Singer songwriter keyboardist Tony O’Malley and award winning jazz hammond organist Ross Stanley will be dueting together for a night of soul, funk and jazz, played in their own distinctive style.

Tony O’Malley’s is a rare gem in the world of today’s music.The influence of greats like Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, Richard Tee and Steely Dan is plain to hear in the eight Tony O’Malley CDs. But Tony’s own style, energy and personality shine through in every show, whether on a festival stage or in an intimate jazz club.

Tony has been playing and performing since the age of 12, his first stab at fame came with the band Arrival of the late 60’s early 70’s . Arrival’s hit’s include ‘Friends’ and ‘I will Survive’ (not the Gloria Gaynor song). Long term collaboration with the Arrival singers continue to this day.
Tony was a member of 10CC and has recorded with Bob Dylan in New York on Dylan’s Desire album.

Ross Stanley is a pianist and organist who was born in 1982 in Frimley, England. Beginning piano at age 4, Ross’s musical skills have kept him in high demand, seeing him play with jazz names such as Will Vinson, Dennis Rollins, Guy Barker, Joel Frahm, Liane Carroll, Stan Sulzman, Steve Arguelles, John Paracelli, Bobby Wellins, Clark Tracey, as well as being a regular member of the Jim Mullen Organ Trio, the Mark McKnight.