Jul 29 2008

28.07.2008 – East Rutherford, NJ – Giants Stadium

Bruce </p> <p>Springsteen Live in Concert

28. Juli 2008 – East Rutherford, NJ – Giants Stadium

Setlist:
Out in the Street
Radio Nowhere
No Surrender
Two Hearts
The Promised Land
Hungry Heart
Summertime Blues
Tunnel of Love
Held Up Without a Gun
It’s Hard to be a Saint in the City
Sherry Darling
Waitin’ on a Sunny Day
Because the Night
She’s the One
Livin’ in the Future
Mary’s Place
Drive All Night
The Rising
Last to Die
Long Walk Home
Badlands
Girls in Their Summer Clothes
Thunder Road
Detroit Medley
Born to Run
Glory Days
American Land
Twist & Shout (mit Jesse Malin)

Mehr Infos, Berichte und Fotos findet ihr im Tourtagebuch.

Das nächste Konzert: 31. Juli 2008 – East Rutherford, NJ – Giants Stadium

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Mai 19 2007

Jesse Malin – “Broken Radio” – das Video mit Bruce Springsteen

Zu Jesse Malins neuem Song “Broken Radio” gibts jetzt auch ein Video:

Presseinfo:

Jesse Malin – Glitter in the Gutter
Glitter in the Gutter is the new album from NYC’s Jesse Malin, an artist who has transcended tags like “singer/songwriter” for something different and largely indefinable.
Penned “a fearless storyteller”
(music critic Nigel Williamson), after releasing two critically acclaimed albums The Fine Art of Self Destruction and The Heat, Jesse has established himself as a career musician who writes songs that connect on so many levels that above all, he’s a healer. The songs on Glitter in the Gutter have kept the intimate slice of life and detail of his previous records but also work on a larger palate. Jesse writes locally but thinks globally and makes his songs identifiable so that they can connect with people in every part of the world.
On this new album, he writes about hope, struggles and smiles; about finding ways “to keep on keeping on.” Through his characters, like the woman who searches for salvation across the car radio dials in his song “Broken Radio”, or the kid hiding his face in the cereal box in “Modern World”, Malin points out “the little things that keep us laughing.” Malin is able to convey happiness and sadness in the same note. This happens throughout Glitter in the Gutter. He explains that Glitter in the Gutter is “just a record about people and the things we do to stay alive.”
The available time and iconography surrounding Glitter in the Gutter allowed Jesse to make the album he’s only hinted at with previous releases. “I’ve never made a record outside of New York my whole life—not even above 14th Street—so it was a different experience to be locked away in California,” he explains about the experience of recording the album in Los Angeles. “Right before we came out to [to California] I lost my apartment in New York, so I threw everything in storage in Queens and packed my life in a suitcase. So, yeah, this album had a lot of transient fugitive properties.”
Whether it was that type of personal impermanence or the uncertainty of our country’s future, Glitter in the Gutter is a wide musical spectrum. This album is an up-tempo, raw modern pop record that feels like a celebration of life as well as a rally to arms from the minute it begins with the anthemic opener “Don’t Let The Take You Down”. Glitter contains some work from guests of fellow musicians that Jesse has met on the road over the last 3 years, such as Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme, who plays his signature guitar riffs on “Tomorrow Tonight” and Chris Shifflet of the Foo Fighters, whose iron fisted rhythms appear on “Prisoners of Paradise”. Jakob Dylan adds sweet sad harmonies on “Black Haired Girl” and there is a piano fueled duet with Bruce Springsteen titled “Broken Radio” that includes the sonic jubilee of Ryan Adams on electric guitar. There are also some other very special moments with Ryan (producer of Malin’s debut The Fine Art of Self Destruction, old pal and sometimes partner in crime) like his Latina guitar and back-ups vocals on the album closer “Aftermath”, and his blistering rock on “Modern World” and “Little Star”. Jesse remarks, “to me it’s all about songs, whether written by Elton John or Wilco or The Bad Brains”.
Jesse finds comfort in the transient life of living out of a suitcase and being under the hot stage lights sweating with the crowd. A Queens born NY native who now resides downtown Manhattan, he grew up touring in punk bands (DGeneration and Heart Attack). He will spend most of the year touring with his new rock band The Heat. Jesse feels that “being in a rock band is like being in a gang. Music should make you want to run through the streets with your pals, or make you want to fall in love or raise a glass.”
Of the live experience, he believes “it is equally, if not more important to the connection, especially in these days of enhanced home entertainment computerized myspace.com addictions. How else can you get people out of their houses today?” he quips. When he performs, it’s about interaction through participation. He gives his fans something to celebrate. When he sits down on the floor among the crowd in mid-song, everyone follows.
“We were born in flames, maiden names, suburban homes, make your bones Bite your lip, take the fifth, know your rights, it’s your life now Don’t let them take you down….it’s a beautiful day.”

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Apr 6 2007

Update: “Springsteen Tribute” in New Yorker Carnegie Hall

Die Organisation “UJA-Federation of NY Initiative Program to Support Music” veranstaltete am 05. April 2007 ein Bruce Springsteen Tribute-Konzert in der New Yorker Carnegie Hall.

Mitwirkende Künstler:

  • Jesse Malin
  • Ronnie Spector
  • Jewel
  • Steve Earle
  • Pete Yorn
  • M. Ward
  • The Jersey Boys (featuring Eddie and David Brigati, and Bobby Valli)
  • Marah
  • The Holmes Brothers
  • The Hold Steady
  • Badly Drawn Boy
  • The North Mississippi Allstars
  • Odetta
  • Juliana Hatfield
  • The Bacon Brothers (featuring Kevin Bacon)
  • Josh Ritter
  • … und andere

Selbstverständlich hat sich Bruce Springsteen die Gelegenheit nicht entgehen lassen und die Zuschauer mit einem kurzen Auftritt überrascht.

Das Setlist:

Nebraska – Steve Earle
Streets of Philadelphia – The Bacon Brothers
Streets of Fire – Elysian Fields
The River – Josh Ritter
Because the Night – Patti Smith
The Rising – Marah
My City of Ruins – Holmes Brothers & Young People’s Chorus of New York City
Brilliant Disguise – Robin Holcomb
Jersey Girl – Jersey Guys & Bobby Valli
Spirit in the Night – North Mississippi All-Stars
New York City Serenade – Uri Caine
Cover Me – Juliana Hatfield
One Step Up – Low Stars
Thunder Road – Badly Drawn Boy
Born in the U.S.A. – Joseph Arthur
Dancing in the Dark – Pete Yorn
Hungry Heart – Jesse Malin & Ronnie Spector
I’m Goin’ Down – M. Ward
57 Channels – Odetta
Atlantic City – The Hold Steady
The Promised Land – Bruce
Rosalita – Bruce
Rosalita – Bruce mit allen Künstlern

Mehr Infos gibts auf der offiziellen Homepage: www.musicforyouth.org

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Feb 24 2007

UPDATE: “Glitter in the Gutter” von Jesse Malin

Jesse Malin - Glitter in the Gutter

Bruce Springsteen wird auf dem neuen Jesse Malin Album “Glitter in the Gutter” mit dem Song “Broken Radio” zu hören sein:

Jesse Malin
Glitter in the Gutter

NYC’s finest returns with guest appearances from Bruce Springsteen, Josh Homme, Ryan Adams and Jakob Dylan!

One Little Indian / RTD
VÖ: 02.03.2007

Glitter in the Gutter is the new album from NYC’s Jesse Malin, an artist who has transcended tags like “singer/songwriter” for something different and largely indefinable.

Penned “a fearless storyteller”

(music critic Nigel Williamson), after releasing two critically acclaimed albums The Fine Art of Self Destruction and The Heat, Jesse has established himself as a career musician who writes songs that connect on so many levels that above all, he’s a healer. The songs on Glitter in the Gutter have kept the intimate slice of life and detail of his previous records but also work on a larger palate. Jesse writes locally but thinks globally and makes his songs identifiable so that they can connect with people in every part of the world.

On this new album, he writes about hope, struggles and smiles; about finding ways “to keep on keeping on.” Through his characters, like the woman who searches for salvation across the car radio dials in his song “Broken Radio”, or the kid hiding his face in the cereal box in “Modern World”, Malin points out “the little things that keep us laughing.” Malin is able to convey happiness and sadness in the same note. This happens throughout Glitter in the Gutter. He explains that Glitter in the Gutter is “just a record about people and the things we do to stay alive.”

The available time and iconography surrounding Glitter in the Gutter allowed Jesse to make the album he’s only hinted at with previous releases. “I’ve never made a record outside of New York my whole life—not even above 14th Street—so it was a different experience to be locked away in California,” he explains about the experience of recording the album in Los Angeles. “Right before we came out to [to California] I lost my apartment in New York, so I threw everything in storage in Queens and packed my life in a suitcase. So, yeah, this album had a lot of transient fugitive properties.”

Whether it was that type of personal impermanence or the uncertainty of our country’s future, Glitter in the Gutter is a wide musical spectrum. This album is an up-tempo, raw modern pop record that feels like a celebration of life as well as a rally to arms from the minute it begins with the anthemic opener “Don’t Let The Take You Down”. Glitter contains some work from guests of fellow musicians that Jesse has met on the road over the last 3 years, such as Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme, who plays his signature guitar riffs on “Tomorrow Tonight” and Chris Shifflet of the Foo Fighters, whose iron fisted rhythms appear on “Prisoners of Paradise”. Jakob Dylan adds sweet sad harmonies on “Black Haired Girl” and there is a piano fueled duet with Bruce Springsteen titled “Broken Radio” that includes the sonic jubilee of Ryan Adams on electric guitar. There are also some other very special moments with Ryan (producer of Malin’s debut The Fine Art of Self Destruction, old pal and sometimes partner in crime) like his Latina guitar and back-ups vocals on the album closer “Aftermath”, and his blistering rock on “Modern World” and “Little Star”. Jesse remarks, “to me it’s all about songs, whether written by Elton John or Wilco or The Bad Brains”.

Jesse finds comfort in the transient life of living out of a suitcase and being under the hot stage lights sweating with the crowd. A Queens born NY native who now resides downtown Manhattan, he grew up touring in punk bands (DGeneration and Heart Attack). He will spend most of the year touring with his new rock band The Heat. Jesse feels that “being in a rock band is like being in a gang. Music should make you want to run through the streets with your pals, or make you want to fall in love or raise a glass.”

Of the live experience, he believes “it is equally, if not more important to the connection, especially in these days of enhanced home entertainment computerized myspace.com addictions. How else can you get people out of their houses today?” he quips. When he performs, it’s about interaction through participation. He gives his fans something to celebrate. When he sits down on the floor among the crowd in mid-song, everyone follows.

“We were born in flames, maiden names, suburban homes, make your bones Bite your lip, take the fifth, know your rights, it’s your life now Don’t let them take you down….it’s a beautiful day.”

Quelle:
ueberzahl
Bornholmer str.4
10439 berlin

Jesse Malin & Bruce Springsteen

Bisherige Jesse Malin Veröffentlichungen:
169 – EP – (2000)
The Fine Art of Self Destruction – (2002)
The Wendy EP – EP – (2003)
Messed Up Here Tonight – Live – (2003)
The Heat – (2004)

Ferner steuerte Jesse Malin “Hungry Heart” auf dem “Light of Day: A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen” Album bei.

Homepage des Künstlers: http://www.jessemalin.com

Die CD kann schon jetzt bei Amazon.de vorbestellt werden. Mehr Infos hier.

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