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    Personality Ashley N Gold Wenatchee Valley College Table of Contents Abstract 3 Personality 4 Openness (to experience) 4 Conscientiousness 5 Extraversion 5 Agreeableness 5 Neuroticism. 6 References 7 Abstract In this paper, I will be describing my own personality using self-concept of The Big Five Theory. Personality refers to different relatively steady characteristics in people that may determine overall behavior. The Big Five Theory identifies five basic personality traits that includes

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    Michael Jackson was an inspirational dancer and the legend of the music industry! He was a song writer, a artist, but despite his fame and wealth, he had a very troubled life. Here I will tell you everything about how Michael Jackson 's fame rose and fell. From his early days as the lead singer in his family band called the Jackson Five, they made 20 albums until 1984. Even though Michael had a solo career and he became a hit in 1972 he still was in his family band. His father pushed him and

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    Joseph Jackson, born in Gary, Indiana on August 29, 1958. He was the sixth child of Joe and Katherine Jackson. Michael and his siblings were surrounded by music their entire life. When Michael was a young boy he listen to Sammy Davis and would always be dancing. In 1963, when he was only five years old, he performed an amazing portrayal of “Climb Every Mountain”. This had many teachers in tears. He was invited to be the lead singer in the Jackson's brothers group. This is where the Jackson 5 era began

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    Michael Jackson was born on August 29, 1958 in Gary Indiana. Michael Jackson was born into a large working class family, Michael’s mother was a homemaker and she was also involved with Jehovah’s witness. But his father was once a guitarist but became a crane operator to provide for his wife and his kids(5). Michael started performing locally when he was just five years old. But in 1968, five of the jackson kids signed with Motown Records as the Jackson Five(4). Out of the five siblings

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    The History of Pioneer Black Musicians Music Influence on that of Michael Jackson Michael Jackson was a great singer in his time and one of Americas’ prolific singers to ever grace the music scene. From the time he graced the music scene, he would go on to become a great singer that inspired other great singers during his period and in the future generation. Music has got a unique element that is so unifying and touching depending on the type of music one could be listening. In the history of the

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    Although they are not from our time, Elvis Presley and Michael Jacksons’ names are known all over the world. These two are arguably the most influential artists in music history. Elvis was an actor, singer and dancer, while Michael chose to focus mainly on his music and dancing. Despite their differences, both helped sculpt the music industry into what it is today. The popularity of Jackson and Presley causes many to ask “Who was more influential?” While Elvis Presley was mostly known for rock, he

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    Post Malone Post Malone is a very famous American rapper, songwriter, and record producer. Furthermore, Post Malone 's popularity comes from his hit single white iverson. White iverson was Post Malone 's first hit song. “White iverson a song he claims was made in his los angeles bedroom during time when he couldn 't afford to buy a pack of cigarettes”(hidden success). In addition

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    where the public looked towards celebrities for inspiration. Michael Jackson, King of Pop broke more social barriers than any other icon of his time. Michael’s 1987 hit, “Man in the Mirror” was an upbeat pop song that inspired a revolution. The soulful melody brings attention to the need for change in a world full of discrimination, narcissism, and neglect, while provoking the thought that change begins with ‘you’. Michael Jackson was anything but ordinary, after his release of

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    The Amazing Talent of Simon & Garfunkel Like being born under a lucky star Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel discovered that they had talent to harmonize as early as the sixth grade. At this time they lived and played in Forest Hills, Queens, New York City. When they became a duo they wove their magic creating incredible melodies and songs in the late 1960s and early 1970s. First Songs The first songs that Simon & Garfunkel sang as a duo were doo-wop hits. One such song they recorded as early as 1957

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    Afamily vocal group known for its talent and durability, the Bee Gees enjoyed a long, colorful career before disbanding in 2003. Initially finding success during the mid- to late 1960s as a pop outfit inspired by rock pioneers the Beatles, the group recorded in a soulful ballad style before switching in the mid-1970s to R&B-influenced dance music, becoming a leading force behind the era's disco phenomenon. Although the Bee Gees were no longer a hit-making force by the early 1980s, they remained dedicated

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    Aaliyah could 've been standing still as one of the most known pillars of R&B if she 's alive today. The untimely demise of this very talented artist has been so infected it brought the rise of women dominating a man-saturated genre. Truthfully, the thick voice, the always-on-beat dance moves and the sheer passion in singing made Aaliyah a superstar of her generation. Despite the fact that she 's been missing since 2001, the presence and musical mark that Aaliyah has left to serve as inspiration

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    If there's one award that will determine if an artist is worth listening to or not, it's definitely going to be the coveted Grammy. Over time, many musicians have dreamed of capping themselves just one Grammy citation, either to reward their efforts in the work that they do or to spark interest amongst those who don't know them. The prestige of having a Grammy award perched upon an artist's belt is so much like saying that he or she possess something extraordinary, something very impressive, something

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    star George Michael, how he start his successful career in the music industry and how he manage to overcome the problems that he encounter during that time. George Michael was a famous superstar in England in line with Madonna, Prince and Michael Jackson in the 19890’s. George Michael is a very successful musician and songwriter. George Michael is the youngest and the only son of the three children of Jack and Lesley Panos. They say that George Michael childhood was not that bad and not that good

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    Elvis Presley Elvis Presley was one of the most successful recording artists of all time, winner of numerous awards, including three Grammy awards. Elvis had an indescribable cultural impact, according to Rolling Stone Magazine: “It was Elvis who made rock’n’roll the international language of pop” Elvis Presley was born on January 8, 1935, in Tupelo, Mississippi, the son of Gladys Love and Vernon Elvis Presley, both Mississippi born. Elvis was supposed to be a twin but his brother was

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    Alanis Morissette is a well known name in the musical industry. She has brought a passion for self expression into every song that she produces. Her musical career began in Canada in the early 90s and with a two-album recording contract with MCA Records; she released two successful dance pop albums Alanis and Now Is the Time. After producing these two albums she wanted to take her career to the next level but that was not the direction of the recording company. So they parted ways, and Morissette

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    Frank Sinatra made “more than 1,400 recordings...during more than 50 years as a performer”(Frank Sinatra American). Through the highs and lows of his singing career, he earned the praise of being one of the greatest American singers in the 20th century. Sinatra was notorious for his fluctuating moods and stubbornness. He made a name for himself in more ways than just singing. From the ‘Hoboken Four’ to a solo career, Frank carved his way to stardom. He sang through his late seventies, even when his

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    The Piano Guys For the Piano Guys it started out in a little Southern Utah town called Saint George. Paul Anderson, the store’s owner, was looking for a new, unconventional way to market pianos. The name of their store was the Piano Guys. Paul Embarked upon a self-guided study of social marketing and started a YouTube channel and a Facebook page, envision videos “go viral” doing his marketing for him. Paul was talented he was a risk taker and felt inspired that if he could find the right people to

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    Future Hendrix Biography

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    Future Nayvadius Cash, aka Future Hendrix, aka Astronaut Kid, aka Nayvadius Wilburn, aka Meathead (LOL) and aka Super Future is a remarkable and talented young artist (he raps and sings). A native of Atlanta, GA, Future was born on November the 20th in 1983. Since the release of “Tony Montana,” Future has done nothing but dominate the airwaves, concert venues, music charts and the audience 's hearts. He has certainly won mine. I get you, Future... I get you! You can 't go anywhere in

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    Prince. An icon. An idol. A legend. One of the greatest musicians of all time, he forever changed modern music, influenced the music industry, and definitely made his mark on the world. In this article, I’ll be writing about Prince’s life, and his impact on us. So how does an ordinary boy like Prince become one of the best musicians of all time? Truth be told, he never was an ordinary boy, he was always a prodigy. At an early age, he taught himself how to play the piano, drums, and guitar, with

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    Glenn Frey, the co-founder of The Eagles, once said “Hey, I didn 't make a big deal out of Hotel California. The 18 million people that bought it did” (Rebello). In 1976, the song “Hotel California” by The Eagles was released, and became an immediate sensation, and continues to occupy people’s minds with its catchy tune throughout the decades that follow. However, being so consumed in the tune can result in a lack of attention payed to the words within it. Hotel California is a song with many

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