Jesse Colin Young of the Youngbloods, One-On-One: The RockCellarTV Interview/Performance



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The impact of the musical contributions of Jesse Colin Young is undeniable.

As a founding member of seminal 1960s band the Youngbloods, the songwriter/singer attained success and notoriety with their version of the peace anthem “Get Together,” which hit No. 5 on the billboard charts when it was re-released in 1969.

Recently, Jesse Colin Young paid a visit to RockCellarTV studios for a special one-on-one video interview and performance session. During the candid and revealing chat, Jesse discusses the legacy of the Youngbloods, life in general, songwriting and much more.

Watch the interview below:

Jesse also strapped on an acoustic guitar for a special mini-concert as well, showcasing some material from his new album, Dreamers, as well as some classics. Watch and enjoy that below.

RockCellarTV was introduced a few years ago as an effort to allow larger-than-life music icons to get up close and personal, discussing whatever they want — for however long they want, resulting in some candid conversations about hits, successful albums and music legacies … as well as misses, scandals and anything else they were comfortable discussing.

Jesse Colin Young joins the ranks of those we’ve spoken with in this capacity during RockCellarTV’s history, a list that includes Todd Rundgren’s UtopiaWalter EganStewart CopelandJudy CollinsRita CoolidgePeter Noone of Herman’s HermitsSteve HackettJohn OatesRick SpringfieldSteve Lukather of TotoMike Love of the Beach Boys, Ringo Starr and more.

Some of these chats took place at Rock Cellar HQ in California, while others were filmed on-location at venues (like the world famous Troubadour in Hollywood, in the case of our chat with John Oates) as the artists prepared for a gig. They’re all up on our YouTube channel.


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