PETER BRADLEY ADAMS' music has appeared in 40+ films and television shows including recent placements in CBS' "The Mentalist," CW's "One Tree Hill," ABC's "Brothers and Sisters," as well as the Miramax film, "Everybody's Fine." Peter Bradley Adams was formerly one half of the duo, Eastmountainsouth, signed by Robbie Robertson (of The Band) to DreamWorks Records in 2002. Peter co-produced their debut album with Mitchell Froom, and the duo toured extensively opened for Lucinda Williams, Tracy Chapman, and performed their final show at the Hollywood Bowl, opening for Lyle Lovett and Shelby Lynn. As a solo artist, Adams has released four albums and was called, one of the "21st-century writers whose songs are worth exploring," by the Wall Street Journal. He is here on the Red Clay Theatre stage tonight in support of his newest release, "Between Us."
Somewhere nestled between the warmth of Mindy Smith’s melodies, the peppy lyrics of Ingrid Michaelson, and the unforgettable vocals of Dolly Parton was born the musical stylings of MOLLY PARDEN. Molly appeals to that part of listeners who long for the nostalgia of folk music, with lyrics that remind us of a kind of simple love, the kind of love that catches your breath and let’s you know that you’re not alone. With a voice soft enough to make you listen and a message clear enough to stand out, Molly woos her audience tenderly, strumming an acoustic guitar, sliding a bow against her violin, and singing with an affection that speaks to each and every listener. In a musical world that can so often seem overwhelming, Molly is a vital breath of fresh air, a young woman who can sing the sun to sleep under a Georgia horizon just as easily as she can stir it to waking. So sit back, heat up a pot of coffee, and ease into some effortless tunes with a woman who hasn’t forgotten to step back and remember the purity of music.