J.J. Malone

Born: Aug. 20, 1935, Peets Corner, AL

R&B Vocals, Guitar Galaxy Records, Red Lightin'

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame

J.J. Malone

Birth: Aug. 20, 1935: Death: Feb. 20, 2004: Blues Singer/Songwriter. He was a guitarist who toured with Al Green, Joe Simon and Etta James. An executive at Fantasy/Galaxy records in the late 1960's and early 70's, he worked closely with Little Johnny Taylor, Big Mama Thornton and Creedence Clearwater Revival. He was instrumental in helping to develop CCR's unique sound, and allegedly wrote many of their tunes, though he is not credited. He was rediscovered as a performer in the 1980's, and continued to record until 2001. He died of cancer in Hawaii at the age of 68. Note: Buried on March 2, 2004, next to his father, Ragland Cemetery, Greenbrier (Limestone County), Alabama, USA

Source: J.J. Malone (1935 - 2004) - Find A Grave Memorial

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