Molly Tuttle is no stranger to Acoustic Tuesday, but there has never been an official artist feature on her. That changes this week…
Molly Tuttle flatpicks with surgical precision, her phrasing is unique, and she sings with a magical voice. Her original tunes are crafted with expertise and the musicality she brings to every situation is her super power.
Molly has been on Acoustic Tuesday roughly 4 times:
- Playing this 1935 Martin
- Playing a Chuck Lee Banjo
- Playing this Preston Thompson guitar
- Playing this Pre-War Guitar
And now she officially has an artist feature! This is long overdue because Molly is one of the top modern flatpickers that I have ever heard.
Molly has a knack for finding space and letting a tune breathe all the while balancing her high level flatpicking ability. She is the type of picker that never seems to over play; she plays what’s right, when it’s right… nothing more and nothing less.
Molly is most associated with the acoustic guitar but she is an outstanding banjo player as well. In fact, she often brings the old time clawhammer style of banjo to her guitar which can be heard on the song “Save This Heart” from her EP “Rise.”
The bottom line is: if you like amazing flatpicking, incredible tone, an outstanding voice, and appreciate original music. Molly’s new EP is one for you. If you are looking for a flatpicker that will make you think differently about bluegrass guitar you very much need to know of Molly.
Molly Tuttle Links
- Artist Site
- Tour Dates
- Buy Rise (Album)
- Buy The Old Apple Tree (Album)
- Buy Molly Tuttle and John Mailander (Album)