Abbie Gardner

Abbie Gardner

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Folk - Alternative | Jersey City, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 850   
Member Since: 2004
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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James

On their latest release, James, Red Molly delivers an eclectic, exciting mix of cover songs by well-known writers (Nanci Griffith, Steve Goodman, Bob...

Honey On My Grave

"Honey On My Grave" is a collection of mostly original songs that span several genres, from jazz to blues, country to bluegrass and folk/pop. Several...

Never Been to Vegas

Never Been to Vegas is the first full-length offering from New York Americana/roots trio RED MOLLY – Laurie MacAllister, Abbie Gardner, and...

Red Molly EP

This New York Americana trio got its organic start at a late-night jam session during the 2004 Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. Laurie MacAllister, Abbie...

My Craziest Dream

Here is my Craziest Dream...
My father is a seasoned pianist and arranger who has played with the likes of Roy Eldridge, Gene Krupa, and Bobby...

James

Country - Alternative

On their latest release, James, Red Molly delivers an eclectic, exciting mix of cover songs by well-known writers (Nanci Griffith, Steve Goodman, Bob Wills, Darrell Scott, etc.), originals, and songs by up-and-coming writers (Jonathan Byrd, Anthony da Costa). The "Mollies" opted to self-produce this album, with talented engineer Mark Dann at the reins. Recording with a drummer (Ben Wittman) for the first time, but keeping the Red Molly signature sound, the ladies delve into some darker material, yet balance it with some hopeful, playful songs. Fred Gillen Jr. sings a beautiful duet on "Gulf Coast Highway" and Herb Gardner (Abbie's father) adds his stride piano chops to "The End of The Line", a Texas swing standard. The venerable Mike Weatherly is back on upright bass, and Jake Armerding guests on fiddle and mandolin, and lends his songwriting talent, on "Falling In". Abbie wrote two songs for the record ("Jezebel" and "Troubled Mind"), and plays lap steel on a couple of tracks. On James, Red Molly has beautifully captured what their fans love about the band: dark and heart-wrenching one moment, fun and uplifting the next.

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