As a member of the World's Most Popular Music Family & Pop Royalty, Jermaine Jackson shared his memoirs about his brother Michael and the Jackson Family through various ways and he is developing new experiences and projects to share the truthful story about his family. 

Mini Series

In 1992, Jermaine produced The Jacksons: An American Dream, an  award-winning and highly-rated miniseries about the history of The Jacksons. The series is available on DVD at Amazon, as well as the soundtrack of the series. 

Musical

In 2013, Jermaine launched the You Are Not Alone The Musical in France. In the show Jermaine tells the story of his family based on his memoirs with pictures and music. The musical show concept is currently being developed and planned to return to stages with high quality productions. 

Book 

Jermaine wrote his memoirs in the book You Are Not Alone, Michael: Through A Brother's Eyes, published in 2011 and an Amazon and New York Times best seller, 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 is on a mission to make the world remember his brother Michael Jackson for the great human being that he was. He publicly defended his brother many times when Michael went through rough times and he still defends his Legacy today. 

“Michael is missed very much. When we do a  performance on stage, we kind of feel him on stage. We miss him dearly. 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, 30 July 2014 at Michael Jackson Memorial Statue in Amsterdam, The Netherlands

"They want the world to believe a black man killed a black man, but the doctor is just a finger to a bigger hand."

- Jermaine Jackson, 2013 about Conrad Murray on TV show Skavlan in Stockholm, Sweden

Jermaine wrote 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. The book is an Amazon and New York Times best seller and a must-read for everyone!  

 
Touchstone US, 2011
Hardcover
 Touchstone US, 2012
Paperback
 Harper Collins UK, 2011
Hardcover
Harper Collins, 2011
Abridged Audiobook 
 Harper Collins UK, 2012
Paperback
You are not alone -
Mein Bruder
Michael Jackson
German edition
Hannibal, 2012
Paperback
La vita del re
del pop vista
attraverso gli occhi
di suo fratello
Italian edition, 2011
Rizolli 
   
             
     
Nejsi sám: Michael
očima svého bratra
Czech edition, 2011
Fortuna Libri
Hardcover
Nie jesteś sam Michael
oczami brata

Polish edition
Dreams Books, 2012
Hardcover
You're not alone.
Le vrai Michael
dans les yeux
de son frère

French edition
Michel Lafon, 2012
Paperback
        Harper Collins, 2012
Photo Slide Show
   Available on Empik.com        
           

Listen to a sample of You Are Not Alone, Michael; Through A Brother's Eyes, the abridged audiobook read by Jermaine Jackson Jr

‘Memories are described with great intimacy and detail… It feels real. I've read just about everything written on MJ, and You Are Not Alone belongs among the best.’

Joe Vogel, author of Man in the Music: The Creative Life and Work of Michael Jackson

‘A heartfelt book.’

Huffington Post

‘Poignant… Convincing… an honest account.’

Daily Telegraph

‘I picked up the book for the train home… and put it down at 1am. It was the most extraordinary read’

Chris Tarrant, Radio 2

‘Offers a unique perspective on the world’s greatest entertainer.’

The Voice

‘It's a book of love.’

Barbara Walters, speaking on The View

‘A compelling read’

Piers Morgan