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molly. is Molly Brady, a homegrown indie artist who has been building creations with words and sounds for over a decade. A woman of many talents, Molly writes, records, and produces her own music (as well as the occasional cover song). She experiments with a variety of sounds without compromising lyrical depth, drawing inspiration from a wide range of alternative pop artists including Twenty One Pilots, Billie Eilish, Vampire Weekend, and Lana Del Rey. She is known for her energetic and engaging on-stage presence, raw (yet extremely relatable) messages, and audience connection. Molly began taking her art to the stage in 2017 at the monthly Show Me Poetry Slam in downtown Springfield. After competing with some of the area’s most talented poets for about a year, Molly first publicly performed her music at Springfield's annual Cider Days festival in the fall of 2019. Since then, she has traveled near and far to perform at a variety of venues and events (from solo gigs on outdoor stages in Colorado to opening for Parker Millsap at SBC's The Cellar in Springfield), all while single-handedly releasing two EPs and her first album, Crystal Eyes (released on February 22, 2022).

Molly currently moonlights as a performer; she has a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, a Master of Science in School Counseling, and is currently working on completing an Educational Specialist degree in School Psychology. She splits her time between the studio and her full-time job in education. Molly began writing music and poetry as a teenager. Since that time, she has continued to hone her craft, expand her skills, and share her creations with the world. Completely self-taught, she is a one-woman operation working out of her home studio in Springfield, Missouri. 
While Molly’s work is heavily inspired by her own ongoing battles with anxiety and depression, she likes to focus on the variety of emotions that make up the human experience. She performs with the intent of building connections between people and creating spaces for open conversations about mental health. Molly’s mix of styles, thought-provoking lyrics, and lively stage presence make her shows a unique and unforgettable experience for all.


Crystal Eyes [The Intro]
Rogue Traveler
California Dreamin' [Cover]



call or text: 417-988-7255


November 2022 The Cellar (Opener for Molly Healey) Springfield, MO

September 2022 Songwriter's Showcase - The Cellar Springfield, MO

September 2022 Cider Days (Center Stage) Springfield, MO

July 2022 Ruthie's (Opener for Timmy Miano) Springfield, MO

July 2022 The Cellar (Opener for Modeling) Springfield, MO

June 2022 Tiny Desk Contest Showcase at Tie & Timber Springfield, MO

June 2022 KeenBean Coffee Roasters Mount Vernon, MO

May 2022 Artsfest (Center Stage) Springfield, MO

March 2022 Queen City Shout - Holdfast Brewing Springfield, MO

November 2021 The Cellar (Opener for Parker Millsap) Springfield, MO

October 2021 The Frisco Eureka Springs, AR
September 2021
Cider Days (Center Stage) Springfield, MO

August 2021 Jamestown Mercantile Jamestown, CO

August 2021 Speedtrap Bistro Palmer Lake, CO

August 2021 Wolverine Farm & Letterpress Fort Collins, CO

July 2021 The Frisco Eureka Springs, AR

June 2021 The Royal Springfield, MO​

June 2021 Street Fair At Pickwick Place (Headliner) Springfield, MO

April 2021 The Royal Springfield, MO

March 2020 Me Too Springfield's International Women's Day Springfield, MO

March 2020 Common Grounds Coffee's Music & Mud Strafford, MO

March 2020 Me Too Springfield's 1 in 6 Variety Show Springfield, MO

September 2019 Cider Days (Center Stage) Springfield, MO


June 2022 Live performance on KOLR10's Ozarks Live!

October 2021 20:20 with Noteworthy Music

June 2021 Soundcheck with KSMU 91.1 FM Springfield, MO

June 2021 Studio Live Radio Interview with KSMU 91.1 FM Springfield, MO

May 2015 Original poem, "A Dying Forest", published in Epiphany magazine



February 2022 Release of Crystal Eyes (album)

June 2020 Release of bloom. wilt. sleep. repeat. (EP)

June 2019 Winner- Second Place Show Me Poetry Slam Springfield, MO

April 2019 Winner - "Crowd Favorite" Show Me Poetry Slam Springfield, MO

July 2018 Release of What's Going On Up There? (EP)


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