Three-part harmony coming to Elkins

Red Molly will be bringing their three-part harmonies, crisp musicianship and their warm, engaging stage presence to the Randolph County Community Arts Center on Jan. 25.

The band got their start in 2004 and has played stages of all sizes. From the start, the trio got attention with their lively stage performances and moved quickly from coffeehouses to the festival circuit. The band’s fans, referred to as “RedHeads,” have always responded to the sense that the band is a group of friends, sharing songs in their living room.

The band has opened for Willie Nelson and performed at the RockyGrass festival, Merlefest, the Philadelphia Folk Festival, NPR’s Mountain Stage and Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion.

The Bristol Herald Courier noted that they “lit up the stage, as a massive crowd of adoring fans sat mesmerized by their silky smooth harmonies and superb musicianship.”

Their new CD “Light in the Sky” spent 20 weeks on the Americana Music Association’s Top 40 and was Folk DJ’s No. 3 Top Album of 2012.

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