Molly Pauken, along with Kay Harris and Pete Cary, come together as the band Sirens. Sirens music is all about the unique melody, the expression through lyric, voice and the texture of acoustic guitar and bass coming together to create unique but timeless pop songs. Sirens music integrates pop, rock, Americana, funk and folk to produce a sound all their own. Molly and the Sirens are performing at the 2019 Creekside Blues and Jazz Festival® (CBJF) June 14-16 in Gahanna, Ohio. The group will perform from 1:45 – 3 pm Sunday, June 16 on the Toyota Direct Acoustic Alley Stage. We had the chance to talk to Molly to learn more about the band and their upcoming performance.
|How long have you been a musician?
I’ve been playing music ever since my dad taught me ukulele when I was six years old. I’ve been a full time professional musician since 1991.
Who inspired you initially?
What’s your favorite song to perform?
What’s your favorite kind of music to listen to?
If you could meet up and play with any legendary musician (dead or alive), who would it be?
What will you be performing/bringing to the Creekside Blues & Jazz Festival?
Where can fans learn more about you and your music?
Fans can find us on Facebook, ReverbNation, and some of our songs are on YouTube, iTunes, Amazon Music and Spotify (listed below).
“Everything” written and performed by Kay Harris and Molly Pauken
For a complete schedule of entertainment, plus shuttle, parking and additional information, go to CreeksideBluesandJazz.com. Interested in scoring a complimentary weekend pass and Tshirt? Use the #2019CBJF hashtag on social media to share or create posts about the Festival. We’ll pick 40 Jambassadors at random (before 6.14.19) to score some swag! Questions? Call 614/418-9114.