Molly Jeanne is a 15 year-old singer songwriter. She has written close to 200 original songs, which she performs at venues in New York, Connecticut, Virginia and Tennessee. Her songs have earned recognition from American Songwriter Magazine and the Smoky Mountains Songwriters Festival. When she was 11, Molly Jeanne recorded an album of her original songs at The Tracking Room in Nashville, Tennessee, entitled Made You Look. Molly Jeanne is also a proud member of both SESAC and NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International).
When home in New York, while busy with schoolwork, she makes time to share her music at farmers markets and other local events. She is also the featured performer at Samuel’s Sweet Shop, owned by actors Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Hilarie Burton and Paul Rudd. This past June, she sang at the 3-day Country Living Fair.
Molly Jeanne has shared the stage with country, bluegrass, and folk music greats such as Bill Anderson, Carl Jackson, Larry Cordle, Jerry Salley, Bobby Tomberlin, Don Henry, and Tom Paxton. She is a multi-instrumentalist, playing the guitar, piano, bell lyre, ukulele, banjolele, mandolin, charango, and mountain dulcimer. Although her original music is her first love, she also covers country, bluegrass, and folk tunes, as well as Beatles songs at the Fest for Beatles Fans. Molly Jeanne also lends her voice talent to the Magic Tree House Musical CDs. It is Molly Jeanne’s dream to sing on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. Her website is www.mollyjeannemusic.com, which features her music and some of the stories behind her songs.