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  1. Perry Miller (born November 22, ), known professionally as Jesse Colin Young, is an American singer and dersmenlysussototaleasunlilybax.xyzinfo was a founding member and lead singer of the s group the Youngbloods. After their dissolution in , Young embarked on a solo career, releasing a series of successful albums through Warner Bros. Records, including Song for Juli (), Light Shine (), Songbird.
  2. Jesse Colin Young () is an American singer/songwriter best known as a founding member of pop/rock band The Youngbloods. Born and raised in Queens, Young was accepted to the.
  3. Jesse Colin Young has routinely taken that lesson to heart, delivering stirring performances throughout the decades — from "Get Together" to 's "American Dreams Suite" to 's "Cast a Stone" — that shine a light not only on his musical skills, but also on the .
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  5. Jesse Colin Young's Concert History. Jesse Colin Young, critically acclaimed solo artist and lead singer of the legendary classic rock band, The Youngbloods, took the nation by storm when The Youngbloods single GET TOGETHER became a worldwide .
  6. Jesse Colin Young’s career began on the east coast in but really took off when he became one of the founding members of the Youngbloods in , during the summer of love in California. Their best known hit is the iconic and still well loved song “Get Together” which was a worldwide top ten hit.
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  8. Jesse Colin Young's classics are included in this recent release of old and new material. His unmistakably compassionate voice that floated over political rallys in the late '60s is now anachronously backed with solid state technology, fretless bass, windchimes, stadium drums and other contemporary instrumentation that suggests an inevitable trading of bellbottoms for Dockers.

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