1970s soul singer Millie Jackson struts her stuff onstage and proves she hasn't lost a step in this live performance at the Sunset Junction Street Festival in Los Angeles. Known as someone not afraid to speak her mind, Jackson puts on a characteristically raw show full of rocking music and four-letter words. The provocative and uninhibited songstress found later success as host of her own Dallas-based radio program.
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Have you watched Millie Jackson: Live at the Sunset Junction Street Festival yet? What did you think about it?