PODCAST: Molly Tuttle

By
Rob Hochschild
September 10, 2013

As talented a songwriter as student Molly Tuttle is, music fans who have seen her perform live are immediately impressed as well with her virtuosic skill as a flatpicking guitarist and her ability as a clawhammer and fingerstyle banjo player. 

But for Tuttle fans, it always comes back to the song and the voice. She's been performing on stage since she was 11, and recorded her first album at age 13. She’s appeared at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Strawberry Music Festival, Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival, and numerous other festivals and venues across the country. And Tuttle has won awards as songwriter, vocalist, or guitarist from a number of organizations.

You can watch a video version of the song featured in this podcast, recorded in the studios at Berklee's internet radio station, the BIRN. The track features Tuttle, guitar and vocals; John Mailander, fiddle and voice; and Matt Witler, mandolin. Tuttle and Mailander perform at Club Passim on September 12, 2013, as part of Berklee's Summer in the City series.

 

Molly Tuttle
"You Didn't Call My Name"