Come Together Review – Guitar Techniques Magazine

Already nominated for Best Band in this year’s European Blues Awards, Malone Sibun combines the talents of Innes Sibun (lead) and Marcus Malone (rhythm and vocals) in a nicely pulled off nod to the classic rock era. “When the chance comes along to play with a great musician who is travelling down the same musical road, then you jump at it,” Innes tells us. Marcus counters, “Innes has shades of my favourite players – Page, Hendrix Kossoff – a soulful approach and the dynamics of BB King.” The result is a bluesy, rocky melange that will transport you back to the days of Whitesnake, Bad Company and their like.

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