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Bob Malone, Born Too Late

Delta Moon Records announces the release of "Born Too Late", the long-awaited new studio recording from pianist/singer/songwriter Bob Malone. Bob’s 2003 live release "Malone Alone", won Best Live Album at the 2004 Just Plain Folks Music Awards (called by the L.A. Times "the Grammies of the independent music world") and spent a month on the Roots Music Report and Living Blues radio charts. "Flying Under Radar", Bob’s must-read essay on being a success as a touring indie artist appeared in the Harper Collins book "Working Musicians", along with interviews and essays by Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, Keith Richards, and many others. Bob Malone plays over 100 nights a year on the road, both as a headliner and as opening act for major artists. He has also been touring fine arts centers and theatres with Grammy nominated acapella legends, The Bobs. Their "Rhapsody in Bob" album and show features their version of George Gershwin’s classic "Rhapsody in Blue" with Bob Malone playing his bluesy interpretation of the piano part and the Bobs singing the orchestra part. Bob has also been featured on NPR radio programs such as Acoustic Café, Car Talk, Rock & Roots and network TV shows Jag, Young & the Restless, All My Children and Cupid. Bob Malone is also a two-time recipient of the ASCAP Plus award for independent musicians. "Sharp wit, rootsy New Orleans piano style, whiskey-cured vocal growls and stylized vocal howls make him a tonic." - Boston Herald "That New Orleans left a lasting impression on former resident Bob Malone is evident in the rollicking Big Easy spirit that informs his piano epiphanies." - The Times-Picayune, New Orleans

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