| Vocals, guitar|
| March 20, 1979 (age 36) (1979-03-20) |
Bully! Pulpit Records
Nettwerk Music Group
Singer-songwriter · mollyjenson.com
Independent Music Award for Best Album - Pop
Sam Outlaw, Eve Selis, Jordan Pundik, Jon Foreman, Sean Watkins
Molly Jenson Wikipedia
Molly Rachel Jenson (born March 20, 1979) is a singer/songwriter from San Diego, California.
At age twelve, Jenson was a vocalist in her first band, named "GALS". The band was composed of several of her classmates. For about a year, Jenson was a vocalist with the Christian rock band, Everybodyduck, which toured California for several years playing Christian churches and camps. Other members of the band included Darin McWatters as the lead vocalist, guitarists Josh Blanken, Cory Knapp and Tim Sovinec, and drummer Mike Day.
She won the award for "Best Acoustic Act" at the 2007 San Diego Music Awards. In April 2007, Teen Vogue Magazine named her "One of the three best new artists on MySpace". In 2007, she collaborated with Switchfoot lead singer Jon Foreman on his solo Spring EP. In May, 2008, she signed to producer Mark Joseph's Bully! Pulpit Records, in a joint partnership with Nettwerk Music Group (home to top artists like Sarah McLachlan, Avril Lavigne and The Cardigans). Her first album on Bully! Pulpit/Nettwerk "Maybe Tomorrow", produced by Greg Laswell, was released worldwide on March 3, 2009, featuring a duet with Foreman titled "Do You Only Love The Ones Who Look Like You." In September 2008 Jenson's song "Give It Time" was selected to appear in the Freshman Survival Kit, which went out to 75,000 incoming college freshman. In the fall of 2008, Jenson's song, "Wait For You Here," was used in the premiere of the new NBC Television show Knight Rider, while another song "Give It Time" was used in the CW show Privileged. More recently, Molly Jenson was featured on Sherwood's third album, Qu on the song "Worn".
Jenson toured in Japan in 2008 and has toured in the United States and Europe.
Jenson's work has been compared to many other musicians. In 2009, Relevant Magazine drew comparisons to Mazzy Star and Leona Naess while crosswalk.com likened her to Missy Higgins, Bethany Dillon, A Fine Frenzy, and Ingrid Michelson.
In 2010, Dean Nelson reported that Teen Vogue saw similarities to the sounds of Norah Jones and Sheryl Crowe, while drawing his own comparisons to Joni Mitchell and Bette Midler.
Maybe Tomorrow (released April 2005 — re-released March 3, 2009)
- Give It Time (4:09)
- Beginning Here (4:10)
- Maybe Tomorrow (3:45)
- Thinking of You (3:42)
- And You Were (2:36)
- The Edgy 8 Ball Song (4:26)
- Alongside You (3:02)
- Alongside You (Part 2) (1:52)
- Wednesday (1:45)
- I'm Sorry For Me (5:09)
- Thank You My Friend (4:37)
- Wait For You Here (4:49)
- Do You Only Love The Ones Who Look Like You (3:46)