August 26, 1961 |
Dickinson, North Dakota
Music producer and engineer
|Known for||being a badass rockstar with awesome hair|
Mitch got his first break when he was signed to RCA. Malloy's first album, Mitch Malloy, featured session musicians such as Mickey Curry, Hugh McDonald and Michael Thompson. His first single as a solo artist on RCA records, "Anything At All", was a top 20 rock charting hit and a pop hit in the US; it also got extensive play on MTV Europe. His third single, "Our Love Will Never Die", earned him an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. His second album, Ceilings And Walls, used guest musicians such as Bernie Leadon, Mike Rutherford and Paul Carrack. He auditioned to be the singer of Van Halen after Sammy Hagar's departure.
- Mitch Malloy (1992)
- Ceilings & Walls (1994)
- My House (1995)
- Shine (2000)
- The Best Of (2004)
- Faith (2008)
- Mitch Malloy II (2011)
- Shine On (2012)
- Malloy '88 (2003)
- Fluid Sol (2004)
South Of Eden
- South Of Eden (2010)
- Infinity (2012)
- What A Day (2013)
- Live From Rock City (2009)
- A Rock Tribute to GUNS N' ROSES (2002) "You Could Be Mine"
LIBERTY N' JUSTICE
- Welcome to the Revolution (2004) "Only Heaven Knows"
VOICES OF ROCK
- High & Mighty (2009) "Lay You Down To Rest"
- "Mitch Malloy". MusicMight. Retrieved 3 December 2011.
- "South of Eden". American Songspace. Retrieved 5 December 2010.
- Duffy, Thom (11 July 1992). The Beat-Malloy In Motion. Billboard. Retrieved 5 December 2010.
- "Ceilings & Walls". Billboard. Retrieved 5 December 2010.
- "Mitch Malloy Interview". AOR Europe. Retrieved 5 December 2010.
- "Audio: Mitch Malloy’s Audition for Van Halen (1996)".