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Jarvis Cocker mini bio:
Jarvis Cocker was born on 19th September 1963 in Sheffield, England. He performed a stage invasion when Michael Jackson was performing Earth Song in a protest. His video, Running the World was played on the main video screen during the 2006 Reading festival. He dubuted his album, Jarvis in the UK in 2006. He appeared in the album Pocket Symphony (2007). He was the person who awarded the Best British Newcomer Award to Fratellis during the Brit Awards. He managed and oversee the Meltdown Festival in London. He sang a new song called “Girls Like It Too” when touring in Latin America. He debuted a song called “Angela” on BBC2's "The Summer Exhibition: A Culture Show Special" in 2008. He debuted the album Further Complications on 18th May 2009. Cocker is also a director of music videos. He was featured in the 3 episode series, Journeys Into the Outside with Jarvis Cocker.
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