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Molly Coleman is a Chicago based singer-songwriter who draws much of her inspiration from the music that raised her. Raised on music spanning from Wilco to Joni Mitchell to Prince, Molly’s music sits in the realm of indie-folk rock, but you can also hear some jazz and soul influences peeking through. Molly’s debut album “the color of mustard” is available everywhere. Find out more on mollycoleman.com and follow on social media @mollycolemanmusic.
Nicole Muto-Graves is a singer-songwriter originally from Boxford, MA. After three years in NYC, Nicole moved to Chicago and has enjoyed exploring the vibrant music scene the city has to offer. Inspired by the songwriting of artists such as Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon, Nicole strives to write music that is honest and reflective. Joined by Ryan Moore on percussion, the duo performs both original music and covers.
Ryan Moore is a Chicago-based percussionist who has been involved with a variety of artists, groups, and ensembles in each city he has called home (previously Boston and Houston). A drum set player by trade, Ryan takes cues from funk and blues music to create rhythms that serve to compliment and texture the sound of an ensemble. He is thrilled to call this his debut show with singer-songwriter Nicole Muto-Graves, supporting with cajón and shaker.
A proud Queer theatre artist and musician thriving in Chicago, IL, Emma Grace has a fiery spirit and a mad passion for devising, singing, songwriting, and her ukulele. After moving into the city on her own just over a year ago she has graced stages with her presence at over 50 venues in Chicago, including most recently “The Chill As Fuck Show” at Second City, Uncommon Ground, The Shithole show, The Factory Theatre, The Mexican Museum of Modern Art, The Den Theatre, and many more! She hopes to use theatre and music to build community and heal the human heart.