Bob Malone

Keyboard Wizard Bob Malone Comes to the Mainstay

On Friday, April 22, the Mainstay in Rock Hall welcomes boogie-woogie pianist Bob Malone to its stage. Anointed a “keyboard wizard” by The New Yorker magazine. Bob Malone has toured the world as a solo artist for over two decades and has played keyboards with John Fogerty’s band (of Creedance Clearwater Revival fame) since 2011. 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. When not touring with his own big band or with John Fogerty, Bob is perhaps most at home when he is performing his solo show in acoustic listening rooms, small theaters and house concerts around the world. With just a piano, a microphone and a stompbox, his shows have the high energy impact of a full band performance combined with storytelling and pin-drop ballad singing.
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Bob Malone to perform at Clay Center

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - One of the world’s most acclaimed rock ‘n’ roll pianists, Bob Malone, is set for a long-anticipated show Friday, February 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Charleston at The Walker Theater in The Clay Center as part of The Woody Hawley Concert Series, sponsored in part by Unity of Kanawha Valley.
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HCA gala Saturday night, featuring Bob Malone

The Hopkinton Center for the Arts will hold its annual fundraising gala on Saturday at 7 p.m. This year’s event features a performance by singer/songwriter/pianist Bob Malone, who has traveled the world playing for John Fogerty and has recorded or played with musical icons Ringo Starr, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Seger, Jackson Browne, Jimmy Buffet and more.
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An Interview With Bob Malone Who Comes To UCPAC On September 30th

Jersey native Bob Malone has been touring the world for over two decades as both a solo artist and a member of John Fogerty's band for the past decade. He's done session work for artists like Bob Seger and Avril Lavigne, was 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 Malone

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. The optimistic opening title track rousingly reminds us that “beauty, kindness, empathy” may be in short supply, “but it’s out there.” Amen, Brother Bob!

Finally Friday From Home with Bob Malone and Kirby Brown

Bob Malone performs "Good People", "The River Gives", "All There Is" and "My Friends and I" for WMOT's Finally Friday From Home. Kirby Brown performs "Dance Floor", "Say It Ain't So", "Ashes and Leaves" and "I Remember You" for WMOT's Finally Friday From Home.