Before they were famous…

One of the best things to do ever is watch celebrities before they were household names. You know, really bad old commercials with people like Paul Rudd (even though super nintendo rules) and things like this

However, I think I found my favorite before they were famous photo ever. It involves everyone’s favorite stereotype reinforcer, Randy “Tight Dawg” Jackson. That is his actual (i can only assume self assigned) nickname that he uses on his top 40 radio show. Well, according to Wikipedia, Randy Jackson had himself lots of gigs before judging American Idol. He played bass with Bruce Springsteen, Michael Bolton (ouch), and even Bob Dylan. Hell he was even the bass player on Madonna’s Like a Prayer.

Well in 1986, he was a member of Journey on the album Raised on Radio. Which leads us to this gem of he playing what I am forced to believe is Don’t Stop Believing.

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