La Toya Jackson

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La Toya Yvonne Jackson (born May 29, 1956) is an American singer, songwriter, actress, businesswoman and television personality.wikipedia
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La Toya Jackson (album)

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Her most successful releases in the United States were her self-titled debut album (1980) and the 1984 single "Heart Don't Lie".
La Toya Jackson is the 1980 self–titled debut album from American singer La Toya Jackson.

Heart Don't Lie (song)

Heart Don't Lie
Her most successful releases in the United States were her self-titled debut album (1980) and the 1984 single "Heart Don't Lie". 1984 saw the release of Jackson's critically acclaimed album Heart Don't Lie. Jackson scored her biggest Billboard Hot 100 hit with the title track, which peaked at number 56.
"Heart Don't Lie" is a song by American singer La Toya Jackson.

La Toya (album)

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Jackson's other songs include "If You Feel the Funk", "Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'", "Hot Potato", "You're Gonna Get Rocked!" and "Sexbox". Another one of Jackson's songs, "Just Say No" from her fifth album was composed for US first lady Nancy Reagan and Reagan administration's anti-drug campaign.
La Toya (also known as You're Gonna Get Rocked!) is the fifth studio album by American singer La Toya Jackson released in 1988 by RCA.

If You Feel the Funk

Jackson's other songs include "If You Feel the Funk", "Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'", "Hot Potato", "You're Gonna Get Rocked!" and "Sexbox".
"If You Feel the Funk" was the debut single from artist La Toya Jackson.

Sexbox

Jackson's other songs include "If You Feel the Funk", "Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'", "Hot Potato", "You're Gonna Get Rocked!" and "Sexbox".
"Sexbox" is a single by American singer La Toya Jackson.

The Jacksons (TV series)

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The fifth and middle child of the Jackson family, Jackson first gained recognition on the family's variety television series, The Jacksons, on CBS between 1976 and 1977. In 1976 and 1977, La Toya and her sisters Rebbie and Janet appeared in all twelve episodes of The Jacksons—a CBS-TV variety program, with their brothers Jackie, Tito, Marlon, Michael, and Randy.

Hot Potato (song)

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Jackson's other songs include "If You Feel the Funk", "Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'", "Hot Potato", "You're Gonna Get Rocked!" and "Sexbox".
"Hot Potato" is a single by American singer La Toya Jackson, the third single from her successful 1984 album Heart Don't Lie.

Jack Gordon (entertainment manager)

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Despite subsequent musical success, Jackson's recording career began its decline in the 1990s as a result of her controversial marriage to entertainment manager Jack Gordon, whom she divorced in 1997.
Gordon was most known as the former manager and later husband of American singer–songwriter La Toya Jackson.

Home (La Toya Jackson song)

HomeHome" (La Toya Jackson song)
After a period of public seclusion, she returned to the music industry in 2004 with the singles "Just Wanna Dance", "Home" and "Free the World", which saw success on the Hot Dance Club Play chart in the United States.
"Home" is a sentimental ballad by La Toya Jackson which first appeared on the 2003 promotional copy her album Startin' Over.

Just Wanna Dance

After a period of public seclusion, she returned to the music industry in 2004 with the singles "Just Wanna Dance", "Home" and "Free the World", which saw success on the Hot Dance Club Play chart in the United States.
"Just Wanna Dance" is a single by American singer La Toya Jackson.

La Toya: Growing Up in the Jackson Family

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Jackson posed for Playboy magazine in 1989 and again in 1991 to promote her New York Times Best Seller La Toya: Growing Up in the Jackson Family.
La Toya: Growing up in the Jackson Family is an autobiography written by American singer La Toya Jackson, and co-authored by celebrity biography author Patricia Romanowski.

Free the World

After a period of public seclusion, she returned to the music industry in 2004 with the singles "Just Wanna Dance", "Home" and "Free the World", which saw success on the Hot Dance Club Play chart in the United States.
"Free the World" is a single by American singer La Toya Jackson.

The Apprentice (American season 11)

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In 2011, she was a contestant on the fourth installment of The Celebrity Apprentice and released an extended play, Starting Over, which is her most recent release to date.
Lil Jon, La Toya Jackson, Gary Busey, and Lisa Rinna all returned for All-Star Celebrity Apprentice.

Formidable (La Toya Jackson album)

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In 1992, Jackson signed a contract with the Moulin Rouge to star in the successful Paris revue, Formidable.
Formidable is the soundtrack to the show performed at the Moulin Rouge in Paris, France by American singer La Toya Jackson.

Rebbie Jackson

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Born on her sister Rebbie's 6th birthday on May 29, 1956 in Gary, Indiana, La Toya Jackson is the fifth of ten children born to Joe and Katherine Jackson and the middle female child between Rebbie and Janet.
Her sister La Toya was born on her sixth birthday.

Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'

Jackson's other songs include "If You Feel the Funk", "Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'", "Hot Potato", "You're Gonna Get Rocked!" and "Sexbox".
"Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'" is the first single from the 1984 album Heart Don't Lie, the third album by American singer La Toya Jackson.

Jackson family

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The fifth and middle child of the Jackson family, Jackson first gained recognition on the family's variety television series, The Jacksons, on CBS between 1976 and 1977.
All nine of the Jackson siblings have gold records to their credits with La Toya holding the distinction of being the first Jackson sister to attain one (awarded by the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique for "Reggae Night," which she co-wrote for Jimmy Cliff).

Michael Jackson

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In 1976 and 1977, La Toya and her sisters Rebbie and Janet appeared in all twelve episodes of The Jacksons—a CBS-TV variety program, with their brothers Jackie, Tito, Marlon, Michael, and Randy. Her second single, "Night Time Lover", was produced by younger brother Michael, who provided backing vocals and co-wrote the song with La Toya.
Michael grew up with three sisters (Rebbie, La Toya, and Janet) and five brothers (Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, and Randy).

Jermaine Jackson

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Along with their brothers (minus Jermaine, who stayed at Motown and left the family group when his brothers moved to Epic Records), La Toya and her sisters sang, danced, and performed skits.
His siblings are Rebbie, Jackie, Tito, La Toya, Marlon, Michael, Randy, and Janet.

Night Time Lover

Her second single, "Night Time Lover", was produced by younger brother Michael, who provided backing vocals and co-wrote the song with La Toya.
"Night Time Lover" is the second single by American singer La Toya Jackson, from her eponymous debut.

Heart Don't Lie

1984 saw the release of Jackson's critically acclaimed album Heart Don't Lie. Jackson scored her biggest Billboard Hot 100 hit with the title track, which peaked at number 56.
Heart Don't Lie is the third album released by American singer La Toya Jackson.

My Special Love

In 1981, Jackson released a follow-up album, My Special Love, which generated two singles, "Stay the Night" and "I Don't Want You to Go".
My Special Love is the second studio album by American singer La Toya Jackson.

Janet Jackson

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Born on her sister Rebbie's 6th birthday on May 29, 1956 in Gary, Indiana, La Toya Jackson is the fifth of ten children born to Joe and Katherine Jackson and the middle female child between Rebbie and Janet.
She provided moral support, defending her brother, and denied abuse allegations regarding her parents made by her sister La Toya.

Just Say No

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Another one of Jackson's songs, "Just Say No" from her fifth album was composed for US first lady Nancy Reagan and Reagan administration's anti-drug campaign.
La Toya Jackson became spokesperson for the campaign in 1987 and recorded a song titled "Just Say No" with British hit producers Stock/Aitken/Waterman.

Baby Sister

Her 1985 single "Baby Sister" was a notable success, as it received one of five Outstanding Song Awards at the sixteenth annual World Popular Song Festival in Japan.
"Baby Sister" is a 1985 single by American singer La Toya Jackson, the first taken from her fourth album Imagination; which was released the following year.