Los Angeles Musician—-Molly Moore

Los Angeles, CA musician


Molly Moore is a genuine chameleon who writes songs from deep within. In her recently recorded songs available on Soundcloud like “Natural Disaster”,“Hallucinating”, and “Break”, the singer/songwriter moves seamlessly from lighter folk-influenced sounds through to darker and sometimes edgy pop that comes from a variety of influences. Her songs beckon and feed off of a large audience of diverse listeners.


“Molly’s current influences include newcomers Sam Smith and Banks. Molly has even been compared to highly regarded 90’s singers like Suzanne Vega, Joan Osborne and Lisa Loeb.”


As you may expect, developing these styles comes from an early age. Molly hails from the Bronx & grew up in Westchester, New York.
Fast forward to adulthood and Molly has moved to Los Angeles, initially as a writer. But response was swift and her songs “Ready For Love” and “Hollow”were picked up and transformed into uncharacteristic EDM successes by Canadian Felix Cartal and veteran Dutch duo Dubvision. She signed with manager Ric Aliberte  and has worked with a variety of producers, mainly with Steve Dresser (signed to songwriter/producer Busbee & BMG) to help hone her sound. Molly has been working closely with singer/songwriter Brandyn Burnette (Sony ATV, with songs recorded internationally by Jake Miller, Auryn, Hedley, and others), with whom she traveled to Sweden and Norway in May 2014 on a songwriting junket for BMG.

Amazing talent and happy to share Molly with new fans and her supportive fan base already.

Please follow her on her Twitter Page for more information

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