The Malone Brothers

The Malone Brothers

Bringing together the similar but fantastically different worlds of two of the finest New Orleans' bands today, each featuring a gumbo of numerous roots styles – The Radiators and the subdudes – is a brand new collaboration. Tommy Malone of the subdudes and his fiery guitarist of a brother Dave Malone, of the “fish-head” band Radiators are The Malone Brothers. Read more under About the Show.  


June 7 Jaeb Theater
  • Tickets go on sale to:
    Straz Center members
    April 25 at noon

    April 27 at noon

    Become a member and buy online during the priority period! 


Show Dates & Times

Thurs., June 7, 7:30 p.m.


Regularly priced tickets start at $23 in advance; $25 day of show. 

There is a maximum ticket allotment of eight tickets per account/household/business for paid, ticketed events. (For some shows, it may be less.) Applicable service charges added at point of purchase. There is no maximum for free, non-ticketed events.

For ticket purchases via the phone or ticket office, service charges are waived for current annual Straz members at the $400 level and higher, although special handling fees may apply to some shows. Service charges for online transactions apply to all members. 

Pursuant to s.817.36, Florida Statutes, no Straz Center ticket may be offered or resold for more than $1 over the face value of the ticket.

About the Show

Dave and Tommy Malone, two of Louisiana's greatest guitarist singer-songwriters, have joined forces to form one of the most exciting new lineups in American music. Both men have spent most of their adult lives in legendary bands, but when Dave's band The Radiators called it quits in June of 2011 and Tommy's band the subdudes decided to go on hiatus, the stage was set for the long-awaited Malone Brothers band.


"[Tommy's] self-assured exterior masks a songwriter who mines heartache and elation, the surreal and the everyday, and who crafts the experiences into instantly memorable tunes. " -- Richard E. Russell

"They [The Malones] were at their best when seeming to solo at once, locking and linking, riffing and rocking, as they must have done for thousands of hours since their teens."  -- The (NY) Daily Gazette

Run-time: Approximately 105 minutes including intermission