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\"Keyboard Wizard\" Bob Malone

23 - Mar
(Nearby Event: Other)
Where:The Lake Park Box, 700 Park Avenue,, Palm Beach County, Florida, United States, 33403
He’s played keyboards for John Fogerty since 2011, and has been a session player for Ringo Starr and Avril Lavigne. His recording of “You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch” was the theme in the 2018 Illumination/Universal movie trailers for The Grinch. MusicRiot UK says “His solo work pulls in elements from classical, soul, blues, rock, funk and jazz into a glorious fusion that’s pure Bob Malone.”\ \ \ Solo and with his band, Bob has played Umbria Jazz Festival (ITALY), Glastonbury Music Festival (UK), Long Beach Bayou Festival (US), Blue Mountains Music Festival (AU), Cincy Blues Festival (US), Umbria Jazz Week (CHINA), plus headlining shows at Iridium (NYC), Garry Marshall Theatre (L.A.), 606 Club (LONDON), Dazzle Jazz & Blues (DENVER), and Clay Center For The Arts (CHARLESTON, WV). He’s been featured twice at WWOZ Piano Night in New Orleans.\ \ \ As a member of John Fogerty’s band, he’s played New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, Radio City Music Hall, and The Hollywood Bowl and is featured on the 2019 concert album/DVD “50 Year Trip: Live at Red Rocks” and the 2013 release “Wrote A Song For Everyone.”\ \ \ Bob’s latest album, “Good People,” was released in May 2021. It’s gone to #11 Rock, #1 Soft Rock, and #1 New Jersey on the Roots Music Report radio charts and debuted at #15 on the IBBA UK charts. Goldmine calls it “a compelling listen” and American Songwriter says: “From complex turbo-charged polyrhythmic soul-jazz excursions to the most fundamental folk-rock anthems, Malone knows how to light it on fire.”\ \ \ His songs and his playing have been heard on NCSI New Orleans, Entertainment Tonight, Lucifer, and The Hallmark Channel.\ Bob is endorsed by Kurzweil Music Systems, QSC Audio, Hammond Organ, Cordial Cables, and Sound Lab in-ear Monitors.\ \