Saturday Feb 11 - Fury's, Dover, NH - 9pm, with The Coloradas.
The critics are weighing in on Good Times Comin':
—The Portland Phoenix: "The Molenes have taken the mother tongue of American roots music and shown once again they are utterly fluent." (Sam Pfeifle)
—The Boston Globe: "A Stones-meets-Son Volt gem." (Jonathan Perry)
—Rambles.net: "You'd think these guys were put on earth to stand here at the crossroads of space, time and rock 'n' roll to do exactly this." (Jerome Clark)
—Spotlight Magazine: "Sounds like the product of a fiery jam session between Uncle Tupelo and ZZ Top where a case of Bud and a bottle of Jack are being shared liberally." (Chris Hislop)
—The Patriot-Ledger: "The album you knew they had in them." (Chad Berndtson)
In the Charts: Good Times Comin' reached #18 in the FAR (American Roots) radio chart shortly after release, and climbed to#44 in the prestigious Americana Music Association (AMA) by early November.
The Molenes have been selected as a "River Rising Star" by Boston's leading independent commercial radio station, WXRV 92.5 FM The River.
On the air... Good Times Comin' has reached #18 in the FAR (American Roots) radio chart and the Top 40 in the AMA radio chart. Hear The Molenes on Farm Fresh Radio 102.9 FM (Burlington, VT), KRVS (Lafayette, LA), WUMB 91.9, WXRV 92.5 the River, and WMBR 88.1 FM (Boston, MA), WUNH 91.3 FM (Durham, NH), M3 Radio (New York, NY), WRDP (Chicago, IL); WCLZ 98.1 FM, WPOR, and WBLM 102.9 FM (all Portland, ME); WUMF (Farmington, ME), WSCA 106.1 (Portsmouth, NH), NHPR (NH, MA, ME), WXOJ 103.3 FM (Northampton, MA), WMPBN (Maine's NPR stations), and more than 150 other stations around the US and the world – both web and broadcast – and, bizarrely, on a disporportionately high number of Scandinavian stations. Request them soon at a fine broadcasting establishment near you.