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this girl deserves more coverage!

i bought this album before molly took it off to re-release it with bully pulpit records way back last year and it was one of the soundtracks to my summer, there's no wonder she is getting so much praise in california at the moment but she deserves more coverage over here as she is a much more talented colbie caillat singer/songwriter. I am a massive fan of jon foreman and ever since hearing his song 'march (a prelude to spring) in which molly is on, i had to have something else with her voice on it. check out her videos with jon foreman on youtube because they are pretty entertaining. you will not be disappointed with this girl and i hope she goes far, she is a hidden gem!

Biography

Born: 20 March 1979 in California

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Molly Jenson, a singer/songwriter whose sparkling, heartfelt songs nod to Sheryl Crow and Aimee Mann, began to make a name for herself in small venues throughout California in the early 2000s. Aided by producer Greg Laswell, a singer/songwriter in his own right who co-wrote Jenson's debut, Jenson completed her first album, Maybe Tomorrow, in the spring of 2005. Thanks to a tireless gigging schedule, the ever-rising popularity of her MySpace profile, and a collaboration with Switchfoot frontman Tim...
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