Molly Greacen - Jazz Vocalist

     molly@mollygreacen.com  303-931-6367


Bookings

Molly Greacen and The Sweet Life Brazilian Jazz Band are available for clubs, festivals, concerts, parties and weddings. Contact Molly by email or the numbers listed above to book your event. Here are some of our recent appearances:

Alto Restaurant, Denver
"Art of Wine" Fundraiser for the Longmont Art Commission - Radison Hotel
Boulder Broker Inn
Boulder International Fringe Festival - Bronze medal for music
Boulder Public Library
Bookcliff Winery, Boulder
Caffe Sole´
Chautauqua Dining Hall
Cherry Days Festival in Paonia, Colorado
City of Lafayette outdoor Art Show
City of Louisville Concerts in the Park Series
Dazzle Restaurant and Lounge, Denver
KGNU radio "Kabaret Show"
Laughing Goat, Boulder
Longmont ArtFair and ArtLink
Longmont Art Walk / Muse Gallery
Longmont Jazz Festival
Millennium Harvest Hotel, FAC on the patio
Millennium Harvest Hotel, Benefit for Access Counseling Center in Boulder
Nissi's, Lafayette
Redfish New Orleans Brewpub
Rock 'N Soul Cafe, Boulder
Rocky Mountain Center for Musical Arts, Lafayette
The Bliss Cafe, Old Town Arvada
The Mezzanine at the Boulderado Hotel, (downtown Boulder)
The St. Julien Hotel, downtown Boulder
The Trident Bookseller's back patio
Tutti's Restaurant, Lafayette
Various benefits, house concerts, parties and weddings

Host a House Concert with Molly Greacen and The Sweet Life Band

House concerts are a great way to experience world-class music right in your or your neighbor's house. Usually the audience size is small - from 10 to 50 people. They're up close and personal, offer a quiet listening experience, and have been a rewarding experience for both hosts and their guests. A house concert is simple and fun, a great offering to your friends, and a generous contribution to the community of musicians.

House concerts have been gaining in popularity here in the United States and Canada, where the music industry becomes more and more about making money and less and less about supporting the artists. How does it work? The hosts and artists will invite friends. The band will also provide some light snacks and drinks such as wine and cheese, or people can do potluck if they prefer to have a full dinner. Money collected goes straight to the performers. The musicians will play for the evening, with a break in the middle to allow guests and the musicians to mingle. We have CDs available for sale so that guests can take home some music to remind them of the wonderful experience of the live music they've enjoyed.

Celebrating music in our homes creates a wonderful sense of community and connectedness. It enriches our spirit. The arts stay alive and thrive when we all enjoy and support our local artists. Music is a wonderful way to create peace and joyful connectedness.


Thank you for supporting live jazz!