Christchurch-based “MOLLY’S REMEDY” are vibrant and soulful.
They mix folk, country and Irish traditional music performing original songs and re-arrangements in an energetic yet sensitive way. Since forming two years ago, “Molly’s Remedy” has performed at the CBS Arena, Ingham Lazy Sundays, Greymouth Waitangi Picnic, House Concerts, Folk Clubs and Festivals around the country. Their musical influences include Dixie Chicks, Bonnie Raitt and James Taylor.
HELEN FAHY (vocals and fiddle) from Galway, is a qualified speech and drama teacher. Before moving to NZ, she regularly played with some of the top trad and country bands in Ireland.
MONICA MILLAR (vocals) from Christchurch, has a strong family connection with Antrim. She co-wrote and produced “His Love”, a finalist in the NZ Music Awards. A career highlight was singing with Stevie Wonder at the CBS Arena.
MARY DUNNE (vocals, guitars, bouzouki, ukulele) from Donegal, is an award-winning songwriter. Her first solo album “Coolatee” was recorded in Tokyo and resulted in a Japan, UK and Ireland tour. Mary’s second solo album “Over the Water”, recorded in NZ, was produced by Davy Stuart