How old was Michael Jackson when he sang rockin robin?
he was about 12 years old
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Michael Jackson was born in 1958. "Rockin' Robin" is a song written by Leon RenÃ© under the pseudonymof Jimmie Thomas and recorded by Bobby Day in 1958. Also Eddie Silver hi…s backing group was the Railroaders who laterbecame The Shadows, the backing singers were called The ladybirds.Eddie Silver (Edward John George Sivell) went on to become a soloartist . Eddie died in 1992 leaving behind a wife, two children andthree grandchildren. The Henchmen in Australia (with Rick Diamond) also had a Top Tenhit with this song.
Michel Jackson sang the first rock'n robin song.
Bobby Day had a hit with it in 1958. Michael Jackson had a hit with it in 1972. Sha-na-na may have had a hit with it in the late 1960's
Michael Jackson was age 13 when he sung ben
Rockin' Robin is a 1958 song by Bobby Day.. It was covered by The Hollies on their first album, and would be revived as a single again in 1972 by the then-teenaged Michael Ja…ckson.. UK singer Lolly covered this song in 1999
Michael Jackson sang beat it when he was 24
He was 10 or 11 years of age, how cute!
28 years old
He was 5 years old
Michael Jackson was 38 years old when the 1997 album " Blood on the dancefloor " was released on May 20th.
Michael Jackson was 20 years old when he sang blame it on the boogie.
Michael was 33
The track LIBERIAN GIRL was recorded in 1987 when MJ was 29 yrs old. But this track was released in 1989.
Michael Jackson was 20 years old when he made his first solo dabute Off The Wall, one song on the album that he sang was "Working Day and Night"
He was 27 years old.
This wasn't actually by Michael Jackson- he only did a cover version of it, it was originally released by Bobby Day in 1958. Basically, it's a nonsense song about a robin chi…rrupping rock & roll- he lives in a suburban street and is the best singer out of all the birds in the neighbourhood, regardless of species. He sings all day to a bopping beat, beating the talents of all the other birds and winning the hearts of female robins! It's a late '50s joke song about the idea of birds being able to sing rock and bop music.