Rob Malone

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Robbie "Rob" Malone is the bass player for English musician David Gray.[1]

Biography[edit]

Malone hails from Donaghmede, Dublin, Ireland, and previously played bass for Hothouse Flowers,[2] Hinterland, Damien Dempsey, Mary Coughlan, Juliet Turner, The Pale, Gemma Hayes, Bronagh Gallagher and The Sofas to name but a few.

He is probably best known for his bass playing for Dublin prog rockers LiR who were touted as the next big thing in Ireland in the early 90s.

Before embarking on a career with Lir, Malone played acoustic guitar for the church youth choir in Donaghmede.

Malone has co-written a number of songs and co produced on recent David Gray albums which have reached the US Billboard top ten.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Edwards, Mark (30 August 2009). "David Gray returns with Draw the Line". The Sunday Times. Timesonline.com. Retrieved 10 September 2010. 
  2. ^ "Born". Official hothouse flowers site. Retrieved 10 September 2010. 

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