D. C. Malone and the Jones



DC Malone is a world class entertainer. Professional musician since 16 and headlining comedian for 35 years he has the talent and experience that shows in his work.

Over the years DC has jammed with or opened for Mitch Ryder, Bo Diddley, Greg Allman, Pablo Cruise, the Talking heads, and Spirit. As far as comedy goes, he’s worked with Tim Allen, Dave Letterman. Drew Carey, and toured Europe with Jango Edwards and the Friends Roadshow just to name a few. He also spends a great deal of time entertaining the troops overseas.

His band the Jones has been playing together for eight years. Comprised of incredibly talented and versatile musicians, they have a gift for taking great classic rock and blues, not to mention classic country and swing, and making it their own. Easing in and out of musical genres, they weave an amazing tapestry in every set.

Their song list is one of the most eclectic of any cover band playing today. Bringing great songs long buried back to life, and playing a set list not burdened with the same songs you hear time and time again in nightclubs.

Everyone in the band has been playing for over thirty years, and loves what they do. They still enjoy playing and performing for enthusiastic crowds, or even just sitting around jamming for themselves or sharing with other musicians, it never grows tiresome.

The band consists of:

Dale Turnbull, Bass guitar. They call him the Doctor, Dale has been playing bass in bands since the late 60’s and is the most sought after fill in and session player in Portland. He is a pocket player and his playing is perfection.

Mike Zilis, keyboards. Mike's years of playing really show his influences and his love of New Orleans blues and funk, (particularly Dr. John and Little Feat), add spice to the rhythm section. This, topped by his blazing solos show that Mike was a great find.

James Mason, lead guitar. DC met James at an open mic jam and was immediately drawn to his love of blues, and soulful lead solos. James is a chameleon and fits perfectly into any genre. A true renaissance man.

Derek Doggett, lead guitar. Derek is the badboy of the band. Raised on metal bands but inspired by so much more. He is awesome to see and hear, never failing to garner a standing ovation for one or more solos during the course of the evening.

Jason “Boom Boom” Moore, drums. Jason lays the groundwork for every song with his impeccable rhythm. Anchoring many bands over the years, his musical tastes are wide, and that has really broadened his scope of understanding percussion. Jason not only plays trap but hand drums and rhythm toys.


If you want a great night of good music, high energy and downright fun, DC Malone and The Jones is the perfect band for your club or eventFor a really special night, think about adding a comedy show to really give your patrons something to remember!

Sound clips from recent recordings

Each excerpt is about a minute long

Beat Me, Daddy, Eight to the Bar The City
Compared to What Moondance
You Gotta Move Little Sister
Sunny Afternoon Treat Her Right

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Partial song list

Ballads:
Angel from Montgomery (John Prine)
Wicked Game (Chris Issak)
One for My Baby (and one more for the road) (Frank Sinatra)
San Franciscan Nights (The Animals)
Jersey Girl (Tom Waits)
Walk Away Renee (The left Banke)
Rock Salt and Nails (Utah Phillips)
Sloop John B (The Kingston Trio)
Carmelita (Warren Zevon)
Crazy Love (Van Morrison)
Can’t Find My Way Home (Blind Faith)
John Barleycorn Must Die (Traffic)
Warm Beer, Cold Women (Tom Waits)
Geronimo’s Cadillac (Michael Martin Murphy)
Dear Prudence (Beatles)
To Sir, with Love (Lulu)

Blues:
Kansas city (Wilbert Harrison)
Hoochie Coochie Man (Muddy Waters)
Sweet Home Chicago (Robert Johnson)
Shaky Ground (Delbert McClinton)
Early in the Mornin’ (Louis Jordan)
You Got To Move (Mississippi Fred McDowell)
Cocaine (Reverend Gary Davis)
Treat Her Right (Roy Head)
Should Have Been Me (Ray Charles)
Stormy Monday (Allman Brothers)
I Am Ready (Willie Dixon)

Swing:
Choo Choo Cha Boogie (Louis Jordan)
Beat Me Daddy (The Andrews Sisters)
Reefer Man (Cab Calloway)
Milk Shakin’ Mama (Dan Hicks )
Boogie Woogie Blue Plate (Louis Jordan)
Let the Good Times Roll (Louis Jordan)

Country, etc.:
Folsom Prison Blues (Johnny Cash)
Your Cheating Heart (Hank Williams Sr.)
I Am So Lonesome I Could Cry (Hank Williams Sr.)
16 Tons (Tennesee Ernie Ford)
Six Pack to Go (Leon Russell)
Long Haired Country Boy (Charlie Daniels)
Dead Flowers (The Rolling Stones)
Rolling In My Sweet Baby’s Arms (Flatt & Scruggs)
Bony Gingers (Hoyt Axton)
In Spite of Ourselves (John Prine)
Move It On Over (Hank Williams Sr.)
If I Needed You (Townes Van Zandt)
Little Maggie (The Kingston Trio )
End Of the Line (The Traveling Wilburys)

Rockers:
Down Drinking at the Bar (Loudon Wainwright)
Lawyers, Guns and Money (Warren Zevon)
Can’t Always Get What You Want (Rolling Stones)
Gloria (Van Morrison)
The Weight (The Band)
Gotta Serve Somebody (Bob Dylan)
Little Sister (Elvis Presley)
Downtown (Tom Waits)
In France (Frank Zappa)
Like a Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan)
Wild Night (Van Morrison)
Mr. Siegal (Tom Waits)
Them Changes (Buddy Miles)
Stanger in a Strange Land (Leon Russell)
Raspberry Beret (Warren Zevon)
The Letter (Joe Cocker)
The City (The Mark-Almond Band)
I Feel Fine (The Beatles)
The Last Time (The Rolling Stones)
Bad Moon Risin’ (Creedence Clearwater Revival)
I am a wild One (Iggy Pop)
Nadine (Chuck Berry)
Love the One You're With (Stephen Stills)
The Pusher (Steppenwolf)
Lucille (Little Richard)
It Don’t Come Easy (Ringo Starr)
Highway 61 (Bob Dylan)
Learning to Fly (Tom Petty)
Under my Thumb (The Rolling Stones)
Dixie Chicken (Little Feat)
Hey Joe (Jimi Hendrix)
Youngblood (Leon Russell)
Hey Mr. Spaceman (The Byrds)
Sunny Afternoon (The Kinks)
Poor Poor Pitiful Me (Warren Zevon)
For What It's Worth (.Buffalo Springfield)
Moondance (Van Morrison)
Jockey Full of Bourbon (Tom Waits)
Heart Attack and Vine (Tom Waits )
219 ( Tom Waits)
Compared to What (Les McCann)
Don’t Let It Bring You Down (Neil Young)
Cinnamon Girl ( Neil Young)
Rockin’ Pneumonia (Johnny Rivers)
Taxman  (The Beatles)
Crystal Ship (The Doors)

Extra stuff:
Auld Lang Syne
Gay Eskimo)
Holiday
Crablouse)
Lydia the Tattooed Lady)
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