Bob Malone and McNally Waters
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. He’s 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. He’s played Umbria Jazz Festival (ITALY), Glastonbury Music Festival (UK), Long Beach Bayou Fest (US), and many others. As a member of John Fogerty’s band, he’s played New Orleans JazzFest, Radio City Music Hall, and The Hollywood Bowl. Bob’s Mojo Deluxe album went to #1 on the IBBA UK radio chart and was one of the top 100 most played CDs on the Roots Music Report radio charts. His latest album “Good People” was released in May of 2021 and singles from it are already being played on WFUV NYC, KCSN L.A., and SiriusXM The Loft.
McNally Waters is Larry John McNally and Harry Waters. After a long, insanely successful career writing songs for other musicians – The Eagles, Aaron Neville, Bonnie Raitt, Mavis Staples, and Rod Stewart, to name a few — it was time for Larry John McNally to begin writing songs for himself. He was introduced to Waters, son of Pink Floyd's Roger Waters, who had already made his own name in the industry, having performed with his father, Ozric Tentacles, Marianne Faithful, Tom Jones, Dean Ween and Nick Cave; sharing stages with the Stones, Dylan, Young, Gilmour, and Vedder; as well as fronting his own jazz band, The Harry Waters Band. McNally Waters were only a few songs into their partnership when they were offered an international tour, where they solidified their sound night after night on stage. In 2019, McNally Waters opened five UK shows on the Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets Tour. With their second full-length album delayed by COVID-19, they have released an EP named for its title track, "Bang Bang,” an incredibly timely, yet timeless, collection of three tracks that showcase the musical niche the pair carved out for themselves among blues, country, rock and folk.