In 1997, after numerous performances, gigs and over a year of promotion, 3T bring their music to their fans live on stage performing in 7 countries in Europe on the Brotherhood Tour.
Backed by a 5-piece band, 3T perform all the tracks of their debut album Brotherhood, as well as some other songs such as “Didnt Mean To Hurt You”, “What Will It Take”, a cover of Oasis hit “Wonderwall”. Father and legend Tito Jackson makes a guest appearance on every show to introduce the Jackson 5 Medley appearing on stage with an afro wig and a guitar and performing the old hits of the Jackson 5 with his sons.
The first two sell-out shows are the concerts in Rotterdam Ahoy in The Netherlands on March 12th and 13th, 1997 where 3T perform to an audience of 10,000 fans on both nights.
On April 4h, 1997, 3T are back in The Netherlands by popular demand and perform a one-hour show as the closing act of the TMF Awards 1997 at Statenhal in The Hague in front of 10,000 people (instead of their full show because the award show took forever). That night, 3T win the TMF Award for Most promising Act International that is presented to them by poppa T. Backstage and on the road with Taj, Taryll and TJ are friends and family, such as Austin Brown and grandparents Joseph & Katherine to celebrate the success and the Brotherhood Tour.
|12 March||Rotterdam||The Netherlands|
|13 March||Rotterdam||The Netherlands|
|4 April||The Hague||The Netherlands||TMF Awards: Tito presents award for Most Promising Act International to 3T.|
|The show is cut down to one hour with no Jackson 5 Medley.|