Sunday, February 22, 2009

Fat Tuesday Party!
feat. Brian Seeger on guitar (Stanton Moore/Aaron Neville)
Performing The Classic Album "Dr. John's Gumbo" & More
plus The Funky Fritters

Tuesday February 24th
Doors @ 7pm | $10 Buy Tix

Bill Malchow & The Go Cup All Stars
Official Website Myspace

I'm a New York City based keyboardist/vocalist with strong New Orleans influences. A.K.A. "Sweet William, Blackbeard, Brother Bill, Lippy the Pants, Captain Bill"...

I'm a big fan of piano led New Orleans Rhythm & Blues, straight ahead blues, funkier jazz and actually anything that'll get your body moving a bit. Think James Booker, Dr John, Huey Smith, Prof Longhair, Otis Spann, Memphis Slim, and Horace Silver.

I have my own group that goes by several different names depending on my moooood. "Bill Malchow & Friends", "BMF", "The Go Cup All Stars", "Bill Malchow & the Barbecue Banshees " and "Sue".

I back up several talented songwriters/bands including at one point or another The Jack Grace Band (Weirdo Country Music), Andrew Vladeck (Electric Folk), Johanna Stahley (Soul/Rock/Pop), Alex McMurray (New Orleans based Songwriter), Bubble (Faithful live recreation of Beatles albums), David Kolker (rock), Jake Walker (blues), David Weinstone (Music for Aardvarks)...

The Funky Fritters
In the wide world of American music, certain bands have a way of building an exciting life for themselves away from the glare of national attention. Much of that is because of the relationship the group has with its fans. It usually starts in small clubs or even backyards in their hometown, then spreads to nearby cities, neighboring states and soon across entire regions, until the band finally comes into its own as a national presence.

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