Ready to Rock the Republic
"Poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's adage, 'Music is the universal language of mankind' held true for two Kentucky musicians and a Czech mayor last summer..."
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Local Musicians to Perform in Czech Republic
Heath Eric and Molly G. receive invitation to largest beer festival
""Rumsey musicians Heath Eric and Molly G. Eric are taking their music international, thanks to an invitation to perform at the 2013 Beerfest in Olomouc in the Czech Republic..."
Rumsey, Kentucky Duo Prepare to Rock the Czech Republic
"Owensboro's Towne Square Mall is always jammed with shoppers this time each year, but on Saturday there were even more people, enjoying the sales during the last few days before Christmas, and also filling the mall for a free concert from Rumsey, Kentucky singing duo Heath Eric and Molly G...."
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Heath and Molly find a 'true' sound on new record
By JARED JERNAGAN, Music Critic
"Through two solo albums, Heath Eric has established a reputation for personal, heart-on-the-sleeve roots rock. With the release of this summer's "TRUTH?", released with wife Molly G as Heath and Molly, listeners get even more insight to the Kentucky artists, namely what beautiful music a husband and wife songwriting and performing duo can make. "'TRUTH?' is the best work of our lives," the couple said in a release. "After three years of creation and production, we are more excited than ever to see 'TRUTH?' come to life and to be able to release a passionate product of our work into the world."
"...Heath and Molly released their first duo album on July 13, titled “Truth?” It offers a roots-rock/Americana sound, with Molly on djembe drums, adding to the already rich sound of their harmonizing vocals and guitars. The message in this album is what is most important to the couple. “Peace, love, joy, and diversity” has become their motto."
"...Their originals are, to me, the real measure of what they can do musically, like the instrumental “Rumsey,” which has a gentle easy quality that is perfect for a drive in the country. The 1960s-ish folk vocals on “Count on Me” and the rocking “Hypocrisy” with its social message has a harder edge and reflect the diversity of this dynamic couple. “Truth” is definitely worth a listen and I would also check out their YouTube videos and their website at heathandmolly.com. One only hopes that we will see and hear a lot more of Heath & Molly in the future."