Garage Rock with a bluesy angle Miss Molly Simms
She has an interest in old 78’s, ancient hollow body guitars, saint louie, strange people, the past, sad country tunes, raunchy blues and brings us fantastic garage, blues country inspired music. Miss Molly Simms from Saint Louis is known for her roughneck operatic voice which packs a lungful of dusty soul. Miss Molly Simms can sweep the floor with tender.
Studio Album Borrowed and Sold
In April 2016 she released “Borrowed and Sold” which is an easy listenable album filled with solid guitar riffs, catchy choruses and above all noticeble for the attractive voice of Miss Molly Simms. his is her third pressing and second full lenght album. “Estella”, the opening song is maybe the best example to show how Simms’ voice takes you away. Like in Wanda Jacksons “funnel of love”, this is the instrument you want to hear in the song.
Shared stages and recording a new album
She has shared stages with Wanda Jackson, Chuck Berry, Rev. Horton Heat, Barrence Whitfield and more. Her new record was tracked live at Loud House Studios in South City through a soundboard that Ike and Tina used in the 1970’s; co-produced with Zagk Gibbons of CaveofSwords and Old Capital Square Dance Club, and was mastered by Brian Lucey of L.A., most known for his work on The Black Key’s Brothers and El Camino..
Miss Molly Simms “Heartfelt Road Trip Through the Rustic Struggles of a Working Class Prodigal
According to Molly Simms Website: “The album’s 10 all original tracks act as a heartfelt road trip through the rustic struggles of a working class prodigal. The familiar sights pass by: love, loss, drinking, dying. But Molly navigates this age-old, blues/country terrain with a rock ’n’ roll beat; revealing both a hard-worn grace and a lonely courage beyond her years”.