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Long before she became known as a Golden Globe-Nominated actress, Molly Ringwald was singing. She started performing with her pianist father when she was three and has never stopped. She continues to perform concerts with her band. Since the release of Except Sometimes, they have performed over 250 concerts in 7 countries. Join Molly Ringwald and her jazz band for a night of crowd-pleasing entertainment. Melding traditional jazz with hits from the Great American Songbook, Ringwald performs a unique show with beautiful, unexpected musical connections.
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Molly Ringwald acts, writes books, and sings jazz. She tours a crowd pleasing concert act “An Evening with Molly Ringwald” with her quartet to venues Worldwide. Since her debut Jazz album on Concord Records was released in April 2013. Ringwald and her band have performed over 200 concerts in seven countries since its release.

An actress of stage and screen, Ringwald earned a Golden Globe nomination at age thirteen, and went on to star in numerous films, including the iconic films Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, and Pretty in Pink. On stage, Ringwald starred in Broadway productions of the Pulitzer Prize winning How I Learned to Drive; the revival of Cabaret; Tony-nominated Enchanted April and the West End production of When Harry Met Sally. Ms. Ringwald is now touring her concert act celebrating her first jazz album called “Except Sometimes”.

Molly's repertoire is quite extensive. While she loves performing standards and what is known as the American Songbook, she also does some originals, contemporary songs and music from Broadway shows and Hollywood films. Though most have a jazzy arrangement, her style is generally pop/jazz crossover.

She also has symphony charts for the Broadway Hollywood Pops.

“The spin she brings to the American Songbook is thoroughly contemporary.”
– The New York Times

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