Wayward Molly, a band that claimed has been together for "about a minute and a half", took the audience in an entirely different, and wonderful direction from the opening act. (They admitted to not being able to pigeonhole their music - is it FolkGrass Celtic Rock, or something like that?) With tight harmonies, great song selection, and fine musicianship, the IAMA Local Concert crowd experienced what many of us thought might be one of the first local performances of a band that will go places. This is a group to watch. And listen to. We all look forward to great things from this fantastic group. - Kevin Jones, President, Intermountain Acoustic Music Association
It's 3 days later & I'm STILL pondering on Saturday night's concert....what beautiful harmony (normal from you guys), what TALENT! (normal from you guys), what an amazingly wonderful concert! (normal from you guys)....so if I've been to almost all of your performances, why did Saturday night's show touch me so much? Was it just where I was at? Or did anyone else feel that? I felt unified completely with you gals, I felt unified completely with the whole audience. And I felt connected with myself & with Source. What a gift you four talented women bring to the world sharing your musical gifts! Thank you...I know that I grew & felt love...that's the POINT, right? :) - Catherine Gray, fan
Jani, Allison and Mona, what an astounding show Friday night at the IAMA Local Concert! Any chance you'd be opening for Bonnie Rait, Tim O'Brien, Mumford, John Prine or Lyle Lovett? In another year, they'll be begging to open for Wayward Molly! - Mark Cantor, host of The Fret & Fiddle show, KRCL Salt Lake City
FROM OUR FANS:
"Heavenly Harmony!" "Multidimensional, phenomenal ladies." "Epic." "Last night's show in Ogden was everything we've come to expect from this amazing band! Thank you for sharing your gifts! And... Thanks for working so hard to perfect your songs."