Molly Gene and Colonel Gibber
Sounds Like: Reverend Deadeye, Bob Log III, Scott H. Biram, Joe Buck Yourself !, Mississippi Fred McDowell
Label: Solid Audio Productions, Solid Audio Productions
Manager: Solid Audio Productions
Bio: "Molly Gene One Whoaman Band, is a down-home young woman, all cowboy boots and t-shirts and flannels, all soul and grit and fire. Her bottleneck slide technique is reminiscent of the old blues greats, though with a rock 'n' roll edge. Her raspy whiskey and cigarettes vocals, which do not come acr...See Full Bio
Molly Gene One Whoaman Band has a show on 06/18/2014 at 09:00 PM @ Lucky's E... in Wichita, KS http://www.reverbnation.com/p/EnwWEQ #concert
“Warrensburg, Missouri is where Molly and her original sounds hail from. This music ain’t wearisome poetry being recited by Jewel in a coffee house. No, Ma’am…Instead, it’s jam-packed full of in-your-face attitude from an adorable lady who stomps on stage with her cowgirl boots on. Lyrically it’s on the subject of rural life in a small town and musically it’s an even balance of rage complimenting an A capella heartache”
Ask Molly Gene One Whoaman Band anything...
Q: I dig your slide style, the phrasing and overall sound. Very percussive, and sharp. What tunings do you use?
A: Several, standard, open G, D, and A with the low notes tuned to an octave.
Asked by Black Cat Bone. Answered on Mon Jan 13 2014All Questions