hello guys, this is molly. i can't believe it's this time of year already! i've gotten many e-mails over the years asking for a holiday song. well i finally did one. i love this song. and the night that i missed my train (two days ago) i learned the chords then recorded my own version. [knowing me i will most likely try it again once i know it better ;)] i wish all of you a wonderful end to this year and beginning to the next. go get your free song: if you're not on my e-mail list or checking my blog, I put up the free song for everyone there too. blog: http://mollyzenobiastemporaryblogurl.com e-mail list & members section: http://www.mollyzenobia.com/members.php cheers in the season of whiskey, egg-nog & lights. all the best~ ~molly zenobia
We are digging into three songs to start. The songs have already been chosen, and a few other fantastic people have jumped on board!!! We'll let you know as it all unfolds.
Bruce Swedian certainly designed a lovely studio... but who's surprised? Step one? pressed record and I started playing. We're going to start choosing and developing which songs we want to start with.
Thank you to Mistress Laura @ WMBR for the great plug. You can hear it for the August 4th 2008 archive at WMBR.org. There are more details about it on molly's blog. Want to call in a request? We'd love it! :) Call: 617-253-8810
We have 4 shows in the Boston area booked! Including, T.T. the Bears, Cloud Club, & The Lily Pad. Please check the shows section for the details.
The first day in the studio is September 1st. We will periodically be posting videos and such from the studio in the Members Section, so check it out.
For those of you who didn't hear the news, the very lovely and talented Matt Malley and Molly Zenobia are producing her next album together. We'll let you know the details as we figure them out!
Well, we were packed! We are so grateful to all the people who sold out the performance this past Saturday. Thank you to everyone willing to sit on the floor, and in any chair we could manage to find! :) This is the second time I've performed at the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts and as always a pleasure. The Swallow Song Festival is an event sure to grow. Expect some footage for the members section on it's way from the extremely productive director of the Beatrice Wood Center for the Arts, Kevin Wallace over the next couple of weeks.
November Antique is now out and available (all pre-orders are already in the mail or at your door) You can buy the album directly through my site here, or through CDbaby. 'November Antique' is a rare recording of a live show. It is unadorned and from the heart. It is printed on recycled materials and uses soy inks. The recording was sponsored by some killer microphone companies, and upped into top quality by Capitol Mastering. All-in-all with the luck of catching an out-of-control performance with such high quality equipment this CD is not to be passed up. You can read even more about it under, Profile.