In 1969 five young brothers from Gary, Indiana stepped out into the spotlight and changed the music world forever. Through Berry Gordy's Motown, The Jackson 5 recorded some of the most recognizable tunes in pop history. However, despite their enormous success, the pressure from within their own family and the demands of worldwide fame, left a lasting toll on the Jacksons' lives. The happy, carefree pop music they sang and danced to often betrayed the challenging work schedule and huge responsibilities thrust upon them from a very young age. But The Jackson 5 always had one thing in abundance--natural talent--and their music continues to influences artists to this day.