Tuttle unveils "San Francisco Blues" video
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Tuttle unveils "San Francisco Blues" video

Tuesday, July 26, 2022 – Molly Tuttle unveiled a new performance video for "San Francisco Blues" today featuring her band, Golden Highway.

The video was filmed during Tuttle's sold-out release show at Nashville's Station Inn this past spring, celebrating her new album, "Crooked Tree." Recorded live at Nashville's Oceanway Studios, the record was produced by Tuttle and Jerry Douglas and features collaborations with Sierra Hull, Old Crow Medicine Show, Margo Price, Billy Strings, Dan Tyminski and Gillian Welch.

Tuttle was nominated for five IBMA awards today. She also has been touring heavily.


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CD review - Crooked Tree Not long ago, we were listening to Molly Tuttle on small, independent labels and now, less than four years later she is making her debut on the prestigious Nonesuch label with "Crooked Tree." Tuttle, a graduate of Berklee College of Music and brilliant multi-award-winning finger picking guitarist, straddled the line between bluegrass and Americana in her 2019 "When You're Ready" and on an album of rock, pop and country covers in 2020. To date, she's tried to veer from ...
CD review - When You're Ready One of the most celebrated acoustic guitarists working within the Americana field, Molly Tuttle is two-time International Bluegrass Music Association Guitarist of the Year, the first female to be so honored. "When You're Ready" is Tuttle's first full-fledged solo album, having previously recorded an EP ("Rise"), albums with both the Tuttles and The Goodbye Girls, and a long-ago recording with her father, Jack ("The Old Apple Tree"). ...
CD review - Rise EPs are a strange breed. Some are no more than demos for a larger work. Others are a hodgepodge of material recorded here and there and sold to help pay for gas money to the artists' next live gig. And some, like Molly Tuttle's "Rise", are exquisitely constructed messages in a bottle, to sum up the artists' current stage of development. Tuttle could have easily named this EP, "Let's Get on With It" or "Watch What I Do Now," but "Rise" ...


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