New Music – Molly Jenson: Maybe Tomorrow

 

“We get a lot CDs to review at MOVIEGUIDE®, but  this is one of the best. Molly’s unique blend of folk and popular music will appeal to a broad audience.” – Dr. Ted Baehr

Quality:  * * * *   Acceptability:  +4

WARNING CODES:

Language:  None

RELEASE:  March 3, 2009

ARTIST:  Molly Jenson

PRODUCER: Greg Laswell

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER:  Mark Joseph

LABEL: Bully! Pulpit Records

DISTRIBUTOR:  Nettwerk Music Group

CONTENT: (C, Ro, M)  Light Christian Worldview with some romantic elements,  and emotional trials and tribulations in life and in relationships.

GENRE:  Popular/Folk/Independent

INTENDED AUDIENCE:  Fans of Joy Williams, Sixpence None The Richer, Sheryl Crow, and Tristan Prettyman

REVIEW: Molly Jenson is an up and coming performer.  She has captivated audiences with her lyrics, humor, emotion, and spirituality. She has a haunting quality to her voice and an ability to reach the heart and unlock hopes and emotions.

Molly grew up in the church, but this is not a worship-oriented CD, but rather one intended to be enjoyed by both Christians and non-Christians. Her music does have reference to prayer,  faith and God, but most of it focuses on her relationships and her persona in dealing with her flaws, hopes and dreams.

We get a lot CDs to review at MOVIEGUIDE®, but  this is one of the best.  Molly’s unique blend of folk and popular music will appeal to a broad audience.

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