MOLLY JOHNSON RELEASES POWERFUL NEW VIDEO FOR HER TRACK, “PROTEST SONG,” OUT NOW
SET TO PERFORM AT THE FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE JAZZ DE MONTREAL ON JULY 4TH
HEADS TO FRANCE FOR MULTIPLE FESTIVAL SHOWS THIS SUMMER
17 JUNE 2019 (Toronto, ON) – Juno award-winning singer-songwriter Molly Johnson has released a powerful new video today for her timely track, “Protest Song.” Watch the video HERE. The video comes just ahead of Molly’s multiple concert dates in France. A full list of dates is below.
“Protest Song” from Molly’s Juno nominated album “Meaning To Tell Ya,” released via Universal Music Canada, last year and produced by Grammy Award-winning producer Larry Klein (Joni Mitchell, Tracy Chapman). The video was shot in downtown Toronto at Orange Studios. This inspirational video was filmed and directed by Cory Winfield, a longtime artistic collaborator of Molly’s. About the song, Molly noted, “We wrote a lullaby for your protest march, a peaceful moment in a world of chaos “
This summer the Toronto-based singer-songwriter will be traveling to France for a series of live performances. Ahead of those dates, Molly will be making an appearance at the famed Festival International de Jazz de Montreal on July 4th.
In addition to a busy performing schedule Molly will once again be organizing the Kensington Market Jazz Festival in Toronto this year. The festival, which is in its fourth year, will take place from September 13-15th. For more information please visit: https://www.kensingtonjazz.com/
About Molly Johnson
Known as one of Canada’s greatest voices, she is a mother, singer-songwriter, artist and philanthropist. Molly has been awarded the honour of becoming an Officer of Canada(O.C.) and received the Queens Jubilee medal for her philanthropic work.
In 2016 she launched the Kensington Market Jazz Festival with over 400 Canadian musicians performing 150 + shows.
Upcoming Tour/Festival Dates:
July 4 – Montreal, Quebec - The Festival International de Jazz de Montreal
July 17th – Paris, France - Duc des Lombards
July 18th – Paris, France - Duc des Lombards
July 20th – La Farlede, France - La Farlede Jazz Festival
July 24th – Mallorca, Spain - Bistro 19 by Living Dreams
July 25th – Albertville, France - Albertville Jazz Festival (The Dome Theatre)
July 27th – Carolles, France - Festival Jazz en Baie (Club 251)
July 29th – Marciac, France - Jazz in Marciac (l’Astrada)