The ArtsCenter Photoblog

October 16, 2009

Red Molly Concert

Filed under: Music — Tags: , , , — Lyndsay Booth @ 6:28 pm

The women of Red Molly delivered a crowd pleasing performance at the ArtsCenter last night. The New York based group delivered two 45 minute sets of Americana, an acoustic mix of bluegrass, country, blues, folk and several other traditions. In addition to showcasing their amazing three part vocal harmonies, the women of Red Molly really opened up to the audience, bantering with them in between songs and even holding a question and answer session in the middle of the set. Check out some photos of this awesome group.

-Lyndsay

The members of Red Molly preform. From left Abbie Gardner, Laurie MacAllister and Carolann Solebello.

The members of Red Molly perform. From left Abbie Gardner, Laurie MacAllister and Carolann Solebello.

Laurie MacAllister watches during Abbie Gardner's solo.

Laurie MacAllister watches during Abbie Gardner's solo.

Carolann Solebello sings and plays the guitar.

Carolann Solebello sings and plays the guitar.

Laurie MacAllister sing sings and plays the banjo.

Laurie MacAllister sings and plays the banjo.

Abbie Gardner concentrates as she plays.

Abbie Gardner concentrates and keeps time with her foot as she plays.

After a special request from the audience, Red Molly closes the shows like they opened it: acapella.

After a special request from the audience Red Molly closes the shows like they opened it: acapella.

Red Molly delivers a one song encore.

Red Molly delivers a one song encore.

The Red Molly logo on Laurie McAllister's banjo.

The Red Molly logo on Laurie McAllister's banjo.

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1 Comment »

  1. Hi

    Great Red Molly photos! Some of the best I’ve seen.

    But then what you expect from the Arts Center Photoblog. 🙂

    Our only reget is that we didn’t geat to HEAR them. 😦

    HWT

    Comment by Herman Tempelman — October 17, 2009 @ 9:55 am


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