DC Malone and Doc Brown Experiment


DC Malone and the Jones join us at 9:00 p.m. on Friday, March 15th. Their music includes influences in blues, old style country, swing, rock, folk and a touch of bluegrass.  Muddy Waters, Tom Waits, Tom Petty, Warren Zevon and Johnny Cash are all credited for their influences on the band’s music.

Malone has performed for over thirty-five years, and picked up the guitar at age ten. Over the years he developed a reputation for a strong rhythm and finger-picking style. Malone and the Jones have performed at festivals, taverns, private parties, and corporate functions.

DC Malone is also a professional comedian. He tours overseas entertaining our troops in Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

DC Malone & the Jones members are:

  • DC Malone: guitar, banjo, hand drums, and lead vocals
  • Tony Lahina: lead guitar, harmonica, vocals
  • Dale Turnbull: bass guitar, vocals
  • Mike Zilis: keyboards
  • Brian Wright: drums

Visit the website for additional information.

Doc Brown Experiment kicks off at 9:00 p.m. on March 16th.

They consist of a four-piece power-jazz ensemble that combines hard-driven grooves with smooth tones. They’ve been compared to bands like Frank Zappa, Bad Brains and Herbie Hancock.

Members Include: 

  • Flip on saxophone
  • Kirch on drums
  • Shawn on Bass
  • Max on Guitar

Doc Brown’s ingredients for their band? “Take 2 parts funk, 1 part punk, 3 parts jazz and 1 part hip-hop…mix ingredients with a blender. Let chill for 5 mins then serve in your favorite festive mug….that’s how you make a Doc Brown Experiment.”

ReverbNation offers a few of their tunes, including “Fat Rita”. Doc Brown Experiment definitely has some fun funk goin’ on.

Have a great weekend, and we’ll see ya there!

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