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830PM // $10 (advance), $12 // 21+ Jesse Marchant JESSE MARCHANT is a Swiss-Canadian multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter and record producer based in NYC. He has recorded 4 studio albums with his most recently completed LP, Illusion of Love, released in January. Born in Montreal to a Swiss mother and Canadian father, JESSE began classical guitar lessons at age 7 and attended a French Lycée for elementary and high school. Dropping out of college in his last semester. MARCHANT moved to New York City in 2001 and has lived in the United States since. His soothing and atmospheric approach matched with his raw and gritty lyricism makes for a unique blend of contemporary songwriting. MARCHANT has completed numerous headline tours of the US and Canada, in addition to national support slots for the Mercury Prize-Winning group ALT-J, NATHANIEL RATELIFF, ROGUE WAVE, LOCAL NATIVES, DAMIEN JURADO, among others. We can’t wait to experience the intimate debut of JESSE MARCHANT at the Bottle on his latest headlining tour. Judson Claiborne Raw and honest singer song-writer JUDSON CLAIBORNE conjures tenderly moody alt-rock. Established over ten years ago in Chicago, JUDSON has since released four projects and recently came out with new dark and confessional single, I Want My Underdeveloped Pre Frontal Cortex Back, this April. His work is atmospheric, with an element of dreamy romanticism. Our hearts are thumping with sheer glee to be able to host this talented and impressive artist. Emily Jane Powers Marriage and career have failed to make Emily Jane Powers feel settled. Her new album Restless, written during a period of what Powers describes as "restlessness and discontent" is a bracingly intimate meditation on the strains that monogamy, work, and family place on identity and desire. Whether she's leading a hard-charging rock arrangement or singing quietly to herself, Restless is united by a confrontational level of honesty and vulnerability. Tonight we'll have the pleasure of witnessing her arresting solo set, so come early and don't forget your hanky.
Always a great night with The Jesse Janes, happy to anounce a couple of dates and hopefully more to be confirmed! Look out for news on Irish Fest in October as well
Jane has described herself as bisexual. In 2004, she stated on the Howard Stern Show that she had a hysterectomy due to now dormant cervical cancer.
On the July 25, 2006 episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, during the "Jay Walking" segment, she gave her name as "Cindy" and said that she currently worked at Hooters. An adult magazine cover featuring her as Jesse Jane was then shown onscreen. In 2005, she was featured as UnRated Magazine's Vixen, to launch the music review magazine's new edition of Vixens.
On February 28, 2007 she featured on the Danish late night show den 11. time during the show she was interviewed by seemingly three Mads Brüggers.
In 2009 Jesse appeared in the reality series The Bad Girls Club. In a 2009 CNBC documentary titled Porn: Business of Pleasure, Jesse is the focus of the final 10-minute segment, which details her career and her life outside the porn industry.
Jane was the Australian Penthouse Pet of the Month in November 2010.
In January 2011 she was named by freelance Journalist Chris Morris as one of the 12 most popular stars in porn which he published on CNBC. Morris stated that she is "for many, the face of modern porn", noting her roles in the popular porn Pirates films, and her Performer of the Year nominations by both AVN and the XBIZ Awards. And again in 2014, Jane was on Morris's list of "The Dirty Dozen: Porn's Most Popular Stars".
In 2015 interview, she announced she no longer goes by the name "Jesse Jane" but rather "Jesse". The reason was that she was in a dispute with her former employer of 12 years, Digital Playground, who owns the rights to her former stage name.
In January 2017, Jane announced that she would retire from the adult industry and that the 2017 AVN Awards would be her last.