MITCH MALLOY...THE LAST SONG
Mitch Malloy continues to rock the night away burning the midnight oil! After several years as the front man for the iconic rock band Great White, Mitch has returned to the studio to create his followup album to MAKING NOISE, which was released in 2016. Once again, Mitch is undertaking an album solely by himself from start to finish – songwriting, producing, instruments, mixing and mastering. Mitch reveals, “After I get everything recorded I may sit back and listen and have more ideas that might include some super talented friends, but for now, I’m in my zen zone tucked away writing and recording…and amassing lots of new gear! Ha!”
Mitch is no stranger to the studio and has worked with a variety of artists, labels and brands from Taylor Swift, Boys Like Girls, Kenny Loggins, Johnny Gates, Craig Morgan and Sony Music NY to singer/songwriters Victoria Show, Gary Burr and Billy Falcon and even voice over work for Outdoor Channel, Field & Stream and many more.
Mitch is also an award-winning songwriter and has spent many years writing songs with a variety of legendary songwriters like Richard Lee, Mike Reid, Jim Weatherly, Dennis Morgan, Victoria Shaw and Gray Burr. He has been signed to Warner Chappell and Chrysalis Music and later launched his own publishing company to control his copyrights. Mitch loves the craft of songwriting...telling a story and resonating with his audience. "Songs are so powerful...it's amazing just how much a song can impact a person's life," says Malloy. “Once again, life has delivered a lot of new material…from losing family members, to moving to the beach, to having a teenager. Definitely no shortage of inspiration!”
Mitch’s tenure as an artist has spanned several decades beginning as a regular on the New York music scene in the 80s. Mitch soon garnered a major recording deal with RCA/BMG Worldwide and achieved success on the pop and rock charts, landed a coveted spot on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and has toured globally. Mitch's voice has been highly sought after as a front man for legendary acts as well as a guest vocalist on other artists' projects. In the mid-90s Mitch was asked to replace Sammy Hagar as lead singer for Van Halen but after spending time and recording with the band he declined. “When the band appeared on the MTV Music Awards with Dave [David Lee Roth], the fans expected his return -- I expected his return. I felt as cool as the opportunity was, it just wasn’t the right time,” said Malloy.
But for Mitch, as one who believes in living in the moment, there is no better time than now!