“Molly and Larry are a real musical treat, a tight, talented acoustic duo
with hot harmonies and a catchy acoustic sound. They were the surprise of
the the night during a recent singer-songwriter supershow at the Grey
Eagle Music Hall in Asheville. I can't wait to hear them again,”
-Tony Kiss, Entertainment Editor, The Asheville Citizen-Times.
Former Seconds Flat guitarist/songwriter Larry Hoskinson and
singer/songwriter Molly Warren have joined forces to create a dynamic
new acoustic duo. The style of the duo ranges from sultry country to
upbeat rock’n’roll, but no matter what the style entertainment is
guaranteed. Blending their distinctively different voices to create
smooth, catchy harmonies, the pair is also an outstanding songwriting team.
From poignant post-war ballads such as “Name on the Wall,” and
“Boys Will Make You Cry,” to rousing anthems like “All Nighter,”
these two will have you laughing, crying, and dancing all in one night of
Larry Hoskinson has spent just about his entire life making music,
learning to play the guitar when he was a child. He has shared the stage
with such artists as The Marshall Tucker Band, Steve Earle, The Band,
and Alison Kraus . His songs have earned international airplay and
Molly Warren has also spent her life playing music. She took up piano
and violin as a child, and later learned guitar when she needed an outlet
to write songs. She began performing as a solo act in 1994 and formed
her first band, Black Cat Bone, in 1995. Molly has performed in many
other situations, with bands, choirs, and orchestras.
Larry and Molly are currently busy playing shows all over the
Southeast and recording their forthcoming debut album. Their single,
'Royally Depressed' is set for release in September 1999.