Jesse Colin Young
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Jesse Colin Young

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Jesse Colin Young @ Towne Crier

Pawling, New York, USA

Pawling, New York, USA

Jesse Colin Young @ Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Troy, New York, USA

Troy, New York, USA

Jesse Colin Young @ Pentangle Council on the Arts

Woodstock, Vermont, USA

Woodstock, Vermont, USA

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The best kept secret in music


"Enthusiasm...romantic...inspirational...lyrical...autobiography...Fans can enjoy while those unfamiliar with Jesse can discover...he's right on track." - Staff

"themes of love, nature, and the world can be a better place. In a cynical age, Young isn't afraid to wear his idealism on his shirtsleeve." - Staff

"His reputation has been made on his distinctive vocals and acoustic guitar, which remains his core...sweet and mellow and full of songs about sensitivity and nature." - Staff


Walk The Talk 2001
Sweetwater 1996
Soul of a City Boy 1995
Crazy Boy 1995
On the Road 1995
Lightshine 1994
Swept Away 1994
Songbird 1994
Song for Juli 1994
Makin' it Real 1993
Best of the Youngbloods 1995
earth Music 1995
Get Together 1995
Good and Dusty 1995
Elephant Mountain 1995


Feeling a bit camera shy


From sold out stadiums to intimate clubs, Jess Colin Young has played them all, in a career that has spanned almost 40 years.

His band the Youngbloods struck gold with the number three single "Get Together", first released in 1967, then re-released in 1969 to become a national hit. This was after it was used in a public service announcement TV commercial for the National Council of Christians and Jews. Its message was intended to help end racism.

The Youngbloods disbanded in 1972, but Jesse found even greater success as a solo artist. Six of his albums charted on the Billboard Top 100. The 1973 release "Song for Juli" stayed on the chart for nearly a year. Recent shows have reunited Jesse with the surviving members of the Youngbloods, guitarist Jerry Corbitt and keyboardist Lowell "Banana" Levinger.

Career highlights include co-founding the No Nukes Movement in the 70's and continuiing today to play for various political and social causes.