|Birth name||Robert Maurice Meloon|
|Born||December 2, 1965|
|Origin||Milton, New Jersey, United States|
|Instruments||Piano, organ, accordion|
Bob Malone (born Robert Maurice Meloon, December 2, 1965) is an American keyboardist and singer. American Songwriter Review raves about his work, saying “when it seems like nobody knows the beauty and joy in real soul and R&B, the fun and the funk, along comes Malone with a new masterpiece.” 
He attended Berklee College of Music and funded his education through performing solo or playing piano for bands. He moved to Los Angeles in 1990 and performed regularly at Croce's, a blues club. He began touring in 1996 as he continued to try to earn a living from his music.
By the release of his second album, Music Connection magazine had voted Malone one of the "best unsigned artists in LA" five years in a row.  He has been featured on NPR's "Best 5 Unsigned Artists in America" special. Currently, Malone plays over 100 shows each year including performances in the US, UK, Europe and Australia.
In 2010, Malone was introduced to John Fogerty and performed and toured with him ever since. Bruce Springsteen joined the group during a set a Hyde Park, London in front of a crowd of 75,000 people. He has also played alongside a number of other musicians including: Neville Brothers, Al Green, Dr. John and Leon Russell.
In 2015, Malone released his seventh album, Mojo Deluxe. It received many reviews and can be heard on over 300 stations worldwide. Blues Rock Review explains this album as one where "the keyboardist whacks listeners’ ears to attention with the skill he has honed over a lifetime of playing blues, soul and rock ‘n roll, reminding us that real blues music comes not from the instruments but from the feeling behind each note."
- 1995 Boston Acoustic Underground Award (best male)
- 1996 Falcon Ridge Folk Festival new artist
- 1995 finalist Kerrville Folk Festival
- 1996 finalist Kerrville Folk Festival
- 1996 finalist Nappa Valley Music Festival new artist
- The Darkest Part of the Night (1996)
- Bob Malone (1998) 
- Like It Or Not (2001)
- Malone Alone (2003)
- Born Too Late (2005)
- Ain't What You Know (2008)
- Mojo (2015)
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