|Molly Holm (2013)|
|Singer-songwriter Molly Holm has been an integral part of the Bay Area's sound for many years. She's an unconventional singer who draws from jazz, improvisation, and North Indian Raga (having studied with master vocalist Pandit Pran Nath)
For almost a decade, Molly was a member of Bobby McFerrin's vocal ensemble, Voicestra, touring both nationally and internationally, and recording, too. She's collaborated with a diverse roster of artists, such as Terry Riley, Zakir Hussain, choreographer June Watanabe, and George Coates's Performance Works. She's also been influenced by Linda Tillery's African-American Roots Music.
Molly's ears have always been wide-open. She's finally issued her debut recording "Permission", to wide acclaim. Everyone who's taken a class with her has given her five stars.
|# 1||Leon Thomas||In Berlin||The Creator Has a Master Plan||BMG|
|# 2||Leon Thomas||In Berlin||Oo-whee!! Hindewe||BMG|
|# 3||Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir||Good Time a Good Time||Another Man Done Gone||Tuizer Music|
|# 4||Linda Tillery and the Cultural Heritage Choir||Good Time a Good Time||Hammer Ring||Tuizer Music|
|# 5||Ernestine Anderson||Never Make Your Move Too Soon||Never Make Your Move Too Soon||Concord|
|# 6||Nancy Wilson with Peabo Bryson||Color and Light: Jazz Sketches on Sondheim||Loving You||Sony|
|# 7||Cleo Laine with Jonathan Tunick||Into the Woods||No One Is Alone||BMG|
|# 8||Lester Bowie||Twilight Dreams||I Am with You||Venture|
|# 9||Jean Karn and Doug Karn||Revelation||Revelation||Black Jazz|
|Book||Pema Chödrön, "The Places that Scare You: A Guide to Fearlessness in Difficult Times"|
|Luxury Item||A pair of stilts|
Ron E. Beck