Molly Tuttle

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Morrison, CO

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Molly Tuttle and Nathaniel Rateliff are celebrating the 40th anniversary of the release of the Stevie Nicks/Tom Petty classic, "Stop Dragging My Heart Around," with a new official music video of their recently released duet streaming now on YouTube.

Borderland Festival is returning to Knox Farm State Park, September 18th-19th for 2 days of music, food, beer, crafts and more. The festival was cancelled in 2020 and is looking forward to it’s grand return to celebrate summer, community and of course music. Borderland will host more than 20 bands on three stages with a diverse mix of national and regional, rock, country, Americana and roots artists.

Award-winning singer-songwriter-guitarist Molly Tuttle has announced today’s release of her all new digital only three-song covers EP. …but i’d rather be with you, too is available now via Compass Records at all DSPs and streaming services. A companion official music video for Tuttle's cover of Phantogram's "You Don't Get Me High Anymore," featuring Iron & Wine is available now via her YouTube page.

FESTY, the Virginia-bred music festival-turned destination entertainment experience is pleased to announce the addition of Andrew Marlin and Rising Appalachia to its 2021 event season.

Compass Records announced an extraordinary new album from award-winning songwriter-guitarist Molly Tuttle. …but i’d rather be with you dropped on Friday, August 28.

Award-winning singer-songwriter-guitarist Molly Tuttle has unveiled a cover of The Rolling Stones’ psychedelic landmark, “She’s A Rainbow.” The track – available today at all DSPs and streaming services – heralds Tuttle’s eagerly awaited new LP, …but i’d rather be with you, arriving everywhere via Compass Records on Friday, August 28.

Award-winning instrumentalist and vocalist Molly Tuttle will perform a very special album release concert on Thursday, August 27 via Instrumenthead Live, a new streaming service created by acclaimed music photographer Michael Weintrob. The stripped-down, acoustic performance will preview Tuttle’s new covers album, ...but i’d rather be with you (out August 28 via Compass Records), with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the National Alopecia Areata Foundation.

It is easy to understand that musicians whose lifeblood is not only playing for a crowd but feeding off their audience’s liveliness would feel an unfillable void during these unusual times. From a fan’s perspective, they couldn’t think of anywhere better to be than with their favorite band, with that crowd, in that sacred space of connectivity. It’s hard to imagine the artists wouldn’t have that similar longing as playing for a packed music hall isn’t safe for the foreseeable future.

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