Molly Parden and Max Helgemo w/Larsen Gardens
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6:30pm doors | All Ages (please see Covid policies) | Bar w/ID | All sales are final.
Molly Parden’s career in music is something of a mystery—something that happened to her more than it was ever anything she set out to achieve.In spite of a natural middle-child diffidence and reluctance towards the spotlight, it didn’t take long for Mollyto establish herself as a promethean musical force in Nashville’s vibrant underground and beyond. Since relocating from Atlanta to Music City, Molly has toured the world as a bassist, guitarist, and singer—joining the backing bands of Atlanta's indie songstress, Faye Webster; west coast troubadour Sam Outlaw; and Austin Texas’s boozily existential poet, David Ramirez. The few songs Molly did release garnered millions of plays on streaming platforms and a small body of devoted listeners throughout the world.Finally, Molly gives us “Rosemary”—a handful of fragile indie tunes that are as haunting as they are comforting, beautifully raw and yet just out of reach.From the effortless, transcendent melancholy of “Feel Alive Again,” to the flirty pop nostalgia of “Who are We Kiddin’,” each of Molly’s songs enchants the listener with a disarming union of aloofness and intimacy—timeless tunes in a postmodern soundscape.
About Max Helgemo
Max Helgemo's new album "Looking for an Island" arrives this Fall. Singles "Back at You" and "Taken for a Spin" are available everywhere with more to follow in the coming months.
"His colorful chord selection, and melodic brilliance collectively make Helgemo a modern-day George Harrison." -American Songwriter
“Helgemo’s music feels like a healing journey...“ -Stereofox
"Uncovered is an immersive delight to the senses, its soundscape a textured experience of ambience and soothing bright acoustics. His singing is seductive, his lyrics achingly distinctive; simply put, we cannot wait to hear what he comes out with next..." -Atwood Magazine