Millie Jackson is a vivacious, charismatic and multi-talented entertainer best known for her sexually explicit performances which made her an entertainment legend! Since back in the day, her concerts have featured passionate and thunderous vocals along with long, humorous spoken dialogue mostly about sex from the female point of view. Her groundbreaking performances paved the way for many female music stars and entertainers who followed her but none can touch Millie Jackson when it comes to being raw!
Millie Jackson's distinguished music career is highlighted by several gold albums and hit songs, beginning with her controversial single “A Child of God (It's Hard to Believe)” in 1971. Her first two R&B Top Ten singles were "Ask Me What You Want" and "My Man, A Sweet Man" followed by her biggest hit single “It Hurts So Good” which reached #3 R&B and was featured in the soundtrack for the film Cleoptra Jones. One of the the highlights of her live performances is her outstanding version of the classic song "(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want to Be Right" which always brings down the house!