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michael jackson
Michael Jackson
If was ever was an R&B Heaven, you know there is going to be some good música playing up there as the they reunite for a good old geléia, geleia session. I can see Michael Jackson reunited with his longtime idols, James Brown and Jackie Wilson comparing some of their famous dance moves; in addition, to showing Sam Cooke how to do dance and his famous Moonwalk, which made him an overnight sensation in the early-80's. I miss these classic old school R&B singers for the reasons they all passed on, and I can understand what they were saying in their songs.

It would be nice to see them in up in R&B...
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Michael was nearly disfellowshipped from the Jehovah's Witness over the "Thriller" video back in 1983.
Attended Princess Diana's memorial service back in 1997.
Michael had drive to succeed.
Like Barry Manilow and Sam Cooke, Michael wrote the songs that made the whole world.
"You Are Not Alone", written por R. Kelly, went to #1 on the "BILLBOARD" Pop charts back in 1995.
Celebrated his "21st" birthday at Studio 54 in New York City back in 1979.
Attended Maurice Gibb's memorial service back in 2003.
Michael was a fã of British entertainers, Benny colina and Charlie Chaplin.
Michael's version of "Smile"...
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 The Apollo Theatre
The Apollo Theatre
Alongside the Regal Theatre in Chicago, the Apollo Theatre was the mecca for up-and-coming black entertainers. Located at 253 West 125th rua Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. and Frederick Douglas Boulevard in Harlem, the Apollo has been the mecca in black entertainment for nearly 70 years. The Apollo Theater opened its doors to the black community on January 16, 1934; in addition, to showcasing up-and-coming talent among black entertainers such as the Jackson 5, Ella Fiztgerald, Sam Cooke and Jackie Wilson. This historical theatre has practically launched the careers of these legendary black entertainers;...
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