Steeltown Records

Steeltown Records was a short-lived record label active from 1966 to 1972 and formed by Gordon Keith in Gary, Indiana. It is best known as the label that first signed The Jackson 5 (The Jackson Five) in 1967 before Motown signed the group in 1969.

Two Jackson 5 singles were released in 1968 during their short tenure at the record company—"Big Boy" and "We Don't Have To Be Over 21 (to Fall in Love)".[1][2]

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