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PiginaPen
May-29-2017, 8:59am
I've been listening to this video 20 times a day for 2 weeks. Should I get help?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=y9uLjD76vsA&ebc=ANyPxKrGkuz5RU0yefdkxhBcQGW6bi2djLprJu9pWcri_I hEfDiTjEk3_YpV1cut4M0c8B1U_pGDx6WKuJ4ItKYm1Wqu1mSp FQ

UsuallyPickin
May-29-2017, 9:38am
Yeah .... an excellent player with a fine set of pipes and a killer smile ....... I hope to catch her in a live concert someday. R/

Bertram Henze
May-29-2017, 11:34am
280 times? Bad case. It's the banjo player, right? :grin:

PiginaPen
May-29-2017, 12:27pm
280 times? Bad case. It's the banjo player, right? :grin:

It's just Molly's voice. The banjo player is just distracting. The bass player is almost unnoticeable which is good for this song! I keep listening wondering what a mando would sound like in the mix? The Greatful Dead wrecked this song, Chris Thile over played it, Flatt Lonesome did a nice job but Molly set the bar so high only a fool would dare to sing it now...lest be compared.

Charles E.
May-29-2017, 6:47pm
What impresses me about Molly is her clawhammer style on guitar in addition to her voice.
A talent for sure.

William Smith
May-29-2017, 7:06pm
I've been listening to this video 20 times a day for 2 weeks. Should I get help?

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=y9uLjD76vsA&ebc=ANyPxKrGkuz5RU0yefdkxhBcQGW6bi2djLprJu9pWcri_I hEfDiTjEk3_YpV1cut4M0c8B1U_pGDx6WKuJ4ItKYm1Wqu1mSp FQ

No ya don't need help. I've been checkin her out for years and its fair to say I love her stuff! very killer:cool:

Don Grieser
May-29-2017, 7:32pm
Looking forward to seeing her at Pagosa Folk n Bluegrass in a couple weeks. She's the real deal.

CarlM
May-29-2017, 10:32pm
It was a huge disappointment last year at Kaufman Kamp when she had to cancel due to medical problems with her hands. It is good to hear she is performing again. However with all respect to her wonderful rendition, THIS version is the bar she and everyone else is trying to get over. With mandolin and mandola in the mix along with the best bass playing ever. It is hypnotic and addictive and everything else.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5p0AryAE6Bw

Luna Pick
May-29-2017, 10:55pm
That's another great version with more of my favorite players, thanks for sending. I like both versions, and probably others I haven't heard yet.

Josh Levine
May-29-2017, 10:56pm
Saw her with Joe K Walsh on Mando... obviously a great show.

Ivan Kelsall
May-30-2017, 1:57am
I've watched her (via YouTube clips) for a long while now, & i think that she's terrific. She has a fine voice,& she's developed into a good 'flat picker' on guitar as well as being a good finger picker. She's a hugely talented young woman,
Ivan

MikeZito
May-30-2017, 6:44am
This is the Molly Tuttle video one that I'm addicted to:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjCAxI8Mbok

PiginaPen
May-30-2017, 8:01am
This is the Molly Tuttle video one that I'm addicted to:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EjCAxI8Mbok

WOW! I had no idea she knew her way around a mando. :mandosmiley:

Bertram Henze
May-30-2017, 9:03am
WOW! I had no idea she knew her way around a mando. :mandosmiley:

Inadvertent mando content? Coincidences are kind of creepy. ~:>

But since a guitar player with mando ability should arrive at the only logical consequence - here goes:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H9-W9N0XB8A

I only wish they hadn't forgotten to remove those dangling price tags...

Philphool
May-30-2017, 3:31pm
Yep. Molly has come a long way since the days when she wore the neat hat.

Hoosier
Jun-07-2017, 3:41pm
I was glad to see she was on the program Friday at the John Hartford Memorial Festival in Bean Blossom this past week. I had checked out some Youtube's but honestly she blew me away, so much more than I expected. Her set was at the same time a popular artist was holding a workshop. The one's who went to that missed out. The crowd gave her a very appreciative response at the end of her set. I got this one on my phone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXHm4RuXWUM

Dagger Gordon
Jun-07-2017, 4:23pm
Yeah, she's good.
I notice she had her guitar plugged in in your video Hoosier. I read the Acoustic Guitar articles about her recently and it seemed she liked to play into a mic, but she looked to be getting a good live sound there.

Geno
Jun-07-2017, 6:34pm
Here's a wonderful rendition of Gentle On My Mind by Molly featuring some tasty mandolin by Joe Walsh.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTj_wY_6Tas

PiginaPen
Jun-07-2017, 6:40pm
Molly is better with mando!

dcav
Jun-07-2017, 8:03pm
A Beautiful Young Girl, with a Golden Voice, and Killer Chops........what's not to like. I've heard her live a few times.....she's special. If she wants it, commercial success will surely follow. Go for it Molly!

Nate Lee
Jun-07-2017, 11:01pm
Molly's "Rain and Snow" video is one of my all time favorite musical performances. She has a new album out, which I just ordered. Can't wait to hear it!

https://www.mollytuttlemusic.com/store

bbcee
Jun-09-2017, 6:48am
Thanks for the heads up, Nate, I just bought it as well.

Funny, I was coincidently in touch with Jack last week to buy one of his mandolin instruction books. I learned from his site all about his kids, including that Molly is a prodigy on guitar. One week later, I find out thru this thread that she WAS a prodigy, is now graduated from Berklee, and is starting to make her mark. Go Molly!

BradKlein
Jun-09-2017, 8:06am
https://www.mollytuttlemusic.com/single-post/2017/06/02/Rise-EP-is-now-available

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BradKlein
Jun-09-2017, 8:55am
...but Molly set the bar so high only a fool would dare to sing it now...lest be compared.

I respectfully disagree. Molly's Rain and Snow is a variation on the Peter Rowan quartet version, and I don't think it's her strongest material. Personally, I am drawn to her skills as a flatpicker, and an emerging songwriter - her new EP features all originals. She obviously believes in keeping an active online musical presence and it offers some real insight into a still-young artist, searching for the material and direction that best suits her.

I shot video (working for the artists and event) of her set at a 2015 performance, that for various reasons wasn't released. I'll revisit that audio and video this year and if she's interested in releasing a song or two, that'll be a treat.

Dagger Gordon
Jun-09-2017, 10:40am
The first version of Rain And Snow I think I heard was by the English group Pentangle on their 1971 album Reflection with Jacqui McShee on vocals.
John Renbourn played sitar on it.

I saw them live around that time. They were some band.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wleTuLZL4Ro

Don Grieser
Jun-26-2017, 12:29pm
A clip from her set at Pagosa.

https://soundcloud.com/hillbillychambermusic/molly-tuttle-white-frtlnr

PJ Doland
Jun-26-2017, 1:21pm
Hopefully this doesn't sound creepy, but I've been watching her grow up over the last decade on YouTube.

I really hope she finds some commercial success. She deserves it.

PiginaPen
Jun-26-2017, 2:18pm
Hopefully this doesn't sound creepy, but I've been watching her grow up over the last decade on YouTube.

I really hope she finds some commercial success. She deserves it.

It only sounds creepy to someone with Daddy issues. My prediction is that Carina Baker will be next in line. She will have to (sadly) split from the family gig to make it happen though. She's 15 and just needs a good vocal coach, few years and the sky is the limit. She can already pic like Sierra Hull did at 15.

Bob Visentin
Jun-27-2017, 5:03pm
Her farther is Jack Tuttle.

twangdog
Jun-28-2017, 12:05am
Thank you for posting.

I can't believe that I haven't heard her before. Spent three hours this afternoon going through her YouTube stuff. She's amazing - a true star rising. And, I must say, I'm a bit jealous of her lifestyle in Nashville. To be in your twenties, surrounded by young, talented musicians -- looks like a damned good time to me. I'll be cheering her on from LA, buying her recordings, and seeing her perform when she's nearby.