Jessie Linden is a New York City-based drummer, percussionist, singer and writer originally from Cleveland, OH. She works on Broadway as a percussionist, (Come From Away, Aladdin, Cats, Beetlejuice), as well as Off-Broadway, most recently as the drummer/"Devo" in Ars Nova's Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future, for which she is also credited as a co-orchestrator and contributor of additional music, and as a featured band member for the TEAM's play Anything That Gives Off Light, with music by Shaun and Abigail Bengson. In 2016, Jessie made her David Geffin Hall debut as the percussionist for Manhattan Concert Productions' The Secret Garden. Jessie frequently performs in concert venues around the city, such as Joe's Pub and Feinstein's/54 Below. She also writes and performs original acoustic music in her bi-continental duo out of NYC/London, The Hi Marks, featuring Matt Harvey. In addition to music, Jessie is extremely interested in movement and anatomy, and is developing content geared towards aiding the physical maintenance of musicians, both for recovery and longevity. Jessie recently returned to NYC after working on John Doyle's August Rush in its world premiere production at the Paramount Theater in Aurora, IL.