Molly Hardin In The Bourbon Bar

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Born into a musical family, Molly Hardin came out singing and never stopped. With a mother in the Seattle Opera, a grandmother as first violin of her own string quartet and concert master of the Portland City Orchestra, a jazz bass player for a grandfather, and uncle Tim Hardin with his 70s chart topping hit If I Were a Carpenter. Molly Hardin’s musical influences run deep and varied.

Molly’s singing career started early in her life. Performing with her sister as the M & M Sisters in church and later touring with Northwest Girl Choir. Molly wrote her first song, I Can Build a Miracle at age 11 and was invited up to the stage to sing at Bumbershoot. Since then Molly Studied at LCC as a music major and has gone on to write 3 full albums worth of music. Molly has just released the single Live Your Life which was written in memory of her father Richard Munger and nephew Benjamin Dressler as well as a four song acoustic EP she released this past summer.

Molly is planning to release her debut full length album in 2016 and is currently working on her first stage musical in addition to other projects.
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By: Columbia City Theater

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