The Mollys

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The Mollys
Origin Tucson, Arizona
Genres Folk-rock
Years active 1992–present
Website Official web site
Members Nancy McCallion, Catherine Zavala, Kevin Schramm, Dan Sorenson, Gary Mackender

The Mollys was an American folk-rock quintet influenced by Celtic and Tejano music. They are based in Tucson, Arizona, and their members are Nancy McCallion, Catherine Zavala, Kevin Schramm, Dan Sorenson and Gary Mackender. They have released several albums since 1992, their most recent being Trouble in 2002. Craig Harris of Allmusic called them "one of the contemporary folk music's most eclectic bands."[1] As of 2013, the band tends to perform one annual concert, typically on Halloween.[2]


Their album Hat Trick was given 4.5/5 stars by Allmusic,[3] while Tidings of Comfort and Joy in 1992 was given 4/5 stars.[4]



  • Tidings of Comfort & Joy (1992)
  • This Is My Round (1995)
  • Hat Trick (1997)
  • Wankin' Out West
  • Moon Over the Interstate
  • Only a Story (2000)
  • Trouble (2002)

Further reading[edit]


  1. ^ Harris, Craig. "The Mollys". Allmusic. Retrieved 2014-10-26. 
  2. ^ Review at Your West Valley
  3. ^ Gottlieb, Bob (1997). "Hat Trick". Allmusic. Retrieved 2014-10-26. 
  4. ^ Meyer, Richard (1992). "Tidings of Comfort and Joy". Allmusic. Retrieved 2014-10-26. 

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