“[Pat Maloney’s] music is soulful, honest, hilarious and smart” – Fingers on Blast, 2015
Pat Maloney went out on a limb. He put in his notice, hopped in the car and did it.
Root Rot and Repotting, two full-length recordings, and a two-part series, describe a transition from village to town to city. From school and working world to creative freedom. Both records are sold out of the first run, planted with care all over Canada and The United Kingdom.
Pat Maloney is the 2015 winner of The Canadian Organization of Campus Activities’ (COCA) “Singer-Songwriter of the Year”.
Playing the show with Pat will be local, Justin Zuccato.
"He stepped out on his own with his new solo release “She’s To Kill a Mockingbird.” Playing every instrument on the album, Zuccato’s talent, focus and drive comes from a long history of dedication to music and songwriting.
Since the age of 11 years old, Zuccato knew he wanted to be a muscian. Hailing from Woodslee Ontario, he began refining his craft through playing local shows with friends from school. This led to forming and fronting his first band, Pulp City Inn, in highschool. Their success was immediate.
At a time when most bands were still strumming out covers in their parent’s garage, Zuccato was touring with his band, opening for national headlining acts such as Default, Theory of a Deadman and My Darkest Day, and even appearing on the television show “Canada’s Got Talent.” That band gave Zuccato an incredible amount of experience both on stage, and in the industry."