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Molly Parden / Blog

My Life

I am in limbo right now.

I'm hesitant to put up finished recordings of old songs because they are becoming trite. New songs have not been recorded and it quietly hurts my heart and my head. I'm currently looking into new and old sources in order to finish recording (and mixing and polishing) my first compilation of tunes. It's a bit overwhelming and I feel lost most days, like it will never really happen. But I am determined to keep trying! My most powerful setback is my lack of financial support. I hope to organise a Kickstarter in a month or so to offer friends and strangers alike an opportunity to help me fund this little adventure. For now, I thank you for following me. Besides Daniel, Tyler Lyle and Andrew Combs are three artists well worth looking into. They're all about to erupt onto the South's music scene.

Angelie  (about 5 years ago)

I share your exact sentiments and "lack of financial support". I too will not give up, but most days feel lost and like it's just a dream- despite people urging me to make CD's. I wish some of those people would give me money to help in the process. My musical dreams have been stunted by heart problems which is what brought me to Atlanta in the first place. I figured if I could travel all the way to Atlanta for 6 heart procedures and pacemaker check-ups, I certainly can perform at Eddie's. I LOVE that place.

Keep on keepin' on, and you'll be in my thoughts.