In a video shown on Entertainment Tonight ofsinging to on his cell phone, he said he did some vocals for the Doobie brothers.
He did background vocals for the Doobie Brothers on the song Minute by Minute "I Keep Holding On". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zpXK19Ik9z0&feature=related
Tom Johnston Patrick Simmons shared lead vocals. Michael McDonald was also a lead singer.
In 1964, Michael and Marlon joined the Jackson Brothers - a band formed by brothers Jackie, Tito, and Jermaine-as backup musicians playing congas and tamborine. Jackson later began performing backup vocals and dancing; at the age of eight, he and Jermaine assumed lead vocals, and the group's name was changed to The Jackson 5. Michael was with The Jackson 5 all throughout the recording of his album Off the Wall, performed with them at Motown 25 where he did the infamous moonwalk, they filmed a Pepsi commercial together in 1984 where Michael was seriously burned after a pyrotechnics incident, and then there was The Victory Tour in mid-1984. That was the last performance Michael did with his brothers.
In mostly all of his songs, Michael Jackson did all his background vocals. He only really wanted his background vocals instead of using other people because hes cool like that...
Candy Girl was by New Edition not the Jackson 5.
he did backup vocals for Rockwell in "somebody's watching me"
It's by Rockwell, Michael features on the chorus and Jermaine did additional backing vocals.
Rockwell, in 1984. Michael and Jermaine Jackson sang additional vocals.
Yes, it features Michael on the chorus and also Jermaine on additional backing vocals.
1. All I Do (Michael doing background vocals) 2. Just Good Friends 3. Get It
Their duet is called 'Scream'. Janet also did background vocals on 'PYT'.
no he dint Janet and vocals said that
Yes. Biggie Smalls contributed vocals for the song 'This Time Around' which can be found on Michael Jackson's 1995 release, HIStory.
Isaac (guitar, vocals), Taylor (keyboards, piano, vocals), and Zac Hanson (drums, vocals)
Michael Jackson sings some background vocals in the Stevie wonder's song- "All I Do". Stevie wonder sings a duet with MJ in MJ's Bad album- "Just good friends"
The song "Tell Me I'm Not Dreamin' (Too Good to be True) was written by Jermaine Jackson, and eatures himself and brother Michael Jackson on vocals. The song was released in April of 1984.
There is no more "Jackson 5" now. The members were:Jackie Jackson, VocalsTito Jackson, Vocals,guitarMarlon Jackson, VocalsMichael Jackson, Lead vocals - Died on June 25, 2009Jermaine Jackson, Lead vocals, bass guitarRandy Jackson, Lead vocals, keyboards" In July 1984, the Jacksons launched their Victory Tour, which was overshadowed by Jackie's leg injury, ticket issues, friction between the brothers, and shakeup in the promotion and marketing team, initially headed by Don King, who was later fired. Michael announced he was leaving the group after their final performance at Dodger Stadium that December. The following January, Marlon Jackson also announced he was leaving the group to pursue a solo career. In 1989, five years after their last album, the remaining quartet of Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Randy released 2300 Jackson Street, which performed badly on the charts. After a brief promotional tour, the band went into hiatus and never recorded another album together." (Wikipedia)After Michael died (2009), the group wanted to do a tour as a tribute to Michael. But the brothers disagreed on timing because Dr. Conrad Murray, accused of causing Michael's death, would be on trial in 2010. "The show carried on with Jackie, Tito and Marlon performing without Jermaine. In April 2012, Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon announced that they would reunite for several United States concerts for their Unity Tour. Thirty-eight dates were announced, however, eleven shows in the U.S. were canceled. The tour started at Casino Rama in Rama, Canada on June 20 and ended on December 9 in Osaka, Japan." (Wikipedia)The Jackson 5, with Michael just a boy, had been one of the most famous and fawned over groups in the late 1960s-early 1970s. Nearly every young girl was "in love with" Michael, especially with Michael's lead vocals in "Ben" and "I'll Be There". But the swooning died long before Michael's death, although he remained a popular--but a recluse--singer.
the Jonas brothers are a band of three membersJoe Jonas- Vocals, GuitaristNick Jonas- Vocals, Guitarist, drums, keyboards etc..Kevin Jonas- Background vocals, guitar
The group you hear in the vocals for 'Why' along with Michael, they are called 3T. They are related to the Jackson family. The group includes: Tariano Adaryll Jackson II (also known as Taj), Taryll Adren Jackson and Tito Joe Jackson They are all Tito Jackson's sons. The wikipedia for them can be found here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3T Also, if you are wanting to hear more from them, I would recommend 'I Need You' in which Michael Jackson has a small part in as well.
Michael Jackson was born the 7th of nine children by Joseph Jackson and Katherine Jackson. his oldest sister was maureen (rebbie) she had a modestly successful recording career but first and foemost was a housewife. his oldest brother was sigmund (Jackie) and he was a dancer in the Jackson five, a dance group made up of the brothers of the Jackson family, and occasionally (such as in las Vegas and on their variety show) their sister. Michael Jackson had 3 sisters: rebbie, latoya, and Janet. all sisters had varying levels of success in recording careers, but , with the exception of Janet, never could even touch the popularity and success of the Jackson 5 and Michael himself. Michael also had 5 brothers: Jackie, tito, marlon, Jermaine, and randy(not associated with randy Jackson from American idol). tito would play guitar for the band, Jermaine would play bass and also sing in duets in early Jackson 5 material, and randy would do the same later in the Jackson five career.marlon, randy, and Jackie would sing back-up vocals and dance for the group. Michael was the lead singer and the main attraction.
Anthony "Caleb" Followill - Vocals, Rhthym Guitar Ivan "Nathan" Followill - Drums, Backing Vocals Michael "Jared" Followill - Bass, Backing Vocals Cameron "Matthew" Followill - Lead Guitar, Backing Vocals They are known by their middle names as apposed to their first names. Caleb, Nathan and Jared are brothers and Matthew is their cousin.
Sean Michael Foreman (vocals) and Nathaniel Warren Seth Motte (vocals)
The Cleveland Orchestra did the backing vocals and the prelude in the full version of the song.
The Jonas Brothers. But Nick has the most vocals on that song.