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CHUCK JACKSON
Chuck Jackson (born July 22, 1937) is a soul/r&b singer who started his career in the early 60's and has performed ever since.

His first hit was "I Don't Wanna Cry" in 1961. Some other hits of his include "Any Day Now," "I Keep Forgettin'" and "All Over The World". In 1967 he moved from Scepter to Motown to record few singles there. During the 70's, Jackson recorded few albums and singles to various labels including ABC and All-Platinum, but he neved gained as much success as in the 60's.

In 80's he went to EMI America and sung vocals in two Gary U.S. Bond's hit albums and later recorded 2 singles to Motor City label.

DON'T confuse with Producer/Songwriter Chuck Jackson (2)
 
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Chuck Jackson September 1973 Interview
IT HAS ALWAYS intrigued me how there is a small band of select American artists who, despite having never received any chart recognition, are always revered by the soul folk of this country. Chuck Jackson certainly can be included in that exclusive little group. Even in the States, Chuck has seen both ends of the road — during his peak years with Wand, there was no more successful male artist in the R&B field yet during a section of his Motown era one could seriously wonder as to whether Chuc...
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Chuck Jackson December 1975 Interview
One of the major disappointments in what has otherwise been a very good year for our music was the cancellation of the proposed All Platinum Tour, whi...
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Chuck Jackson 2004 Liner Notes
One of traditional R&B music's legendary proponents, Chuck Jackson racked up an impressive twenty-three charted singles between 1961 and 1980. The sou...
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