Molly Flannery piano player

I play in a variety of venues throughout New England, such as Sanctuary, Westford Parish Center for the Arts, Bull Run Restaurant, Chelmsford Center for the Arts, Main Streets Cafe, Nick’s Bar and Restaurant, and Concord’s Colonial Inn!

Jazz Valentine Brunch
Molly Flannery, Hatrack Gallagher & Bill McCormack!
Sunday, February 13
12:30p.m.- 4:00p.m.
Molly on piano, with Patrick “Hatrack” Gallagher on harmonica, and Bill McCormack on bass!

Nashoba Winery
100 Wattaquadock Hill Road
Bolton, Massachusetts 01740

Lori Zuroff’s Jazz Quintet Ladybug CD Release Party
Saturday, February 26
8:00 p.m.
Westford Parish Center for the Arts
10 Lincoln St, Westford, MA

Molly is on piano, with vocalist Lori Zuroff on vocals, Bill McCormack on bass, Miki Matsuki on drums, and Bill Vint on sax and flute

$25/person: Pay on site, or buy tix in advance online here:

Cabaret-style seating. BYOB (drinks/food).
Must show proof of Covid vaccination and wear a mask at all times except when actively eating/drinking.

Haley Peltz
Haley Isadora

Molly Flannery & Haley Isadora
Friday, April 15, 8:00 PM EDT
82 Main Street, Maynard, MA
Tickets: $15/Advance • $20/Door
Proof of vaccination or negative test required.

Photo of Fernando Holz Band

The Fernando Holz Band
On Hold Due to COVID
3rd Wednesday of the month!

On the third Wednesday of every month you can enjoy Brazilian bossa novas, sambas and original compositions featuring singer-songwriter-guitarist Fernando Holz. I’ll be on piano, with Steve Rose on drums and Jose Pienasola on bass. For more info about Fernando, see

The Colonial Inn
48 Monument Square
Concord, MA 01742
No cover.

Tyra Penn and Her Army of Snakes present The Last Day of August
On Hold due to COVID

This is a concert based on an uncommonly beautiful novel. John Crowley’s Little, Big is a modern-day fairy tale following a family spanning five generations in their curiously constructed house, located somewhere in rural New England. John Crowley once said of his work that his books are made, in part, of other books. This program is also made from a book, and from a collage of songs, both familiar and unknown.

The performance will be accompanied by an in-progress art piece, a collage assemblage of the house called Edgewood and its many curious residents. Refreshments will be served during intermission while attendees view the art installation.

Tyra Penn and Her Army of Snakes are musical purveyors of broken blues and jazz power ballads, playing songs both familiar and unusual from the peculiar perspective of bandleader and vocalist Tyra Penn.

Eustis Estate Museum
1424 Canton Avenue
Milton, MA

Advance tickets recommended: $30, available at Historic New England’s website. For more information, please call 617-994-6600.