In October of 2017, Tito Jackson announced that he is joining the B.B. King’s Blues Band and they will embark on a tour together. The rehearsals take place in Memphis, where the B.B. King’s Museum is located as well as the grave of the legendary American blues singer, electric guitarist, songwriter, and record producer and while visiting those places he came up with the idea of carrying on B.B. King’s legacy. Tito Jackson and the B.B. King’s Blues Band are also recording a blues album to be released in 2018.
Tito Jackson performed live in the United States as part of his "Get It Baby" promo tour.
Tito Jackson performs live in Europe, Canada and Japan in 2015.
In between touring with his brothers, Tito Jackson finds the time to play his annual shows for his Japanese fans.
Tito Jackson plays 11 gigs in 2013, two in the United States, one in Europe and eight in Japan.
Tito Jackson performs at the Morongo Casino where his sons Taj, Taryll and TJ as well as other family members attend the show. Tito also plays his annual shows at The Blue Note in Japan.
Tito Jackson performs solo gigs in the United States, Europe and Japan, including performances at the Tom Joyner Fantastic Voyage.
Tito Jackson continues to play gigs as a solo artist with his band with shows in the United States and Japan where he performs 10 sold out shows at The Blue Note in Tokyo selling over 10,000 seats.
Just after his brother Michael's passing, Tito performs a few tribute to Michael gigs in the Summer of 2009 before doing a UK tour as supporting act for co-Motown legend Gladys Knight Midgnight Train to Love Farewell Tour in October. Tito is backed by the 8-piece band The Funk Brothers during the tour and he pays tribute to Michael as he sings a medley of Jackson Five hits in memory of his younger brother, helped by their cousin Nicole Jackson.
Tito Jackson performs at the 8th annual Tom Joyner Foundation Fantastic Voyage on May 29th, 2007, the foundation's biggest fundraiser, having raised more than $1million each year to keep students in school at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
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In 2005 Tito Jackson played a few gigs with his band in a few states in the United States.
In 2004 Tito and his band performed a Summer casino tour in the United States.
In 2003 Tito Jackson toured with his big blues band in the United States.