Mitch Malloy

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Mitch Malloy
Born (1961-08-26) August 26, 1961 (age 54)[1]
Dickinson, North Dakota[1]
Occupation Singer
Music producer and engineer

Mitch Malloy is a singer, an award winning songwriter, and a producer mix and mastering engineer. He studied music at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle.[2]

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.[1] 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;[3] it also got extensive play on MTV Europe.[citation needed] His third single, "Our Love Will Never Die", earned him an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.[1] His second album, Ceilings And Walls, used guest musicians such as Bernie Leadon, Mike Rutherford and Paul Carrack.[4] He auditioned to be the singer of Van Halen after Sammy Hagar's departure.[1][5][6]




  • 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

  • Fluid Sol (2004)

South Of Eden

  • South Of Eden (2010)


  • Infinity (2012)


  • What A Day (2013)



  • Live From Rock City (2009)

Guest appearance[edit]


  • 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"


  1. ^ a b c d e "Mitch Malloy". MusicMight. Retrieved 3 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "South of Eden". American Songspace. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 
  3. ^ Duffy, Thom (11 July 1992). The Beat-Malloy In Motion. Billboard. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 
  4. ^ "Ceilings & Walls". Billboard. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 
  5. ^ "Mitch Malloy Interview". AOR Europe. Retrieved 5 December 2010. 
  6. ^ "Audio: Mitch Malloy’s Audition for Van Halen (1996)". 

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