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    Michael Jackson

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    In our life we were found someone special to us, who could help us when we fall and when our world were turning upside down. I found Michael Jackson is excellent example because he is role model, great entertainer, and legend. There are the reasons to proof the fact that why I pick Michael Jackson as my inspiration. First, I found Michael Jackson as my inspiration because he is a good role model. Since, he has helped a lot of people and save many lives. According to Wikipedia, “[he] sent millions

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    Michael Jackson

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    Michael Jackson was born on August 29, 1958. He was one of ten children growing up. Michael and his siblings grew up in a very strict home. He had many conflicts with his father, who was physically and emotionally abusive. Michael’s music career began with the formation of The Jackson 5 in 1963, when he joined his brothers, Jackie, Tito, Marlon, and Jermaine in their already booming musical group. This was the start of Michael’s singing career. He was only five years old at this time, and went

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    Michael Jackson

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    Michael Jackson was born in Gary, Indiana on August 29, 1958, and was an entertainer nearly all his life. The Jackson family had 9 children: 6 sons and 3 daughters. However, Michael’s singing and dancing were something nobody could compare to, marking him as a musical prodigy. Joseph Jackson, the father, believed his sons had talent so he formed a musical group in the early 1960’s. At first the preforms consisted of Michael’s older brothers. When he was five years old, Michael soon got to join his

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    Michael Jackson

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    Michael Jackson, born Michael Joseph Jackson was on August 29, 1958, in Gary, Indiana, son of Joseph and Katherine Jackson. Together they had nine children; Rebbie, Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, LaToya, Marlon, Randy, Michael, and Janet. His father was an aspiring guitarist, but had to give up his musical ambitions to provide for his family; however, he encouraged his children to take up music. Although Michael had no formal musical educational training, he gained experienced through the music group he

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    Michael Jackson

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    In the 1990s Michael got married, had two children, and eventually had a third child from a surrogate mother. He later divorced and the mother did not play any significant role in his children’s lives. Michael always dreamt of being a father and this was finally his chance to have children he could love and care for. On June 25, 2009 Michael died of overdose from propofol and benzodiazepine after suffering a cardiac arrest. In his autobiography Michael was always aware of how unfortunate it was that

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    hold the same effect today? Michael Jackson grew up in an abusive home but talent filled Michael found a way to work past the abuse and found a way to make a career that put the world in awe. Jackson has, needless to say, a heart-shattering past, an amazing music career, and an interesting way out of it all that still leaves people wondering: who really is Michael Jackson? Michael Joseph Jackson was born in Indiana on August 29, 1958. His mother, Katherine Jackson was a homemaker and believed

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    Michael Jackson in his early years of the Jackson Five There are many major popular music figures in America, but one that stands out would be Michael Jackson. He had a long successful career starting out as a young boy. Through out his career one era that stood out was his family band called The Jackson Five. The members that where also in this band were family members such as Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon Jackson. Michael Jackson was a member of the Jackson Five at age four, and then

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    Biography of Michael Jackson

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    Michael Jackson Michael Jackson was born April 29, 1958 to a working class family in Gary, Indiana. His parents, Joe and Katherine had ten children and Michael Jackson was the eighth child. The Jackson family was very musically inclined. Michael’s father played guitar in a small R&B band, his mother sang frequently, and his brothers often sand and played with their father’s guitar (Biography on Michael Jackson, 2002). Michael Jackson was no exception to his family’s musical ability. At the

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    Michael Jackson Influence

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    Michael Joseph Jackson was and still is seen as the biggest popstar of the 20th century and is also considered the most popular recording artist of all time. A person could identify his voice as soon as they heard it. He had incredible dance moves, musical adaptability, and had a great deal of star power. Jackson was born August 29, 1958 in Gary, Indiana to Katherine Jackson and Joseph Jackson who was a guitarist but had to put his musical ambitions to the side to care for his large family. Michael

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    Michael Jackson Biography

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    Michael Joseph Jackson was born on August 29, 1958 in Gary, Indiana (Sullivan 1005). His parents were Joseph Jackson and Katherine Scruse (Sullivan 1005). Michael was one of nine children. Michael and his siblings were not allowed to call their father “daddy” they were to call him Joseph (Collins 8). Michael was married and divorced twice in his lifetime. “His first marriage was to Lisa Marie Presley, daughter of Elvis Presley, in 1994” (Collins 22). They were married for two years, and had

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