Known for her powerful live performances at venues like Tin Angel and World Cafe, singer-songwriter Irene Molloy's voice has been called 'emotional yet controlled…stellar with stunning range and a signature sound'.  

She started her music career with classical training and performances on Broadway but says in a recent interview that with her original music ‘it felt right to connect with the audience in a more intimate way.'

Soulful vocals, delicate lyrics, and genuine songs make singer-songwriter Irene Molloy’s first full-length album, County Line, shine. An energetic Americana album with pop and country influences, County Line is pure and emotional.


Produced by Phil D’Agostino  (Chris Kasper, Hezekiah Jones) and Andrew Lipke, Molloy’s tender voice, sophistication, and excellent musicianship are highlighted throughout these carefully crafted, catchy songs with crossover appeal, combining the raw emotion of Patty Griffin with the vocal ease of Brandi Carlile. 

On this uplifting album that asks honest questions of the heart Molloy says she's 'grateful I took the risk because it feels right to connect with people through these songs and stories and in my own words.'

Molloy played live with her band on WXPN 4/14. Check back soon for tour dates throughout 2014.



Photo courtesy of Kettle Pot Tracks

Photo courtesy of Kettle Pot Tracks

A voice that is raw, sharp, and perfectly soulful.
— Wannop Productions