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Jesse Malin








Hometown: New York City, NY (USA)

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New York native Jesse Malin has been playing and touring in bands since he was 13, with his first band Heart Attack. He then joined punk rock group D Generation who released three albums before they split in 1999. After they disbanded, Malin went solo, switching genres from punk to alt country. He has collaborated with such luminaries as Bruce Springsteen and Ryan Adams, the latter producing his debut solo LP ‘Fine Art of Self Destruction’. Adams also appears on Malin’s latest record ‘Love It To Life’, providing electric guitar and backing vocals on two of the tracks.


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Wayne Kramer/Jesse Malin/Joe Sib/Dave Ross Live In Hollywood

Wayne Kramer/Jesse Malin/Joe Sib/Dave Ross

Live In Hollywood (2015)

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Jesse Malin Love It to Life

Jesse Malin

Love It to Life (2010)

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