Jesse Malin
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Jesse Malin

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE

New York City, New York, United States | INDIE
Band Rock Singer/Songwriter


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"Jesse Malin Records Video For "Broken Radio" with Bruce Springsteen - Malin is Booked For The Tonight Show w/Jay Leno June 20th and Late Late Show w/Craig Ferguson June 21st - Full US "Death & Taxes" Tour Announced Starting June 7th in Pittsburgh, PA."


Jesse Malin Records Video For "Broken Radio" with Bruce Springsteen - Malin is Booked For The Tonight Show w/Jay Leno June 20th and Late Late Show w/Craig Ferguson June 21st - Full US "Death & Taxes" Tour Announced Starting June 7th in Pittsburgh, PA.

May 9th, 2007 - New York, NY: Jesse Malin just wrapped up shooting the video for "Broken Radio," a duet with Bruce Springsteen who was also in the video. Still images from the shoot of Jesse and Bruce are available upon request. The video was filmed in New York w/Grammy-nominated Danny Clinch (Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam).

Jesse is booked to perform on The Tonight Show w/Jay Leno, Weds June 20th and the Late Late Show w/Craig Ferguson Thurs June 21st. A Full US headlining tour sponsored by Death & Taxes Magazine kicks off June 7th in Pittsburgh, PA. A full list of confirmed dates is below.

Jesse's critically acclaimed new album Glitter In The Gutter is out now Adeline Records. Jesse recorded the record with a full band, now known as The Gem Spa Strays and features guest appearances by Bruce Springsteen, Jakob Dylan, Chris Shiflett of the Foo Fighters, Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age and long time pal Ryan Adams. The album is an up-tempo, raw modern pop record that feels like a celebration of life as well as a rally to arms. JoJo Pennebaker, son of legendary filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker (Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix) documented the making of Glitter on film and has put it together as a half-hour piece to coincide with the release of the record.

Dan Aquilante of the New York Post gives Jesse his due in a recent live review of a sold out Bowery Ballroom show, remarking that "Malin is the successor to Lou Reed's crown as the lord of The City's underground." Rob Harvilla of the Village Voice calls Malin's Glitter In The Gutter "Album Of The Year" material raving that the album is "Truly excellent...A Replacements replacement to savor while you're obliteratingly drunk and gaping vacantly at the giant spinning cube in Astor Place."

The first single "Don't Let Them Take You Down (Beautiful Day)" has been getting support across the country including key outlets like WFUV/New York, KCRW/Santa Monica, WXPN/Philadelphia, WEQX/Albany, Sirius, XM, Yahoo, AOL and Music Choice. The video was directed by Brian Lazzaro (Coheed & Cambria, Deftones, Rilo Kiley, Good Charlotte) and Produced by Nick Carbonaro of Seaworthy Filmshas has been in rotation on VH1 for the past month and a half.

Confirmed Tour Dates:
Jun 1 2007 Stone Pony w/ Chris Gruen - Asbury Park, New Jersey
Jun 6 2007 John Varvatos and Spin Magazine Presents concert for Free Arts w/Radio 4 - Highland Ballroom -NYC

Jesse Malin Death & Taxes US Headlining Tour:
Jun 7 2007 Club Cafe - Pittsburgh, PA
Jun 8 2007 Reverb - North by Northeast - Toronto, ON
Jun 10 2007 The Double Door - Chicago, IL
Jun 12 2007 Pop's - Sauget, IL
Jun 13 2007 The Bottleneck - Lawrence, KS
Jun 15 2007 The Bluebird - Denver, CO
Jun 16 2007 Kilby Court - Salt Lake City, UT
Jun 18 2007 Cafe Du Nord - San Francisco, CA
Jun 20 2007 THE TONIGHT SHOW w/ Jay Leno - NBC TV Los Angeles, California
Jun 20 2007 The Troubadour - Los Angeles, CA
Jun 21 2007 THE LATE LATE SHOW w/ Craig Ferguson - CBS TV Los Angeles, California
Jun 22 2007 The Casbah - San Diego, CA
Jun 23 2007 The Sets - Phoenix, AZ
Jun 25 2007 Launchpad - Albuquerque, NM
Jun 26 2007 Jakes - Lubbock, TX
Jun 27 2007 The Cambridge Room at the HOB - Dallas, TX
Jun 28 2007 Stubbs - Austin, TX
Jun 29 2007 Meridian Red Room - Houston, TX
Jun 30 2007 The Parish at the HOB - New Orleans, LA
Jul 2 2007 Social - Orlando, FL
Jul 3 2007 Studio A - Miami, FL
Jul 5 2007 The Orpheum Theater - Tampa, FL
Jul 6 2007 The Melting Pot Athens, GA
Jul 7 2007 The Exit Inn - Nashville, TN
Jul 8 2007 99x Performance - Atlanta, GA
Jul 10 2007 20th Century - Cincinnati, OH
Jul 11 2007 The Shank Hall - Milwaukee, WI
Jul 12 2007 The Fine Line - Minneapolis, MN
Jul 15 2007 The Cambridge Room at the HOB - Cleveland, OH
Jul 17 2007 The Main Hall - Montreal
Jul 18 2007 T.T. The Bears - Cambridge, MA
Jul 19 2007 Higher Ground - Burlington, VT
Jul 20 2007 Luna Lounge – Brooklyn, NY
Jul 22 2007 WXPN Songwriter Festival - Philadelphia, PA
Aug 3 2007 WTMD Outdoor Concert Series - Baltmore, MD

"{On Glitter In The Gutter} There are memorable, megatuneful adrenaline shots like 'Prisoners Of Paradise,' and two slow ones - the Springsteen-assisted 'Broken Radio' and the rather gorgeous 'Aftermath' - stand tall. Tracks like that are what iPod playlists are made for." Rolling Stone

“How this guy stays so under the radar baffles me. One of the best rock-oriented singer/songwriters out there.” USA TODAY

"Jesse Malin is one of the true great songwriters of this generation. Glitter in the Gutter will be at the top of my best of 2007!" Designer John Varvatos in the April 2007 British GQ

PRESS CONTACT: Andrew Steinthal @ ILG – 212-707-3086 –
- Andrew Steinthal @ ILG


"Queen of the Underworld" - from 'The Fine Art...'
"Mona Lisa" - from 'The Heat'
"Since You're In Love" - from 'The Heat'

"Mona Lisa" (UK Release)
"Since You're In Love"

'The Fine Art of Self Destruction'
'The Heat'



After DGeneration disbanded, Jesse did not waste any time writing and recording new songs to keep things moving. It wasn't until Artemis Records signed Jesse to release his first solo album entitled 'The Fine Art of Self Destruction' in 2002 did people realize just how great an artist he is. The album won critical acclaim all over the world. Producer Ryan Adams said, "He is a kick-ass storyteller. His songs are so good they hurt my feelings."

The album's release was followed by 11 months of touring. It was in this busy time that Jesse wrote his second album, which was recorded in between the gaps of the tour. Released in June of 2004, The Heat was another strong album that showcased Jesse's mature songwriting. Harp Magazine rated The Heat as number 19 on their Year’s Best Album list.