Jermaine Jackson


As a member of the legendary Jackson 5 (known today as The Jacksons), Jermaine holds a special place in the history of American music. Apart from success with his brothers, he snagged a solo deal with Motown and released his debut album in 1972. Grammy nominated, the multi-talented musician scored hits with singles like "Daddy's Home," "Tell Me I'm Dreamin' (Too Good to Be True)" and "Don't Take It Personal." He's also starred in a few reality shows, including the family-focused A&E series The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty. Jermaine (who legally changed his last name to Jacksun in 2013) reunited with brothers Marlon, Jackie and Tito for a unity tour in 2012, also dropping his latest LP I Wish You Love that October.