With honest lyrics that come from the heart and a passion for her artistry that goes unmatched, Molly Lovette is winning the hearts of country listeners everywhere.
About Molly Lovette
Any country fan knows that the best country music comes out of real-life experiences, and that is exactly where this breakout country artist draws her inspiration for her music. With her talent and a gift for creating raw and real music, Molly is capturing and captivating country music fans across the globe.Book Us!
Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Molly and her two siblings grew up in a very close-knit family. Deep rooted in tradition and faith, Molly attended Catholic grade school and then an all-girls Catholic High School – the same one that her grandmother, her mother, her five cousins, and her younger sister all attended. However, music was another tradition that the family passed along. Molly’s mother always played music throughout the house, and her grandmother was known to write music and sing to her. Molly admits that her dad definitely has some country roots which influenced her love for country music, in fact her parents took her to her first concert – Tim McGraw – at the tender age of 5! So, it wasn’t long before her family’s love for music became Molly’s love for music. She was in every talent show and remembers putting on small “concerts” for her family and babysitters from a young age. “My parents have told me that as a toddler, I would sit in front of the air vents and sing for hours so I can hear myself through those vents.”
Even though Molly was an avid music lover, sports also played a huge part in her upbringing. She grew up playing soccer, volleyball and softball, but it wasn’t until she started playing basketball when she thought she had her future career planned. “I remember in my eighth- grade English class, I wrote that I was going to play basketball all four years of high school, go on to Mizzou to play in college, and then become a women’s basketball coach.” With a chuckle in her voice, she laughs, “Oh, how things have changed!” Her dreams of being a coach changed abruptly during her eighth-grade year. During a basketball game, she took a fall and after enduring weeks of pain and visiting doctors, Molly and her parents were told that she had a tumor inside her right femur bone. After a successful surgery, she had four months of recovery and music was all she had to pass the time. After tons of practicing, she finally learned how to play a very slow version of “Every Rose Has Its Thorn,” on guitar. This small victory lit a fire inside Molly and her passion for music was reignited from that moment on.
With the most supportive parents and the confidence to put her all into her music, Molly is taking the world by storm. She has been featured in numerous print and TV placements including Forbes, Nashville’s NBC-TV and St. Louis Fox2, received national and international airplay in Australia, Ireland, London, Switzerland, the U.K., and garnered hometown radio support on WIL-FM, the country station she grew up listening to. Her music videos have aired on national networks including The Country Network, and is continously on the road performing with her band, but she says her dream is to one day be a headliner and tour internationally. With musical influences including Taylor Swift, Maren Morris, and Carrie Underwood, Molly aspires to embody the beauty, power, grace, and relatability her idols have so effortlessly portrayed to their fans. In doing so, she was recognized and honored from her home state of Missouri, on behalf of Governor Michael L. Parson, for her endless dedication to her craft and for being a role model to her fans. With her unyielding confidence and passion to create real and honest music, nothing is holding her back from her dreams.
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