Jesse Gress is most well known for acting, and has 2 known credits, of which 2 are movies, and 0 are TV shows.
If you enjoy Jesse Gress’s movies you should definitely watch Todd Rundgren An Evening With Todd Rundgren Live At The Ridgefield (2016) Jesse has worked on!
The best rated movie Jesse Gress has been a part of is the music movie Todd Rundgren An Evening With Todd Rundgren Live At The Ridgefield, where they had the role of .
Jesse Gress worked on this music movie as .
Jesse Gress is most known for acting. Jesse has worked on 2 movies and 0 TV shows.
The best rated movie they have been a part of is Todd Rundgren An Evening With Todd Rundgren Live At The Ridgefield, which has a score of 0.0.
2016 . Music . 1h 50m
Executive producer. Includes some of Todd’s best known songs including “Hello It’s Me” and “Bang On The Drum” PLUS fan favorites that haven’t been performed live in decades! Recorded at The Ridgefield Playhouse in Ridgefield, Pennsylvania, Rundgren's new live album is the one that better paints the most faithful portrait of one of the most original artists ever. This live concert, recorded at the end of 2015, incorporates the highlights and, at the same time, some of the less known songs of Rundgren's incredible career. Bass, Vocals – Kasim Sulton Drums – Prairie Prince Executive Producer – Eric Gardner Guitar, Vocals – Jesse Gress Guitar, Vocals, Producer [Music], Mixed By [Music] – Todd Rundgren Keyboards, Vocals – John Ferenzik Producer – Chris Andersen
2010 . Music
Executive producer. Todd Rundgren performed Todd live in its entirety for the first time ever, as part a special limited six-date sold-out tour (the Healing album was also performed, which will be a subsequent stand-alone live DVD/CD release). The September 14 date at Philadelphia’s Keswick Theater, in Rundgren’s hometown, was videotaped and is being released as both a live DVD by S’More Entertainment and a live audio CD by sibling RockBeat Records. Joining him onstage were Utopia’s Kasim Sulton (bass), The Cars’ Greg Hawkes (keyboards), The Tubes’ Prairie Prince (drums), Guitar Player Magazine’s editor Jesse Gress (guitar), Bobby Strickland (sax) and a full choir.