Nashville, Tenn. (Oct. 25, 2018) – After countless encounters of injustice and disparity, ameri-pop artist, avid human rights activist and LGBT musician Molly Adele Brown had enough. Brown released her powerful and timely anthem “Me Too,” continuing the conversation in an industry that too often ignores it. The Washington Post interviewed Brown, as well as other artists who use their talents and platform to pursue justice and equality. To read the article, click HERE.
“It needs to come from the heads of the companies to fix what’s going on, artists can only do so much,” Brown tells The Washington Post. “But if we keep banding together, we can do more than what is happening right now.”
Brown believes everyone deserves to be loved and treated with respect, and is committed to using her voice to spread acceptance and kindness.
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Brown recently released her new single & music video “Only Human,” a heartwarming track that urges people to look past trivial differences and realize we all share the mortal struggles of life.
Molly Adele Brown Bio:
New York native and alt-pop singer Molly Adele Brown is a breath of fresh air, bringing passion, energy and authenticity to everything she produces. After moving to Nashville to pursue her dreams, Brown found her own unique sound and is already leaving her mark on the industry. She recently released her new single “Only Human” with an accompanied music video. The heartwarming track, written by Brown and Corey Lee Barker and produced by Ryan Prewett, urges people to look past each other’s differences and realize we all go through the same life challenges. She connected with Nashville musicians Tim Angsten and Tim Baumgarten with whom she co-wrote her powerful anthem “Me Too,” receiving national praise from The Washington Post. Molly and “The Tim’s” were seen performing this timely song on a segment of WSMVs Today In Nashville. Brown has a deep passion for service, and actively uses her talents to give back to her community. She believes music is an essential part of the healing and growing process, and has performed at the homeless shelter in Nashville, the Center for Women’s Abuse in New York as well as participated in several charity events. Brown shows no sign of slowing down, and will release new music next year.