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Harvey's Kitchen — Molly McGinn and the Buster Dillys

16 Comments 17 Dec, 2008

Born in Dodge City, Kansas with a penchant for using her slingshot on old companions, Molly McGinn now lives in Greensboro, North Carolina. After a brief respite from singing she has returned with a vengeance. You may recognize her from Triad Stage’s production of Black Beard or as a co-worker at the King’s English LLC, or from passing her on the street.

Here’s Molly playing this song for the first time, for us and for you. Now Molly did enter our kitchen a few weeks before without a guitar and when the interview was over I called her and said I wanted her to play. So she came back, with her guitar and her two Buster Dillys and 2 new songs.

This is one of them.

When she played this song at Triad Stage a few days after playing here there were a lot of handkerchiefs and gentle sobs. How’s that for a Gift of the Magi?

You can catch Molly on December 29th at Studio B on South Elm Street in Greensboro performing with Holy Ghost Tent Revival and Paleface. Speaking of Holy Ghost Tent Revival, they played in our kitchen today and that piece will follow shortly after Pete Schroth.

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Harvey K. Robinson is the cinematographer, editor, and director at Monkeywhale Productions. Originally from Derby, England he now resides in Greensboro, NC where he began a web series documenting musicians and artists from all over the country. Recipient of the 2009 HearNC "Marks, Stern and Thomas Award," winner of the 2010 48 Hour Film Festival Greensboro, and Betty Cone Medal of the Arts Nominee for 2011, his work has appeared as featured videos on Paste Magazine, E!News, and Aol spinner. Harvey’s commercial work has garnered 2 silver Addy awards in the past 2 years. With a background in Directing at NC School of the Arts and many years spent as a professional actor, Harvey brings a multi-disciplinary approach to each new creative endeavor whether it be a short film, music video, documentary, or commercial.
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  1. work of art. labor of love. no words harvey and carolyn. just thank you.

  2. Harvey, it is hard to catch a bird in flight, but you did it. Thanks for helping share our Molly with everyone. She’s a gift. Gorgeous.

  3. Molly, Casey, Marshall, Harvey and everyone who made this possible: thank you! for access to such a peaceful & beautiful way to help celebrate Advent…

    Got chills, teary eyes, the whole shebang.

  4. thank you for this. fantastic.

    clay

  5. Molly is one of the best storytelling songwriters I’ve heard in a while! It’s nice to hear somebody putting the “Western” back in “Country,” too. At least that’s what I hear. Less humidity. Fresh. Long straight roads.

  6. Thanks Boss!

  7. AMAZING! I’m in awe of you, Molly

 

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  1. Pete Schroth: Behind the Scenes - December 18, 2008

    [...] Schroth, artist, visionary, business owner, music lover (etc. etc) stopped by our kitchen last week for a chat.

  2. Harvey’s Kitchen — Holy Ghost Tent Revival - December 21, 2008

    [...] Originally from Atlanta, Georgia Pete now lives in Greensboro, NC. He and his wife own and operate the Green Bean, a coffee shop/gallery/performance venue. It was one of the first downtown businesses to emerge that sparked a mini cultural renaissance which now includes a host of bars, a regional theatre, together with a [...] Harvey’s Kitchen — Molly McGinn and the Buster Dillys [...]

  3. BIG LIVE SHOW TONIGHT IN G.BORO! DON’T MISS THIS ONE! - December 29, 2008

    [...] Molly McGinn and the Buster Dillys, Paleface, Holy Ghost Tent Revival.

  4. Harvey’s Kitchen — Come Hell or High Water, Part 2 - February 12, 2009

    [...] Originally from Atlanta, Georgia Pete now lives in Greensboro, NC. He and his wife own and operate the Green Bean, a coffee shop/gallery/performance venue. It was one of the first downtown businesses to emerge that sparked a mini cultural renaissance which now includes a host of bars, a regional theatre, together with a [...] Harvey’s Kitchen — Molly McGinn and the Buster Dillys [...]

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    [...] Originally from Atlanta, Georgia Pete now lives in Greensboro, NC. He and his wife own and operate the Green Bean, a coffee shop/gallery/performance venue. It was one of the first downtown businesses to emerge that sparked a mini cultural renaissance which now includes a host of bars, a regional theatre, together with a [...] Harvey’s Kitchen — Molly McGinn and the Buster Dillys [...]

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