Actor-singer Jesse McCartney plays a 'New Stage' in Tampa Bay next week

He's at Jannus Live where Jamie Miller opens.

click to enlarge Jesse McCartney - PHOTO BY SAM DAMESHEK
Photo by Sam Dameshek
Jesse McCartney
Break out your “Kingdom Hearts” t-shirt, because the kid who voiced Roxas in the iconic video games is not stepping away from music anytime soon.

Jesse McCartney—in no way related to the Beatle—released New Stage in October, his first album in seven years, and he'll support it with a Tuesday, June 7 show at Jannus Live in St. Petersburg.
In a recent interview, he blamed both his acting career, and a serious relationship with now-wife Katie Peterson for keeping him occupied. Now that he’s married and—as far as we know—doesn’t have any film roles in the works, Jesse is on the road promoting New Stage at this, his first appearance in Tampa Bay since a 2009 show at The Ritz Ybor.

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Josh Bradley

Josh Bradley is Creative Loafing Tampa's resident live music freak. He started freelancing with the paper in 2020 at the age of 18, and has since covered, announced, and previewed numerous live shows in Tampa Bay, even as the live music industry continues to get back on its feet.
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