Produced on May 4, 1951, in Gary, Indiana, to Joseph and Katherine Jackson, Jackie Jackson was the earliest of the well-known Jackson family. He went to form the Jackson 5 along with his brother Michael Jackson and three of their other brothers.
Jackie was an associate of the group Jackson 5 along with his four siblings Michael, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon Jackson.
As the second oldest of nine kids, the oldest man and first frontman of the Jackson singing group The Jackson Brothers, Jackie Jackson was viewed as a leader of the kids on and off the stage. Jackson started practicing together with his dad’s guitar for a very young age and contained his four brothers in his practice, all of whom would continue to form the Jackson 5.
The group made their professional debut in a club in Indiana. Whoever owns the club, Keith Gordon, made a decision to give the Jackson 5 a opportunity to record in his studio.
Following singles like “ABC,” “The Love You Save” and “I Will Be There” also reach the very top of the charts, making the Jackson 5 among the most famous names in music.