MP3 Red Molly EP - FOLK: Folk Pop
RED MOLLY brings together contemporary folk and American roots music with polished three-part vocals and a traditional string band sound, resonating with warmth and infectious energy.
4 MP3 Songs
FOLK: Folk Pop, COUNTRY: Bluegrass
Red Molly is a female trio combining the talents of Laurie MacAllister, Abbie Gardner and Carolann Solebello. Weaving their voices in harmony over a myriad of strings (guitar, banjo, mandolin and dobro), Red Molly''s repertoire includes carefully-selected material, ranging from Appalachian ballads to 20th-century pop/country standards and contemporary folk. Resting on the belief that great songs shine with minimal handling, Red Molly digs down to the root of a song with simple, uncluttered arrangements, leaving plenty of room for three voices to carry it skyward.
"They rock! Their musicianship is flawless. And their voices ... their harmonies sound like they''ve been singing together for years. Their energy is intoxicating. Their show was our first ever sell-out. For weeks afterward, people were asking, ''Are you getting Red Molly back for next season?'' YES!"
Director, Second Saturday Concert Series
"Red Molly came and made us all so happy. My only regret was that they only had one set; I could have listened to them all night! What they do is so NEEDED: keeping the old music alive, but making it refreshing, new, and unique."
Director, Circle Of Friends Coffeehouse
"Red Molly plays music the way I like it: unpretentious, straight from the heart, and way down deep in the old-time roots. It''s true folk music that comes from the right place. They take me back to a purer time when people sang for one another just because of the love of music. And they pack some power. It''s purely delightful and inspiring. It warms the soul."
Roots And Blues Specialty Host, Music Writer
WKZE 98.1 FM/1020 AM
"Red Molly has taste, talent, and voices to die for. They make music the way it should be made: raw, powerful, and beautiful. With this band, you hear and feel the soul inside the songs. It''s music to make the spirit soar."
Michael Scott Cain
Author, "Midnight Train"