Malone To Perform At Salem Roadhouse Tonight

UNION – Nationally known piano and singing sensation Bob Malone will perform at the Salem Roadhouse Café tonight, Oct. 8, at 8 p.m. The door will open at 7:30 p.m. and admission is $15 per person (additional donations will be accepted.) All proceeds benefit Haiti Earthquake Relief.

“Bob had performed for us two years ago,” said Bruce Tangowski, director of the Salem Roadhouse Café. “Now Bob is the regular keyboard player for rock legend John Fogerty, of Creedance Clearwater fame. Bob’s original music is extremely dynamic and energetic. His keyboard playing shakes and grabs you right to your soul.” Malone will be accompanied by a bassist and drummer to round things out.

Opening for Malone will be local performer Chris Preston, who also performs his own creations, accompanying himself on piano, guitar and vocals. Whether he’s accompanying himself on guitar and piano or performing in an ensemble on bass and keyboards, Preston’s sound embraces rock’s power and vitality while casting aside its limitations and pop culture banalities.

On display at the Roadhouse Fine Art Gallery will be the works of local artistic talent Maryanne Ficker.

The Salem Roadhouse Café, 829 Salem Road, Union, NJ (Townley Presbyterian Church) offers an intimate, nightclub-like setting for hearing first-rate professional musicians, both local and from farther afield – with the stage just a few feet from the audience. Musicians especially enjoy the feedback they get from playing in front of an attentive audience. Over its three plus years of operation, the Roadhouse has brought back many performers at their request.

Admission includes hot and cold snacks, assorted non-alcoholic beverages, and three blends of gourmet coffees and assorted teas. Funds generated from the performances always support various charities. The Salem Roadhouse Café is a non-profit enterprise. The work of local artists are on display in the Roadhouse Fine Arts Gallery. Shows are regularly broadcast on UnionTV34’s nightly “Union After Dark” music series on Comcast’s channel 34.

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