Michelle Malone @ Public House Concert

Public House Concert , Birmingham, AL

Michelle returns to Birmingham, AL to play a show at a public house concert, and YOU are invited! Just send an email to cynthiallackey@gmail.com to hold your reservation - SEATS ARE VERY LIMITED!
Michelle will be performing an intimate acoustic duo show with her guitarist, Doug Kees. Come early with your covered dish and beverage of choice, make friends and enjoy some acoustic music!

You've heard her voice on Drivin N Cryin songs like Straight To Hell and Honeysuckle Blue, Shawn Mullins Records, her songs on Indigo Girls records and seen her share the stage with Gregg Allman, Chuck Leavell, Kristian Bush of SugarLand, and more - dont miss this stellar night of acoustic music!

Michelle Malone is "A fiery singer-songwriter, and guitarist whose music is a potent mix of rock and blues with a dash of country". She's a wild-haired Rock Goddess, award-winning singer/songwriter, passionate performer with roots in church music and political activism – no single characterization tells the whole story. Over the course of Malone’s career, she’s collaborated with artists from Gregg Allman to Indigo Girls, released more than a dozen records and went indie when it still took guts. Equal parts badass guitar slinger and sweet songstress, Michelle Malone artfully balances her penchant for ripping it through the roof with masterful lyrical introspection and vocals that range from sublime to raucous.


"...raucous and jubilant...somewhere between Lucinda Williams and Shelby Lynne comes Michelle Malone alternating between soulful ballads and rowdy, riffy blasters." - ROLLING STONE

"4 out of 5 Bunnies "... on this loose and blues-stoked new album, the rough-and-tumble Malone embraces her inner Keith Richards while churning up those Southern roots with the vigor of Lucinda Williams." " - PLAYBOY Magazine

"The kind of singer and songwriter who can jolt things into overdrive." - NEW YORK TIMES

"Raucous and sinewy guitar leads - sensual, raspy vocals - Malone has become a master at mixing blues and Americana" - GUITAR PLAYER