Molly Tuttle, a nominee for this year’s IBMA Guitar Player of the Year award (the first ever female nominee in that category), is poised to be a big name in roots music … or maybe she already is. With her skilled guitar playing and sweet voice, she’s frequently invited onstage with other players, and this year’s debut solo EP shows she has plenty to say on her own.
Molly Tuttle, a nominee for this year’s IBMA Guitar Player of the Year award (the first ever female nominee in that category), is poised to be a big name in roots music … or maybe she already is. With her skilled guitar playing and sweet voice, she’s frequently invited onstage with other players, and this year’s debut solo EP shows she has plenty to say on her own. Kaitlyn Raitz Courtesy of the artist
Molly Tuttle, a nominee for this year’s IBMA Guitar Player of the Year award (the first ever female nominee in that category), is poised to be a big name in roots music … or maybe she already is. With her skilled guitar playing and sweet voice, she’s frequently invited onstage with other players, and this year’s debut solo EP shows she has plenty to say on her own. Kaitlyn Raitz Courtesy of the artist

Your Thursday guide to World of Bluegrass

September 28, 2017 07:00 AM