SOUNDCHECK featuring MALONE SIBUN
live at The Old Firestation, Frome
Saturday 14th December 2019
Two forces of nature join together for a musical experience not to be missed. MARCUS MALONE AND INNES SIBUN are Rockin the Blues
Marcus Malone, the former UA and Motown, Motorcity artist had a diverse hard rock and soul background, before he settled in a blues/rock and direction and relocated to the UK.
He played the Albert Hall with BB King and quickly established himself as a top flight blues rocker with a handful of excellent albums.
Innes Sibun made his first album with legendary producer Mike Vernon who produced the John Mayall/Eric Clapton Beano album as well as all the Peter Green era Fleetwood Mac albums.
He played guitar for Robert Plant on his “Fate of Nations” tour throughout America, Europe & South America & can be heard on Robert’s “Sixty six to Timbuktu” album as well as on a track on his box set “Nine lives”. Since then he’s played and jammed with just about everyone who is anyone in blues including Buddy Guy & James Cotton, Tommy Shannon, Chris Layton, Chris Duarte & many other legends of the Austin blues scene.
Marcus Malone – ‘Not only does Innes have shades of my favourite guitar players – Jimmy Page, Hendrix and Paul Kossoff – but he also has the soulful approach and the dynamics of BB and Albert King’
Innes Sibun – ‘Listening to Marcus Malone I hear echo’s of two of my favourite singers, Paul Rodgers, Otis Redding and early David Coverdale, but above all it’s Marcus’s own unmistakable style & delivery.
It’s gonna be a great night of blues guitar !!!
Marcus Malone (Vocals & Guitar)
Innes Sibun (Vocals & Guitar)
Steve Hall (Bass)
Rob Brian (Drums)
Tim Blackmore (Hammond/Keys)
MALONE SIBUN PERFORMED
FEELING BAD BLUES
TOO LONG GONE
HOUSE OF BLUES
SO TIRED OF LIVING
ONE MORE TIME
MALONE SIBUN INTERVIEW
Interview by Carl Sutterby
‘Deserts 3’ by Playing In Tongues
available from www.freemusicarchive.com
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