massive success at such an early age.
ProMotionMusicNews.com hopes your enjoy the latest in a series of “To Be Continued …” interviews.
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