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    Jackson "4" unity tour

    Has anyone here been to see the Jacksons tour yet?

    I myself have not, but I did see it on a few youtube channels. Those men are what in their mid 60s some of them and they still seemed to be able to get the crowds screaming for them.

    I might go see them if they come though my neck of the woods.

    would anyone here see them if given a chance

    Danielle
    Last edited by Danileevan; 02-24-2017 at 01:40 AM.

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    Ive seen them, they do put on the same. So seeing them more than once is probably ill-advised. However, what I did see was good and the moves and vocals were fresh. The banter in the show was funny too. I loved it and picked up an autograpghed program, sadly I didn't get to meet them myself, but the signatures are real.

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    Sounds like fun.

    Banter, that sounds cute, as MJ never seemed to banter with crowds after he left his bros. I have always wondered why he lost that confidence. To talk to the crowd or joke with him, this is where his bros always shined for me.
    You say they put on the same show each time (I suppose that is a whole lot like MJ did, seems all his solo tours were much the same as well yet I still loved them)
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    We had a big thread about the Unity Tour back when it was happening in 2012-13: http://historycontinues.com/forums/s...ons-Unity-Tour

    I've seen the brothers twice and Tito solo on another occasion. They put on a great show, IMO. Marlon's still got the stage presence and Jermaine's still got the voice. Brilliant setlist too - they were doing rarities like Time Waits For No One and Man of War when I first saw them. They even did State of Shock at Bestival in 2015. State of Shock! Way more imaginative than Michael was with his solo setlists.


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    Oh wow, I didn't know they preformed State of Shock.
    I love Man of War, I was exposed to that song through the 2014 Michigan stops.

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