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Randy Jackson joined the Jackson 5 in 1976

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Randy did join the Jackson 5 when Jermaine left the band, but they were the Jacksons then.


Randy Jackson officially joined the Jackson 5 in 1976 at the age of 15.


He joined the band at 5 years old and the band was originally Tito, Jackie and Randy, Joe (the father) thought Michael and Marlon were to young to join until Michael performed at a talent show, Joe then made him the lead.


His father had originally wanted Jermaine to be the lead singer, but his mother Katherine made Joe listen to Michael sing and that was it. He made Michael the lead singer of the Jackson 5! that's how he got into the group, he was a Jackson brother and a very strong singer.


Michael Jackson was 6 years old when he joined "The Jackson Brothers" in 1964. He played the Congas.


When he was 5 years old since he was part of the family.


He was on every tour with the Jackson 5 from 1972, but didn't officially join the band until 1975. He was therefore 11 when he started touring with them, and fourteen when he officially joined the band. By the way, it isn't the same Randy Jackson that is an American Idol judge. It's a completely different person. :)



Michael was with the Jackson 5 from the beginning. His father wanted Jermaine to be the lead singer, but when Michael showed his talent, his father immediately reconsidered. Michael has always been the star of the show.


There are two different men by the name of Randy Jackson. The American Idol judge was NOT in the Jackson 5. He was was born in 1956. The other Randy Jackson, born Steven Randall Jackson did often travel with his brothers, but did not join the group until Jermaine left in 1976 and the group became The Jacksons because Berry Gordy would not let them keep the name The Jackson 5.


No. At the beginning of the Thriller music video he clearly states that he is not. Even after that he did not join one.


there are only 6 brothers in the Jackson family, the youngest is Randy, he couldn't join the group cause he was too young. When the group desided to leave Motown, Jermaine also desided to leave the group (or actually the group desided to leave Jermaine). At that time randy was old enough to join the brothers who were called 'the jacksons' now.


He wasn't forced to be part of the Jackson 5. Michael lived and breathed music- everything he did involved music. It was Michael's choice and he was by no means forced into the music business.


Never, he didn't convert it was a story started by a British tabloid.


Their reaction? It was expected that he would join his older brothers and sing with them.


Jermaine, Marlon, Michael, Jackie, Tito. When the group left Motown, Jermaine stayed behind, so Randy took his place in the Jacksons (the name had to be changed because Motown owned the Jackson 5 name). Later, when the Jacksons performed, Jermaine would join them....TMI??


Because of the jackson 5 which his dad formed and made them all join and if you have never heard of the jackson 5 then go on it on youtube and you will know which one is him. :D


According to J. Randy Taraborelli's Michael Jackson: the Magic and the Madness, in 1963, Michael wanted to join his four older brothers in a group and when they told him he couldn't, he entered a school talent show singing "Climb Every Mountain," and their brothers told him he could join.They played for a few years, before (circa 1967?) recording a few songs locally most notably "Big Boy."Their first album for Motown Records, Diana Ross Presents the Jackson Five was released in 1969 along with their first #1 single, "I Want You Back."Michael's first solo single, "Got To Be There," was released in 1971.


because he didnt want to be like his brother randy also he didnt want to be bad


Because as a kid he originally got started in his music career by being in a band with his brothers. Without that band he most likely would have not been as popular as he is today


No But there is probably a fan account on Youtube. That will be all about Randy Orton and anyone can join it.


NO..my brother wanted to join and he has warrants and they told him no..


1977 -- after Randy Meisner left. Timothy left Poco to join the Eagles.


Michael Jackson was signed to Motown records during his days with The Jackson 5, the group left Motown and later signed with CBS who then became Epic Records. Epic left CBS and join Sony where Michael would call home until his untimely death in 2009. Epic and Sony also allowed Michael to create his own label know as MJJ Records. Michael's deal with was reported worth a billion dollars


of all the questions you could ask about Michael Jackson why would you ask that one. I know Janet and latoya were not and he only had 3 sisters so I doubt it.



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