Molly Thomas is unfiltered ‘south.’ She is the feel and the sound of the southern United States. In an America where food chains, 
homogenized broadcasting and department stores oppress the uniqueness of any time and place, Molly manages to sound untouched 
and singular in her expression. She's vulnerable and stubborn while she honors the themes of loneliness, literature and that ethereal 
humidity that comes with the southern perspective. ~ Matthew Ryan

Previous events

Molly Thomas & Rick Hirsch Duo

Cedar Street Social Club, 4 North Cedar Street , Mobile, Alabama 36602

“Thomas “She’s also a roots-pop singer-songwriter with a strong point-of-view and a way of expressing it that leaves the sharp edges on, often to exhilarating result. There are moments on her new album – Make Everything Bright, which she co-produced with Robert Plant drummer Marco Giovino — when she comes off like a southern Sam Phillips.”

“Hirsch is a songwriter and former guitarist for Joan Armatrading, Cher, Gregg Allman, Billy and the Beaters and a founder of the band Wet Willie. He also had a hit song on Bonnie Raitt's record Luck of the Draw.”

Molly Thomas

Foggy Pine Books, 471 W. King St, ​Boone, NC 28607

This will be a Trio event: (5:00pm) TRIO 2019: TRIO is a traveling exhibit of art, music and literature that celebrates the inspirational power of great storytelling. First conceived by Shari Smith of Working Title Farm, and a writer and singer for "The Shoe Burnin' Show," TRIO is a testament to the way words, music and art can come together around the power of a single story. Each TRIO starts with a book, which is given to a musician and a visual artist, who then write a song, a piece of music, a work of art inspired by the story. In February Foggy Pine Books will welcome some of the TRIO class of 2019 for a special literary event with an incredible soundtrack and awesome art work. We hope you'll join us for this free event and check out some of the books, music, and art promoted by TRIO.

Molly Thomas & The Rare Birds

Ten Sixty Five Music Festival, Downtown Mobile, AL

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5

Walker HayesJake Peavy Foundation Stage / 9PM Top Of The OrangeAlexander Shunnarah Stage / 8:30PM Pick of the LitterCafe Stage / 8PM Wet WillieJake Peavy Foundation Stage / 7:30PM The Red Clay StraysAlexander Shunnarah Stage / 7PM The LizardsCafe Stage / 7PM Molly ThomasJake Peavy Foundation Stage / 6PM Mimi AlidorCafe Stage / 6PM

Molly Thomas & Rick Hirsch Duo

Americana Music Association Event, 2517 White Avenue, Nashville, TN 37204

Baldwin County Public Records is proud to be spearheading The Music of Mobile at the 2018 AMERICANAFEST! Saturday, September 15th from 11am - 6pm at White Avenue Studio

Artists: Eric Erdman, Lisa Mills, Molly Thomas & The Rare Birds(duo), Paw Paws Medicine Cabinet, Will Kimbrough, and Ross Newell

http://www.whiteavenuestudio.com/

Molly Thomas & The Rare Birds

The Mary C. O’Keefe Culttural Center of Arts and Education, 1600 Government Street, Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564

A “Pulitzer Prize-winning evening” in Ocean Springs! Author Jack E. Davis with "The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea” plus songwriter Molly Thomas and special guest New Orleans funkmaster Jon Cleary

Live from The Mary C. O'Keefe Cultural Center of Arts and Education August 25, 2018 at 7 pm

MPB broadcast on September 1, 2018 at 7 pm Join us Saturday, August 27 at 7 pm for a “Pulitzer Prize-winning evening” and after-party with the Thacker Mountain Radio Hour at The Mary C. O’Keefe Culttural Center of Arts and Education (1600 Government Street, Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564).

Doors: 6:30 pm Show: 7 pm After party: 8-9pm

Tickets: $20 – Reserved seating includes after party: https://www.themaryc.org/

Author: Jack E. Davis author of The Gulf: The Making of an American Sea, winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for History

Music: New Orleans funk band, Jon Cleary and His Absolute Monster Gentlemen and Gulf Coast songwriter Molly Thomas and the Rare Birds

After party: Live music, snacks and beverages, reception and book signing.

NOTE: No live broadcast. This show will air on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 7 pm on Mississippi Public Broadcasting.

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