Max DuBose and The Scandalous Rogues / Press

“Local musicians explore deep South, Brazilian jazz Bill Meredith With his southern roots and baritone voice, Lake Worth singer/guitarist Max DuBose ( re  verbnation.com/maxdu  bose  ) showed elements of country music on preceding CDs, but his songwriting and the influence of pedal steel guitarist Jim Felicio on the new “Maybe” go deep south. DuBose, Felicio and Marie Nofsinger’s backups shade the opening title ballad, complete with a quote of Ben E. King’s R&B hit “Stand By Me.” Father-and-son bassist and drummer Chuck Fiore Sr. and Jr. respectively drive the shuffles “My Baby’s Gettin’ Over Me” and “If I Ain’t All That,” and DuBose’s clever wordplay overcomes tracks with ample repeat choruses like the reggae-tinged “Klink Comes Slammin.” See Max DuBose at 8 p.m. Saturday at Havana Hideout, 509 Lake Ave., Lake Worth (561-585-8444 ), and at 7 p.m. every Sunday and Wednesday at Kevro’s, 166 SE Second Ave., Delray Beach (561-278-967”


“Hey Check out our album review in The Palm Beach Post!! “Over You Now” by Lake Worth-based Max DuBose and the Mplants (maxdubose.webs.com) is a swampy gumbo of country, blues and other roots music styles. Vocalist/guitarist DuBose is adept at tongue-in-cheek novelty tunes like “My Band Got the Blame,” an early highlight, but the subsequent ballad “I Love You Through the Wind” also stands out. Recorded at The Shed in Lake Worth, DuBose’s third release also features guitarist/vocalist Rick Cohen, slide guitarist Steven Volante, bassist Chris Baker, drummer Ric Pattison, and backing vocalists Suzanne Cannon and Jade Walker. Late gems include the ballad “When My Everything is Gone” and the comical “Heartburn, Cheatin’ and Pork Rinds.””

“Marie Nofsinger- Singer/songwriter has a show with Marc Ward, Max DuBose, Ivan Skinner.and more”

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