Born on April 9, 1987, Jesse has already performed on Broadway stage and taken a role in several long-running small screen series before eventually hit the road to promote his album.
Jesse is familiar to act as he has joined the local community theater production along with his parents since 7.
Chances are you didn't know Jesse Mc Cartney released his first album in six years last week. Maybe you half-heartedly danced to "Leavin'" at a high school dance, but you certainly don't have any attachment to him.
You're not alone in that – otherwise, sold three times that number in its first week.
Mc Cartney's album is unquestionably a bomb – and that's a shame, because it's easily one of the best pop albums of the year.
Mc Cartney is clearly taking his efforts to become a Serious Artist seriously, co-writing every song on the record.
The whole album is danceable and delectable, and a real artistic statement for Mc Cartney.
He is also the voice of Roxas and Ventus from the Kingdom Hearts series.Students can expect to hear some teenage favorites, such as Mc Cartney’s an American singer and songwriter with his top-achieving album “Beautiful Soul” selling over 8 million copies in 2008.He’s also appeared in both Broadway shows “The King and I” and “A Christmas Carol.”According to UPB, this is the first fall concert that’ll have meet-and-greet passes available for students. I’ve never met him; he seems like the coolest person ever, but I’m not him.” Colton joked when he got the role in , “I got offered … It’s just a funny thing—people will have conversations with me as if I’m Jesse Mc Cartney.