The Songwriter Residency @ The Molecule Effect

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ABOUT THE RESIDENCY

Friday’s 7-9pm

Join René Moffatt each Friday evening at The Molecule Effect (Wash Park) for original acoustic songs. Enjoy a wide selection of drinks and light fare. Get your 1960’s Greenwich Village vibe on.

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SONG SWAPS

Twice a month René hosts a fellow songwriter for a good ol’ fashioned song swap. During the two hour show we’ll quiz each other on the latest fashion trends, discuss the weather, and, oh yeah, sing some songs!

Upcoming Song Swap artists:

Ian Mahan – Friday, January 14th

Micki Balder – Friday, January 28th

Alex Rhodes – Friday, February 11th

Miguel Avina (of iZCALLi) – Friday, March 11th

 

Past Song Swap artists:

Andrew Palamara

THE ARTISTS

Song Swap: Alex Rhodes

Song Swap: Alex Rhodes

WEBSITE STREAMING INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK INSTRUMENTS PLAYED:Guitar, Harmonica, bad piano HOMETOWN:Franklinville, NC CURRENTLY RESIDE:Denver, COAlex Rhodes believes everyone should walk around with a song in their head. He writes upbeat, down-home music for...

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Song Swap: Andrew Palamara

Song Swap: Andrew Palamara

WEBSITE STREAMING INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK INSTRUMENTS PLAYED:Guitar HOMETOWN:Dallas, Tx CURRENTLY RESIDE:Cincinnati, OH10 Questions1. What comes first, music or lyrics?It depends on the song. Sometimes, I start with a mix of both, but I don't exclusively begin writing with...

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Song Swap: Ian Mahan

Song Swap: Ian Mahan

WEBSITE SPOTIFY INSTAGRAM TWITTER INSTRUMENTS PLAYED:Guitar and Piano HOMETOWN:Rockford, IL CURRENTLY RESIDE:Denver, COA Colorado transplant from small-town Illinois, singer-songwriter Ian Mahan has spent the last decade writing and performing music for the sole...

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Song Swap: Micki Balder

Song Swap: Micki Balder

WEBSITE SPOTIFY INSTAGRAM FACEBOOK INSTRUMENTS PLAYED:Guitar, a little piano (but really just guitar) HOMETOWN:Boston CURRENTLY RESIDE:DenverMicki Balder is a folksy singer-songwriter writing sad songs for happy people (and ever so occasionally, happy songs for sad...

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