While in Switzerland recently, Coopzeitung caught up with Jermaine Jackson and published their interview (in German) this week. Read it at http://www.coopzeitung.ch/jermainejackson.
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Fifty years on, Jermaine Jackson is still making music, but as he told CNNMoney Switzerland's Ana Maria Montero, it's just as important for him to share his vast experience with younger generations of singers. Aside from mentoring his own children, he recently took part in Kids Voice Switzerland as a jury member and performer. Watch the interview!
Jermaine Jackson is among the jury members and performers of the Finale of Kids Voice in which 8 finalists of season 4 will sing alongside the jury members. Besides Jermaine, the other jury members are Patrick Fiori, Christophe Willem, Michael Jones and Damian Lynn! The show is oon Saturday 28 April 2018 at the Rosey Concert Hall in Rolle, Switzerland. Tickets are available at Ticketcorner.
Watch Jermaine Jackson's interview on Rap 77 on with Júnior Coimbra (CEO of Eagle North America Corp., Jogo das Estrelas & Rap77 Podcast, son of soccer legend Zico & Ambassador of the Adventure of Humanity Project in Brazil). Jermaine talks about his efforts as a humanitarian, sports, his brother Michael and about the show he performed in São Paulo in the 1970s.
While everyone is anxiously waiting for Jaafar Jackson to release music, he's working hard in the studio and he decided to share a snippet of just his vocals of a song he's been working on. Brace yourself!
Hear what Jermaine Jackson has to say about what he misses about the Jackson 5 days, about what changed in his life when he embraced Islam, about being close to his family members, about Jackson tributes being made all over world, about nowadays music and the music from the past, about Michael performing the best Superbowl half-time show ever and about Bruno Mars not being the next Michael Jackson. Audio taken from the live on air interview Jermaine Jackson did with W radio Colombia on 5 February 2018 that aired in Spain, the United States and Latin-America. Audio is courtesy of W radio Colombia.
Listen to the original interview on W Radio with Spanish translations:
Jermaine Jackson was in Madrid, Spain to lend his support for the Jackson tribute show FOREVER, attending a press conference with the producers and cast of the show on 17 January and attending the premiere of the show at Nuevo Apolo theatre. In the press interviews Jermaine Jackson spoke about:
Jermaine Jackson did a phoner interview with the Swiss Michael Jackson Community ahead of his performance with the Michael Jackson Symphony Experience in Zurich on March 16th. Read the interview at Jackson.ch (and use Google translate for an English version). Jermaine talks about current projects, performing with orchestras, performing with his brothers, performing with his sons Jaafar and Jermajesty and more.
Jackson Magazine 2017 edition features an exclusive interview with Jermaine Jackson (as well as Jaafar Jackson) and offers a full retrospect of the year 2017 covering all the news, highlights and events of the first and next generation of the Jacksons and Next Generation in articles, interviews, photos, categories and exclusive contributions from Jackson Family members. Jackson Magazine is a full color annual Jackson Source print on demand publication and offered for private use. The publication is not intended for commercial gain or use and no profits are being made. Jermaine talks about spending time in Europe, The Jacksons Summer Tour, businesses, his mother, being a grandfather, performing with orchestras, Jaafr's debut and more. Order your copy of Jackson Magazine 2017 edition at Peecho.
On May 24th, 2017 Jermaine performed at World Peace Night at Villa Oxygène in Cannes, France to lend his support to Adventure of Humanity which is a non profit project started by Michael Jackson and Nelson Mandela in 1999 that is nowadays organized by Richard Nilsson. Jermaine continued his support to the project with a performance in front of a 47,000 people audience at Maracanã stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on December 27th where he sang a a Jackson 5 Medley, "I'll Be There" and "Gone Too Soon" at the start of the charity football game “Jogo das Estrelas” hosted by Zico. The day before performing, Jermaine visited a Ronald McDonald in Rio de Janeiro to donate presents to children. A Ronald McDonald House offers rooms to families that travel far from home and spend several weeks or months to get treatment for their seriously ill or injured children. Jermaine Jackson talked to the kids and delivered each of them, toys and food. The afternoon at Casa Ronald reminded him of his childhood with his brothers. Jermaine stated that putting a smile on children is his mission and that music also provides happiness.
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During the MAX Proms event in The Netherlands on December 2nd 2017, Jermaine Jackson introduced his sons Jaafar (21) and Jermajesty (17) to perform together live on stage with the full Metropole Orchestra singing "The Christmas Song". This exclusive performance marks the stage debut for Jaafar and Jermajesty and is special because it's the first time Jermaine and his sons performed together and because Jermaine sings "The Christmas Song" again which he recorded for The Jacksons 5 Christmas Album in July of 1970 at the age of 15. Jermaine performed a set of hits with the orchestra during the televised MAX Proms event that aired on NPO2 in two shows on Christmas (25 December) and New Year's Eve (31 December) ringing in 2018 with "When The Rain Begins To Fall".
"Can You Feel It", "When The Rain Begins To Fall", "Blame It On The Boogie", "J5 Medley", "I'll Be There" and "Shake Your Body"
"Do What You Do", "Ben", "The Christmas Song" (with Jaafar and Jermajesty) and "Don'Stop 'Til You Get Enough".
THE CHRISTMAS SONG: Jermaine Jackson, Jaafar Jackson and Jermajesty Jackson.
ALL STAR FINALE: Jermaine, Jaafar and Jermajesty join the all star finale of MAX Proms 2017.
HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM THE JACKSONS
Photos and videos courtesy of omroep MAX NPO2.
D’SCENE MAGAZINE Defiant Issue #08 (with Anna Clevelenad on the cover) features an exclusive interview with Jermaine's Jackson's son Jaafar Jackson. Before the release of his music debut in 2018, Jaafar talks about the legacy of his family, but also inspiration and future plans. D'SCENE is an internationally distributed biannual print magazine by Design SCENE. Shop at Design SCENE or MagCloud to order your digital or print copy. Credits to Design Scene for the Jaafar Jackson preview: Photographer: Sharon Mor Yosef. Styling: Gabriel Langenbrunner. Hair & Makeup: Nico Doniele. Assistant photographer: Glen Ayrton Silva. Post production: Iris Markevitch.
Jackson Magazine 2017 edition features an exclusive interview with with Jaafar Jackson (as well as Jermaine Jackson) offers a full retrospect of the year 2017 covering all the news, highlights and events of the first and next generation of the Jacksons and Next Generation in articles, interviews, photos, categories and exclusive contributions from Jackson Family members. Jackson Magazine is a full color annual Jackson Source print on demand publication and offered for private use. The publication is not intended for commercial gain or use and no profits are being made. Jaafar talks about what he has been up to the past year , his debut and what we can expect from him in the near future. Order your copy of Jackson Magazine 2017 edition at Peecho. Jaafar talks about what he has been up to the past year , his debut and what we can expect from him in the near future.