Tito Jackson’s 1st ATL performance with no guitar

Tito Jackson - Photo Credit David L Dorleans via Steed Media
Photo credit: David L Dorleans for Steed Media

During an appearance in Atlanta, Tito Jackson admitted this was the first time he had ever performed without his brothers or his guitar. Jackson’s much-anticipated performance was very entertaining as he maintained a very calm,cool and collected stage demeanor as he delivered three songs. “Yasssss Tito Jackson, push through,” yelled a few of the women in the crowd.

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Photo credit: David L Dorleans for Steed Media
V. Bozeman - Photo Credit David L Dorleans via Steed Media
V. Bozeman (Photo credit: David L Dorleans for Steed Media)

Jackson shared the spotlight with V. Bozeman, who is not only a phenomenal singer, she was also ATL Live on the Park’s Pepsi Artist of the Month; she’s on the hit show “Empire” as a singer and she’s Tyrese’s artist. The crowd was blessed to have two very phenomenal entertainers with an eclectic style.

Guest, V. Bozeman, Shanti Das - Photo Credit David L. Dorleans
Guest, V. Bozeman, Shanti Das (Photo credit: David L. Dorleans)

We got a chance to catch up with Jackson backstage after his performance, and his answers to rolling out’s questions were totally unexpected. After chatting for a few minutes, we found out what he likes to do to relax when he’s not entertaining. He loves fixing cars, deep sea fishing and people watching (peeping out chicks).

S.O.L. (Carlos & Jose Gonzalez) and Jonell Whitt - Photo Credit David L Dorleans
S.O.L. (Carlos & Jose Gonzalez) and Jonell Whitt (Photo credit: David L Dorleans for Steed Media)

Check out the video conversation with Tito Jackson after the break.

Jonell Whitt
Jonell Whitt

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