Tito Jackson performs live in Europe, Canada and Japan in 2015.

On his brother Michael’s death anniversary, June 25th. Tito performed in London at Grosvenor House during Caudwell Children’s Butterfly Ball charity event.

On July 17th, Tito performed live with a band and special guests Denise Pearson (Five Star) and Haydon Eshun (Ultimate Kaos and Thriller Live) at Under The Bridge in Chelsea in London. Tito proved that he is not only a brilliant guitarist but also a great vocalist by delivering an entertaining blend of blues, performing a set of solo songs (“I Gotta Play”, “So Far So Good”, “We Made It”) and Jacksons hits (“I Want You Back”, “ABC”, “The Love You Save”, “I’ll Be There”, “Dancing Machine”, “Blame It On The Boogie”, “Heartbreak Hotel”, “Shake Your Body”, “Black Or White”, “Rock With You”). Tito took the opportunity to let the fans hear brand new songs from his forthcoming album (“Get It Baby”, “On My Way Home”, “Jammer Street”, “Home Is Where The Heart Is”) and found them well received.

On December 1st and 2nd, Tito participated in the Motown comes to Battle of the Bands in Montreal, Canada where he also performed songs with the competing bands and performed an half hour set with his own band.

On December 5th and 6th, Tito was back at The Blue Note in Tokyo, Japan to peform his annual gigs there. Performing two shows a day, Tito took the opportunity again to play new songs from his forthcoming album (“One Way Street", "Get It Baby”, “On My Way Home”, “Jammer Street”, “Home Is Where The Heart Is”).

Date Place Country Venue  
25 June London United Kingdom Grosvenor House Caudwell Children’s Butterfly Ball charity event
17 July London United Kingdom Under The Bridge at Chelsea  
1 December Montreal Canada Metropolis Motown comes to Battle of the Bands charity event
2 December Montreal Canada Metropolis Motown comes to Battle of the Bands charity event
5 December Tokyo Japan The Blue Note 2 shows per day
6 December Tokyo Japan The Blue Note 2 shows per day

 

Photos

Tito Jackson performing at Under The Bridge in London, UK.
Photos are courtesy of Janneke van der Linden and James Watkins.

Tito Jackson performing at The Blue Note in Tokyo, Japan.
Photos are courtesy of The Blue Note, Tokyo