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Bold, Americana Harmonies

The trio that fills the room, Red Molly, performing live as part of  The Great Water Music Festival

WOLFEBORO, NH, July 23, 2019 – Great Waters Music Festival (GWMF) is so excited to have Red Molly share their beautiful harmonies this 2019 season. The trio of singer-songwriters, Abbie Gardner, Laurie MacAllister, and Molly Venter, will perform on Friday, August 2, 2019 at Anderson Hall in Wolfeboro, NH at 7:30pm.

Forming in 2004, Red Molly has inspired countless female trios and has since reinvented themselves as a high-octane five-piece band in 2017. They remain a dominant force on the Americana/Folk scene due in part to their laughter and spontaneity onstage.

Known for their 3-part harmony, their songs and arrangements lay bare a love of vocal blend. The band weaves together threads of American music—from country & blues to folk & bluegrass. Their innovative instrumentation is suited for roots-rock and heartfelt ballads alike, and the alchemy of their personalities onstage draws even back row listeners into a sense of intimacy. Red Molly is simply a joy to experience.

Director of the Great Waters Music Festival, Cheryll Andrews, commented, “This trio embraces the power and fun of the female voice. Their wide-ranged harmonies fill any room.”

Tickets are only $20-25 and can easily be purchased online at

GWMF plans to continue the season all summer long with a line up of two more incredible acts ranging from jazz to the blues.

About Great Waters Music Festival:
Founded in 1995, Great Waters Music Festival is a non-profit organization dedicated to culturally enriching New Hampshire’s Lakes Region.  Dr. Gerald Mack, Director of the Worcester Chorus and a former professor at the Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford, founded the non-profit summer festival to encompass a diversified program designed to appeal to a variety of musical tastes. More importantly, Great Waters Music Festival was created to promote live musical performances including choral, symphonic, folk, pop, jazz, Broadway, dance, and renowned vocal and instrumental artists, both amateur and professional alike, for the benefit of the Lakes Region.

For more information about Great Waters Music Festival visit or call Cheryll Andrews at 603-569-7710.

For pre-performance interviews or on-air performances, please contact Maura Webster at or at 774-249-5582. 


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