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//Colors Run from album November Antique
I remember this song. :) It was fall, and it came out one slow day on the very piano I'm playing it on in the recording. It is still so personal. Sometimes you change, but the one you love can't. Sometimes you can see change, but others cannot. There is struggle in following ones vision, but never stop. ~molly zenobia
//Whirlpool from album Wind Chains
Six years of Latin, wonderful teachers, a sense of a stuck world, and a broken heart later... I wanted to create movement the movement of yesterday's reflection to today. We still have so much to learn. Do you know how to honor something?.
//Wind Chains
Awake at night. Holding on to your everything. So you woke him with candle light. He was such a beauty. Poseidon begins to breathe. Aeolus your daughter flies.




Molly Zenobia’s music is soulful

...visceral, and vast. She will reconnect you with something that you’ve forgotten about yourself, calling up instincts and memories long buried by the pressures of life. She makes you remember, helps you to work through what was, and guides you to the re-embrace of soul and a sense of self.

Profile Photo 2 "Music is so important because it has the power to keep us in the present, something that's become so hard to do in the rest of our lives. A live performance delivers that feeling particularly well.


Profile Photo 3 Molly has opened for the Foo Fighters, and played on the same bill with Hans-Joachim Roedelius, Rachel Sage, Edie Carey, Mila Drumke and the Dresden Dolls as well as at numerous festivals around the country. She is also currently collaborating with Roedelius on an album as well as working on her fourth album with one of the founding members of the Counting Crows, Matt Malley.

Regardless of whether she is playing a large rock club, intimate piano bar, collaborating on experimental improvisations, or scoring a film, Molly's music will leave you sated. "We have so much input these days that we forget that simple is powerful. I may have a lot of production or no production on my albums, but what emerges is always one message, raw, simple, and yours."


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