Best known as a judge on American Idol, Randy Jackson initially nabbed work with jazz, R&B, and soul artists, but his most high-profile gig was with the rock band Journey, with whom he toured and recorded from 1983 to 1986. Since that time Jackson has either performed, recorded, or produced with a wide array of name artists, including Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey, and Michael Bolton. Jackson worked for eight years as Vice President of A&R at Columbia Records and four years as Senior Vice President of A&R at MCA Records. In 2008 he released Randy Jackson's Music Club, which featured a single sung by fellow AmIdol judge Paula Abdul. ~ Matt Collar
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