Ahead of The Jacksons headliner concert at BBC Proms in the Park, Jermaine Jackson and his brothers Jackie, Tito and Marlon appeared on Good Morning Britain on Friday September 11th where Jermaine surprised his brothers Jackie, Tito and Marlon and handed out custom made diamond rings to his brothers and even made sure there was a personalised gem for Michael, which he hopes to hand down to Prince. To celebrate the remarkable 50th anniversary of the Jacksons and in memory of the late brother Michael, Jermaine invited the GUINNESS World Records Holder, Aaron Shum, to create unique and personalized rings for his family members, with a patented design concept by Jermaine, dedicated to the family’s musical history and love memories between the siblings. Mr. Aaron Shum, possesses patents for several innovative designs and has developed over thousands points of sales worldwide for its international patented CORONET®. Jermaine partnered with Mr. Aaron Shum and the music legend and the jewelry guru are now exploring the opportunity to launch a Jermaine Jackson Jewelry Line.
Ahead of their two gigs in the UK in September, brothers Jackie, Tito, Marlon and Jermaine talk to Jan Moir for The Daily Mail via a conference call. Read the article published by The Daily Mail...
Check out Cathay Pacific Inflight Magazine August edition that features Jermaine Jackson and his sons Jaafar and Jermajesty with an interview by Ramona Saviss and photos by Benjo Arwas on all Cathay Pacific Airways planes with a circulation of 100,000 per day. It's a great airline and Jermaine loves them. The online version is available for iPads on iTunes via https://itunes.apple.com/nl/app/discovery-cathay-pacifics/id545892116?mt=8
Jermaine Jackson posted on Twitter to make an update on his father’s condition and to thank the nurses and doctors in Sao Paolo for saving his life. Joseph Jackson remains hospitalized following a stroke and heart attack on his 87th birthday.
- Thanks for the love & prayers for our father. Following a heart procedure, he remains in hospital where he’s doing ‘extremely well’. — Jermaine Jackson (@jermjackson5) Jul. 28, 2015
- Doctors say cardiac arrest followed a mini-stroke. Thankfully, brain scans show it's 'not as bad as first feared. — Jermaine Jackson (@jermjackson5) Jul. 28, 2015
- We owe a huge debt of gratitude to the wonderful surgeons, doctors & nurses at the Albert Einstein hospital in Sao Paulo. — Jermaine Jackson (@jermjackson5)
Jermaine premiered a new song "Summer Time Feeling" (© Music JHH Entertainment Limited) on July 4th on GR 94.9 GR 1530! Also Jermaine explained August 29th is not only Michael Jackson's birthday but the day also marks 50 years the Jackson 5 first played a public mall.
Jermaine announced on Twitter that he will be joining fans at Forest Lawn on June 25th to pay his respects, from noon.
Toughest day of year lies ahead tomorrow, for us all. Our tears are drops of love in Michael's name. Our smiles are for the memories.
I'll be joining some of you at Forest Lawn to pay my respects, from noon. In our remembrance, family & fans are one.
- Jermaine Jackson on Tiwtter June 24th, 2015
“There will never be another Michael Jackson. There was only one Michael
Jackson. And the reason why, he was what he was because he was blessed with a talent
and God knew what he was gonna do with the talent. He was going to breed an awareness
to the world of the problems and try to bring people together and children to make
this world a better place. And that’s why he was so great. His performance was great,
but he was a great human being. Thank you. We miss him so much....”
- Jermaine Jackson, July 30th, 2014
June 13th, 2015 marks the ten year anniversary of the day that Michael Jackson was vindicated and acquitted of all 14 counts. Jermaine Jackson publicly defended his brother many times when Michael went through rough times and was present in court many days of the trial. Jermaine is on a mission to make the world remember his brother Michael Jackson for the great human being that he was. Make sure you read his memoirs in the book You Are Not Alone, Michael: Through A Brother's Eyes, published in 2011 which is an intimate, loving portrait of his brother Michael, illuminating the private man like never before. In 2013, the book was fully revised and updated to include the trial of Dr. Conrad Murray. Jermaine's memoirs is an Amazon and New York Times best seller and a must-read for everyone!
The Jacksons have been unveiled as the headline act at this year's Proms In The Park gig at Hyde Park in London on September 12th. The band will appear at the Hyde Park event which is traditionally part of the celebrations of the Last Night of the Proms. Jackie, Tito, Jermaine and Marlon Jackson promised to bring a bit of California sun telling Radio 2's Ken Bruce: "We're looking forward to coming to London, to Hyde Park, and when we get there we're going to be singing all the greats, and we're going to have a really big party. We always bring great weather over from California." They join a line-up including tenor Russell Watson, trumpeter Alison Balsom and former X Factor winner Matt Cardle and his co-star from the hit musical Memphis, Beverley Knight. Please note that previously The Jacksons were announced as performing act for Bestival in Isle of Wight for the same day.
Presenter Sir Terry Wogan said: "I'm looking forward to it - I've been doing it since Sir Henry Wood was a boy. I just love the atmosphere, the 40,000 people cheering...It's just a fantastic, wonderful evening and if the weather is terrible the Dunkirk spirit comes out." The concert will be broadcast live on Radio 2 and there are separate concerts in Swansea, Glasgow and Belfast. Edward Blakeman, director of the BBC Proms 2015, said: "It's always a uniquely exciting moment when the Last Night Of The Proms links up live with parks across the UK. This is a celebration for everyone as we come to the end of two months of world-class music making. "The BBC Proms is all about bringing great music to the widest possible audience - and with a fantastic range of artists lined up, both at the Royal Albert Hall and in the parks, we hope that the whole of the UK will get in the party spirit on the Last Night Of The Proms." Tickets for Proms at the Park will be available from 11am UK time on Friday 15th May.