|Death: ||Apr. 14, 2013|
Rhythm & blues and soul singer, songwriter. Very active in the sixties as a singer, he reached the success as a songwriter beginning to compose for FAME Studios of Muscle Shoals. In early 1971, his song "One bad apple" sung by the Osmonds gained the first place on the American pop charts, and stayed there for five weeks. During his career he wrote songs for the likes of Tina Turner, James Brown, Wilson Pickett and Clarence Carter. He recorded several albums including "Heart To Heart Collect", "George Jackson in Muscle Shoals", "What Would Your Mama Say", "In Memphis 1972-77", "All Because Of Your Love", "Do not count Me Out: The Fame Recordings" and "Let the Best Man Win: The Fame Recordings". Jackson died after a long struggle against cancer.
Mount Charity Baptist Church Cemetery
Created by: Lucy Caldarelli
Record added: Apr 15, 2013
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