I was born in 1964; the tail end of the baby boomers and the beginning of Generation X. I’ve had this debate with my friends – who are we if we are born on the cusp of two completely different age groups? My argument is that it’s not when we are born, but when we grow up that defines our personality. It is the significant events, influential people and social changes of that time that impact our life the most. And so I am, by all counts, a product of the Generation X. And since I was a teenager throughout the late 70’s, early 80’s, there’s no question that music was my salvation. Not just any music in particular. Specifically, the music of the late, great Michael Jackson.There’s not a song that Michael Jackson sang that I didn’t know the words to. I bought every album, had a backstage pass at his sold-out concert and was completely enamored with his dance moves. He was truly an icon for a young girl growing up in the 80’s. I loved his music videos, I memorized his lyrics and I could never understand why he kept altering his sexy looks. The Baby Boomers knew his music, but didn’t… Read full this story
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