Description: DINNER SEATING IS FULL. DINNER & DRINKS CAN BE PURCHASED AT THE BAR.
$10 adv / $15 day of show.
Cash sales only at the box office.
Periel, Deanna and Bradford Lee Stanfield are three longtime close friends who, after many years of backing each other up on solo projects, decided that making music together as a band was more fun. So in April of 2011, they formed Wildwood Highway. The band is unique in that they combine their individual songs and styles, alternating between lead vocals and soulful, tight harmonies, driven by Brad’s masterful guitar work, to create what they call a feel- good, bluesy, modern country/southern rock sound. By November, they were in Nashville playing a couple of shows and recording. Upon returning to Los Angeles to mix, they had the great fortune of having the legendary Bill Payne of Little Feat grace their album with his B3 and piano magic! They are excited to release their six-song “Wildwood Highway Limited Edition EP” and be playing live shows again. Wildwood Highway came about because it represents a metaphor for the road of life, acknowledging and embracing the philosophy of Ralph Waldo Emerson that, “it’s not a destination…it’s a journey…” Enjoy the ride!
Los Angeles based BOB MALONE plays keyboards with rock legend John Fogerty, and continues a successful 15-year solo career as well. He plays a one-of-a-kind hybrid of blues, rock, and soul, delivered with high-energy piano virtuosity and soulful vocals. He headlines over 100 shows a year across the US, Europe, Australia and Asia, and has opened for and/or played with Rickie Lee Jones, The Neville Brothers, Rev. Al Green, Dr. John, Subdudes, Leon Russell, and many others. On TV, Bob has been a featured performer on The Price Is Right, and his music is heard on Dr. Phil, The Rachel Ray Show, Wheel Of Fortune and All My Children. Malone’s six CDs, including his latest, Ain’t What You Know, have earned Top-20 spots on the Living Blues, Roots Music Report and Earshot (Canada) radio charts, are played on over 300 NPR and A3 radio stations, on Sirius Radio’s Bluesville and The Village, and syndicated shows Car Talk, Acoustic Café, and Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour. Bob is a four-time recipient of the ASCAP Plus Award for independent musicians.