I’m thrilled that Internationally acclaimed vocalist and musician, Clare Maloney, will be performing in a Charles R Hale Production, “WWII and NYC: Connecting Time and Place,” at the Cell Theatre in NYC, Feb 11 and 12. Click here for tickets
Clare has shared the stage with members of The Grateful Dead, Jefferson Starship, Allman Brothers Band, Hall & Oates, Blood, Sweat and Tears, Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band, Hot Tuna, The Tubes and The New Riders of the Purple Sage. Her interpretations of the folk and rock favorites of the 60s and 70s era have gained her a loyal following for her powerful voice and her ability to move effortlessly between Grace Slick’s “White Rabbit” and Joni Mitchell’s “Woodstock.”
Before transitioning to Rock and Roll full-time, Clare trained extensively and toured as an opera singer, appearing on some of the most famous stages in the world including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Town Hall, Symphony Space, 92ndY, National Sawdust and at concert halls throughout Europe and Asia. A uniquely versatile artist, Clare is an in-demand studio session vocalist, having lent her voice to numerous studio projects including jingles, TV theme songs, national ad campaigns, and new music by composers writing for Broadway, Jazz, Opera and the concert stage.
Since 2018, Clare has toured as the vocalist for The Englishtown Project – a tribute to the Grateful Dead, New Riders of the Purple Sage and The Marshall Tucker Band. Since the music industry reopened in 2021, playing over a dozen shows for the reopening of the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY, and assembling her own band, Clare Maloney & The Great Adventure, which recently played to sold-out crowds at the Bitter End in NYC.