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Tito Jackson coming to the Netherlands

Tito Jackson is coming to the Netherlands for a concert.

The 57-year-old brother of Michael Jackson, who released his first solo album “So Far, So Good” this year, is coming to the Netherlands to perform on June 18 in the Americahal in Apeldoorn.

The soul artist will sing his own songs but also songs from the Jackson 5, according to the organizer “We Rock U”.

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Tito Jackson has spent his entire life enchanting music lovers with soulful harmonies interwoven with curvaceous rhythms as a member of Motown’s greatest discovery, The Jacksons (Jackson 5), and presently as a multi-faceted solo artist. Tito’s unyielding passion for blues, R&B, pop, and other music forms is the secret to his boundless energy and rare achievements in the ever-changing entertainment spectrum.

In 1962, before the Jackson 5 and the Jacksons, Tito performed in a local group called The Jackson Brothers.

Tito and his brothers signed with Epic Records and officially came under a new name, The Jackson’s, in 1976. In 1978 he co-wrote the songs “Everybody,” “Destiny,” and “Push Away” for his new record label. As the group The Jackson’s, including Tito, they self-produced the Destiny album.

A father of three young men (Taj, Taryll, and TJ), known to the music world as 3T, Tito works closely with his sons.

One of the performing highlights of the remarkable career of Tito Jackson is the unforgettable reunion performance on one of histories most watched television specials, Motown 25. In 1997 Tito and his brothers were ceremonially honored as inductees of the well-respected Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.

The presale for the concert has already begun.