Molly McCormack is from Louisville where she now lives with her family. She has a multitude of musical interests and has enjoyed playing, performing and teaching on both the mountain and hammer dulcimers for over ten years. She is a natural singer and besides playing the mountain and hammer dulcimer, also plays guitar, penny whistle and autoharp.
Molly performs both solo and with other musicians, entertaining audiences with her instrumental and vocal arrangements at such festivals as Kentucky Music Week, the Augusta Heritage Festival in Elkins, WV, and the String-A-Long festival in Wisconsin.
Tull Glazener reviewed Molly McCormack’s most recent recording “Reds and Blues” and stated, “the listener feels like an invited guest at a musical gathering . . . and I hit the repeat button more than a few times to listen to her achingly beautiful rendition of the Lennon-McCartney ballad World Without Love.”
Recordings by Molly McCormack can be found at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea.