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Called a keyboard wizard by The New Yorker, Bob Malone has toured the world as a solo artist for over two decades and has played keyboards with John Fogerty since 2011. Bob is featured on the 2017 Ringo Starr record Give More Love, and his recording of You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch was the theme in the Illumination/ Universal movie trailers for The Grinch, heard by millions. Bob combines unforgettable songwriting with an eclectic hybrid of high-energy rock, uptown blues, melodic piano pop, New Orleans R&B, jazz chops, and a voice all his own. His latest single Good People.

"Bob Malone is a soulful songwriter, passionate singer, exuberant piano player and ecstatic performer whose astounding, abounding talents are immediately evident throughout 11 inspired and inspiring songs on his glorious ninth album, Good People. - Elmore Magazine
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Bob’s four touring bands are made up of all-star players from around the globe and include A-list session players in Los Angeles, New York, New Orleans, and Rome. Artists his bands have toured and recorded with include The Neville Brothers, Journey, Tom Petty, Bruce Springsteen, Joe Cocker, Jerry Douglas, Gino Vannelli, Joe Sample, and Claudio Baglioni. Add to this the gospel-powered Malonettes background singers and it adds up to a high energy, eclectic hybrid of rock, blues, melodic piano pop, and New Orleans R&B, with a light dusting of jazz chops all around.

The Bob Malone Band plays worldwide, including sets at Umbria Jazz Festival (Italy), HB Town Music Festival (China) Glastonbury Music Festival (UK), The Great British Rhythm & Blues Festival (UK), Long Beach Bayou Fest (US), Falcon Ridge Folk Fest (US), Beersel Blues Rock Festival (Belgium), Blue Mountains Music Fest (AU), and venues like Iridium (NYC), House Of Blues (New Orleans, Chicago), Wilshire-Ebell Theatre (Los Angeles), The 100 Club (London), Sellersville Theatre (PA), Biscuits & Blues (San Francisco), Crested Butte Center For The Arts (CO), and The Basement (Sydney).

The magic and energy of Bob’s band shows are captured in full on his Mojo Live album and DVD, captured live at the Grand Annex Theatre in Los Angeles.
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When not touring with his band or with John Fogerty, Bob Malone brings his solo show to acoustic listening rooms, small theaters, and house concerts around the world. Just Bob, a piano, a microphone, and a stompbox, the show has the high energy impact of a full band performance combined with storytelling and pin-drop ballad singing in the best of the troubadour tradition.

Prestigious venues such as McCabe’s (Los Angeles), Walker Theatre at Clay Center for the Performing Arts (Charleston, WV), Dazzle Jazz (Denver, CO), Alberta Rose Theatre (Portland, OR), Kuumbwa Jazz Center (Santa Cruz, CA), The Duplex (NYC), Ogden Museum of Southern Art (New Orleans), The Bluebird Cafe (Nashville, TN), Caffe Lena (Saratoga, NY), Eddie’s Attic (Atlanta, GA), Towne Crier (Hudson, NY), Freight & Salvage (Berkeley, CA), The Ark (Ann Arbor, MI), The Barns at Wolf Trap (Washington, DC), and Club Passim (Boston, MA) have hosted his show. He has also brought his eclectic hybrid of rock, blues, melodic piano pop, jazz, and New Orleans R&B to the concert spaces at Steinway Piano Galleries all over the United States.

Music Connection Magazine says of his solo live album, Malone Alone: “Fiery performances and on-mic asides reveal the masterful storyteller and musician at his most entertaining.”