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Saturday 13th July 2019

MOLLY-ANNE with the band of Andy's supported by Exiled (acoustic set) and Kelsey Bovey : 7:30pm

Join Molly-Anne and friends in an intimate, acoustic night of music in aid of TreeSisters: women seeding change.

Treesisters are a charity designed to empower women from the developing world through the reforestation of our precious, tropical rainforests.

Molly-Anne is a young and upcoming ‘Conscious Country’ musician, multi-instrumentalist and award-winning songwriter from local Gloucestershire, UK, bringing a quaint British charm to the Americana genre.

With a soulful, summery, Country inspired-sound fused with elements of indie and folk, Molly accompanies her soft vocals on the harmonica and acoustic guitar.

Writing poetic, upbeat songs and enjoying a joyfully sweet but unabashed live presence, Molly-Anne shines a new perspective on Country music, bringing the genre new ideas about consciousness, spirituality, humanity, beauty, nature and peace. A passionate vegan and environmentalist, Molly hopes to spread love, unity and connection through her songwriting and enjoys a joyful live presence.

Molly-Anne enjoyed sell-out headline shows in her local county on her Sunshine 2018 summer tour and has recently supported folk heroes Noble Jacks, Cara Dillon, Ninebarrow and Alden, Patterson & Dashwood on their UK tours.

Making some noise in her genre, Molly’s original perspective on Country music has attracted some attention and landed her slots at C2C Festival and Buckles & Boots in the summer with her band plus a co-headline tour in March with UK Country artist Danny McMahon.

Supported live by the energetic ‘band of Andy’s’ (Andy Guy on Double Bass & BVs, Andy Chinner on Cahon) plus the occasional appearance from folk fiddler Jules Miller, the band are storming through the British country and folk scene.

Supported by Exiled (acoustic set) and Kelsey Bovey

Expect an evening of soft, summery music by candlelight and a whole load of good vibes for an amazing cause.

"An astounding new talent on the UK folk and country scene, straight out of rural Gloucestershire"
 - Kevin O' Flaherty, Radio Winchcombe
"Molly-Anne is an honest song writer whose down to earth attitude and persona is well reflected in her music"
- Graham Barnes, Country Belles
Doors open 7pm for a 7:30pm start 

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