Welcome to my web page! If you're here, you might want to know a little more about who I am.
My name is Molly Jeanne, and I'm a 17 year-old singer songwriter. I've written over 150 original songs, which I perform at venues in New York, Connecticut, Ohio, and Tennessee. I've been lucky enough to earn recognition from American Songwriter Magazine and the Smoky Mountains Songwriting Festival for my songs. When I was 11, I got to record an album of my music at The Tracking Room in Nashville, Tennessee, entitled Made You Look. I'm a proud member of both SESAC and NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International).
During the school year, I get pretty busy - but I make time to share my music at farmers markets and other local events. I'm the featured performer at Samuel’s Sweet Shop, owned by actors Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Hilarie Burton and Paul Rudd. I won second place at Kara Dioguardi's competition Tri-State Rocks, and have continued to work with her organization, Inspired Nation. In Tennessee, I love to sing at Antique Archaeology, The Loveless Café, The Station Inn, and the Smoky Mountain Songwriters Festival. I've been able to share the stage with country, bluegrass, and folk music greats such as Bill Anderson, Carl Jackson, Larry Cordle, Jerry Salley, Bobby Tomberlin, Don Henry, and Tom Paxton. I play the guitar, piano, bell lyre, ukulele, banjolele, mandolin, charango, and mountain dulcimer. Although I love writing songs, I also cover country, bluegrass, and folk tunes, as well as Beatles songs at the annual Fest for Beatles Fans. I've also been a big fan of musicals my whole life and have been able to be a part of a few, from voicing characters in the Magic Tree House Musical series for MTI shows to performing in musicals at the Center for Performing Arts at Rhinebeck.
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