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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 Gardner and Carolann Solebello were brought together by a love of traditional American music, old gospel, bluegrass, and the old-timey songs of contemporary artists like Gillian Welch and Alison Krauss. In April 2005, Red Molly released their debut recording, a 4-song EP that has enjoyed enthusiastic reviews from audiences and critics alike.
"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."
Frank Matheis, Host, “Frank’s Picks”, WKZE FM (Sharon, CT)