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Molly Gene One Whoaman Band / Press

“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”

“Molly Gene One Whoaman Band, is a highly talented and unique songstress well worth checking out. She hails from Warrensburg, Missouri, where she grew up on a farm, and it definitely comes through in her music...you know, that whole rural, down-home quality that simply cannot be faked. What's more, she plays her blues and country all by her lonesome, simultaneously strumming and pickin' and the strings of her guitar, stomping and kicking the various pedals on her Farmer foot drums, blowing her harp, and releasing line after line of slightly gravelly and expressive vocals that can shift from low gear intensity to high gear energy in an instant...oh, and with a bit of crooning here and there as well. That's right, Molly is the real deal.”

“-Molly delivers a delta blues bombast of booze soaked vocals, hound dog harmonica, swampified guitars and drums that sound like something between John Bonham and a bar fight. -She calls her music Delta Thrash and it could be compared to a very pissed off Janis Joplin (with RL Burnside on guitar)”

“People who complain that “they don’t make them like they used to” should take note: Molly Gene still does, and then some.”

“I have always liked music with a little edge to it and for me, some thirty years her senior, it seems as if she’s made an amalgamation of many musical influences well beyond her years, tossed them in a vat of sour mash, distilled them to her taste and served it all back up straight from the bottle. Come on, go ahead, rip the cork out with your teeth and take long pull on that bottle ... it’ll only sting for a minute.”

“Molly Gene, “The One Whoaman Band” is nothing at all like any one-person band you have ever seen or heard. She is not a novelty act; she is the real deal, and she plays genuine deep Blues. It’ll cut you to the bone. Her latest CD, “Hillbilly Love”, is one of the grittiest, gutsiest and aggressive Blues albums I have ever heard, and I had heard a lot.”

“From the depths of the one-man band underground there has emerged an undeniably impressive female singer/songwriter -- a one-woman band, rather -- whose dirty blues and raw country sound is quickly earning her a place among the more notable artists of that particular movement. Molly Dyer, better known as 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 across as androgynous but remain entirely feminine, join together with her big plugged-in guitar sound to form songs that are as wicked as a desert rattlesnake, as sharp as a straight razor, as fiery as a sip of backwoods moonshine, as sultry as summer nights in the Deep South, and nearly as sexy as Molly herself.”

“Molly Gene is a one woman band no not a one man band...a one WHOAman band! She has a raspy voice and when she plays she has a powerful energy that sweats out of her pores. Playing guitar, harmonica and her footdrum at the same time with a strong influence of the delta blues, will have you dancin before the night is over.”

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“In the Kansas City area there are a number of these underground Blues acts, but one of the best is an impetuous young woman known as Molly Gene- the One Whoa-man Band. There are those who may think a one person band is a novelty act, but Molly Gene will put to rest any preconceived opinions. She plays guitar (electric and acoustic), slide guitar, harmonica and a contraption called foot drums, which are nothing less than a small version of a drum set played entirely with one’s feet. She sings with a voice that is ragged and gravelly well beyond her 23 years. Last year she released her CD entitled “Hillbilly Love”, which was a collection of harsh, aggressive, hard hitting and original Blues. The songs she writes are honest and 100 percent real Blues. With that honesty she has developed a devoted following and plays bars and clubs that are off the beaten path, and not always places you would go to hear Blues music.”

"Molly Gene is one hell of a lady. Mastery of many simultaneous tasks is not for the faint of heart, but she has it on lock down. This one whoaman band is here to knock your socks off, and she sure as shit will. For fans of Tom Waits, Lead Belly and Whiskey.

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