Hope

by Abbie Gardner

Released 2011
Released 2011
The latest solo CD from Red Molly's Dobro player, featuring electric and acoustic slide guitar on a collection of heart-tugging new songs.
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"Abbie Gardner shows her prodigious writing chops in her new album, Hope. Tales of love and loss, both gritty and sweet, ride the back of her by-now familiar, formidable slide guitar licks. She channels Lucinda and Bonnie, but remains pure Abbie."
— Richard Cuccaro, Publisher, Acoustic Live

"Abbie Gardner gives the grit to Red Molly with her Dobro playing. On her new solo CD we get to hear not only her instrumental and songwriting prowess, but …
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Honey On My Grave

by Abbie Gardner

Released 2006
Gimmie Some Ribs Music
Released 2006
Gimmie Some Ribs Music
Genre-bending acoustic Americana from this fresh NYC Dobro player.
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“She can be touching, wrenching, haunting, or bluesy, or all three at different moments in one song.”-The Ectophile’s Guide to Good Music

“It’s a beautiful voice. She’ll hold a note until it changes color, usually from blue to orange or the other way around. A little Janis, a little Alanis, a whole lot of soul that feels too much but wouldn’t have it any other way.”- Muse’s Muse

My Craziest Dream

by Abbie Gardner

Released 2004
Released 2004
Jazz Vocals with dashes of Norah Jones, Aretha Franklin, and Billie Holiday
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Here is my Craziest Dream...
My father is a seasoned pianist and arranger who has played with the likes of Roy Eldridge, Gene Krupa, and Bobby Hackett, just to name a few. I've looked up to him all my life while singing along with Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald records, imagining my father as Teddy Wilson and myself as Billie... then I was able to live that dream while making my very first full-length, independently-released …
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Bad Nights/Better Days

by Abbie Gardner/Anthony da Costa

Released 2008
Released 2008
The songs they used to be afraid to write. Real, Raw, and recorded in 3 days.
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On three days in February, an award-winning 17-year-old songwriter and a member of Red Molly holed themselves up in a small wooden studio in Croton-on-Hudson, NY. Out came the songs they used to be afraid to write. Real and raw, there's no feel-good hit of the summer here.

Over the course of the record, in the tradition of an old-school concept LP, love is found, confused, lost, rediscovered, and redefined. The songs are filled with …
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