Molly Thompson


Recording Days

December 27th, 2022

We spent the weekend of December 17-18th in Albany, NY recording songs from our new album, Shadows of Corinth. We recorded at the William Randolph Hearst Center for Communications and Interactive Media at The College of Saint Rose with the wonderful Andrew McKenna Lee. Kamala Sankaram, Charlotte Mundy, Andie Tanning, James Moore, Joshua Lopes, Joe Brent, Ches Smith, and Peter Wise performed the music beautifully. I can’t wait to release this album in 2023!

Shadows of Corinth at The Cell Theatre

December 8th, 2022

I’m excited to be performing Shadows of Corinth at The Cell Theatre on Sunday December 11, 2022 at 7pm. It’s been completely thrilling to be working with these musicians and we’re looking forward to sharing this music. A week later we’ll be recording Shadows of Corinth in Albany, NY.

Absinthe Trickle featured on Aldora Britain Records compilation!

May 17th, 2022

So excited to have my song Absinthe Trickle included on the Aldora Britain Records compilation called The Supahip World of Moldre And More.

Aldora Britain Records is an awesome label featuring independent music from around the world. I’m honored to have Absinthe Trickle included on one of their compilations!

Bucknell Masterclass

November 13th, 2019

I got a chance to work with the songwriters from Bucknell University this Fall.  Their music is truly beautiful. Can’t wait to hear more music from these budding songwriters!

Bowery Gallery Show

July 10th, 2019

This was such a special show! It was wonderful to get to do a salon with both Esmé Thompson and Jennifer Stock. I find both of their work so inspiring! It was my first time performing with Jude Traxler, Megan Schubert, and Julianne Carney. And it was so great to get to perform with the amazing Mellissa Hughes once again. All in all, it was a beautiful experience.


Brooklyn Photoshoot

July 9th, 2019

It was so wonderful to work with Chad Kamenshine. He took some beautiful photos of me at an incredible space called Brooklyn Grain. Aga Choinska was a genius at doing hair and makeup. I had so much fun!

Carlsbad Music Festival

June 19th, 2014

Looking forward to performing June 21st at the Carlsbad Music Festival’s Village Walk with Christine Tavares Mocha, Katie Campbell, Marc Gasway, and Lauren Elizabeth Baba.2014june-walk-flyer

Ear to Mind’s First Annual New Music Forum Saturday Jan 22nd 1pm

January 20th, 2011

I’m looking forward to being part of Ear to Mind’s First Annual New Music Forum this coming Saturday at Exapno New Music Community Center.


Dither performs a cover of
Roar and Spit

August 11th, 2010

As part of a show at Issue Project Room last April called the Littoral Series, the wonderful electric guitar quartet Dither did an absolutely beautiful cover of my song Roar and Spit. The show relaunched Sara Wintz’s Pretty Panicks Press.

Check out Dither’s performance:

Roar and Spit




Songstresses from the Edge

April 22nd, 2009

Songstresses from the Edge is a brand new project brought to you by Scarlet Tree PerformancesJody Redhage, Kamala Sankaram and I will soon be performing our songs at a venue near you!  Our world premier will be happening on August 29, 2009 at the First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn.  We’ve just started booking shows on the west coast where we’ll be performing in October and November.  I’m really excited about this project and particularly looking forward to my first tour!  That’s right, I can’t wait for long hours in the car with a leg cramp and hunger pangs and all those sleepless nights in crappy hotel rooms.  Ok, to be honest we know people in all the cities we’ll be visiting so probably won’t be staying in crappy hotel rooms.  And I love road trips so can handle the leg cramps.  But hunger pangs – no way!  We will be stopping at Carl Junior’s for burgers and fries.  In case you were worried about missing out on the details of our west coast tour…don’t be!  Jody, Kamala and I will be writing all about it at the Scarlet Tree Blog.