This Day in Black History: June 10, 1991

This Day in Black History: June 10, 1991

James Brown's 'Living in America' live pay-per-view TV special aired on June 10, 1991.

Published June 10, 2013

James Brown made his first appearance to the public following his release from prison with a live television concert on June 10, 1991. Brown performed some of his greatest hits on the the live pay-per-view program "James Brown: Living in America." 

The legendary singer performed "I Feel Good," "It's a Man's World," "Please, Please, Please" and "Get on the Good Foot" on the stage of Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles.

Many celebrities were in attendance for the big two-and-a-half-hour show, including Quincy Jones, Denzel Washington and MC Hammer.

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 (Photo: AP Photo/Mark Duncan, File)

Written by Natelege Whaley


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