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Grammy-nominated singer Freddie
Jackson will join America’s foremost creators presenting their work to the
 Members of Congress and the cultural community celebrating The ASCAP
COLLECTION  at the Library of Congress  in Washington, D.C. on
Tuesday, May 10th @7:30 p.m.   Mr. Jackson will perform “Your
Are My Lady”
Other participants include Paul Williams (ASCAP President and
Chairman “We’ve Only Just Begun”) Hal David (Raindrops Keep Falling
on My Head),
Barry Eastmond (You are My Lady), Jackie DeShannon (Bette
Davis Eyes),
to name a few.

Freddie Jackson is best known for
the hit songs Rock Me Tonight, For Old Time's Sake, Jam Tonight, Do Me Again,
and You are My Lady. His debut album Rock Me Tonight stormed the R&B charts
in 1985, spending six weeks at number one, and making Jackson an instant
sensation on urban contemporary radio.    His single “Until The
End of Time” was charted as the #1 most added new single during its first week
of airplay, showing the same muscle as his other chart-topping ballads. Mr.
Jackson says” Until The End of Time” has been the wedding song choice for
numerous couples and go into the books as one of the great love songs right
next to “You are My Lady.”

 Mr. Jackson currently on the
“Men of Soul Tour” continues as a solo artist to play to sold-out houses .Mr.
Freddie Jackson recently released his new CD, “For You” on eOne Music. 
The new single “I Don’t Wanna Go” was charted as one of most added singles
during its first week of airplay and is featured on television music shows VH1
Soul and “Centric” networks.

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