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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Tommy Malone On Mt. Stage, On Canvas & More

Tommy Malone Featured On WHYY's "On Canvas"
Recording Mountain Stage This Weekend
On WYEP's Live & Direct  April 14

Tommy's 2nd Release for M.C. "Poor Boy" Coming April 29

Northport N.Y. - Tommy Malone is having a busy week! On Thursday April 10 he'll be the featured artist on the award winning television program On Canvas. The show airs via WHYY in Philadelphia at 10PM on Thursdays and Noon on Sundays. Lots of great live performances and interviews. Click here to preview Tommy performing "Time To Move On" from his April 29 release Poor Boy.

This Sunday, Tommy heads to West Virginia to record a performance for the syndicated radio program "Mountain Stage." On the bill with Tommy is Keb Mo, Dirty Dozen Brass Band and Joan Osborne. You can stream the show at starting at 7PM Eastern time. Click here to get more info.

On Monday, April 14 Tommy will pay a visit to the wonderfully eclectic radio station WYEP in Pittsburgh. He'll be performing on their "Live and Direct Sessions." Not in Pittsburgh? You can stream the show via their website. Here's the link for the program,

On April 29 M.C. Records will release his second solo effort for the label,
Poor Boy (MC-0076).  Tommy co-produced the recording with his longtime musical friend Ray Ganucheau in New Orleans. Ray was the engineer for the Subdudes' "Primitive Streak" and Tommy's first solo recording, "Soul Heavy."

Poor Boy features Tommy's unique songwriting that bleeds true Americana. The one amazing exception is Tommy covering Stevie Wonder's "Big Brother."

M.C. Records is proud to announce that Tommy Malone's second effort for for the label, Poor Boy is available for digital download and listening.
The first 11 songs are from Poor Boy , the next 12 are from his 2013 release, "Natural Born Days." Click the link to check it out!

Tommy Malone is not only one of the greatest songwriters of his generation, he’s a superb guitarist and a magnificent vocalist who animates every corner of his compositions. Over the past 40 years Malone has been at the center of some of the most storied and often star-crossed bands in Louisiana history, beginning with the family band formed with two of his brothers, Dustwoofie. Malone went on to help develop the eccentric songwriters’ collective the Continental Drifters before becoming a charter member of the still-beloved subdudes. Along the way he played in the well regarded one-off groups Tiny Town and Monkey Ranch as well as in a duo with his older brother Dave from the Radiators, the Malone Brothers. Poor Boy will mark the third solo recording in his storied career.

Tommy Malone has a bunch of dates solo and with the Subdudes.

Tommy Malone on Tour!
For Bookings contact  - Kyle Day -

Apr. 12 - French Quarter Festival - New Orleans, LA
Apr. 13 -Mountain Stage Taping - Wheeling WV
Apr. 15 - Live & Direct Sessions - WYEP, Pittsburgh PA
May 1  - An Evening With Subdudes- House of Blues, New Orleans, LA
May 3 -  2:00 PM - New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
May 9 - Soiled Dove Underground - Denver CO
May 29 - An Evening With Subdudes- Pabst Theater, Milwaukee WI
May 30 - An Evening With Subdudes-House of Blues - Chicago IL
Jun. 25 - An Evening With Subdudes-Birchmere- Alexandria VA
Jun. 26 - An Evening With Subdudes- - Rams Head - Annapolis MD
Jun. 27 - An Evening With Subdudes - Sellersville Theater, Sellersville, PA
Jun. 28 - An Evening With Subdudes - World Cafe Live, Wilmington DE
Jul. 24 - An Evening With Subdudes- B.B. Kings, NYC
Jul. 25  - An Evening With Subdudes-The Boulton Center - Bayshore NY
Sept. 14 - American River Music Festival - Lotus CA

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