Molly Jenson, a singer/songwriter whose sparkling, heartfelt songs nod to Sheryl Crow and Aimee Mann, began to make a name for herself in small venues throughout California in the early 2000s. Aided by producer Greg Laswell, a singer/songwriter in his own right who co-wrote Jenson's debut, Jenson completed her first album, Maybe Tomorrow, in the spring of 2005. Thanks to a tireless gigging schedule, the ever-rising popularity of her MySpace profile, and a collaboration with Switchfoot frontman Tim Foreman on his solo EP, Jenson found herself with a sizeable fanbase by the time 2008 rolled around. She was signed to the newly minted Bully! Pulpit Records the following year. ~ Margaret RegesPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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