Country artist Molly Lovette has teamed up with Fierce & Fabulous Revolution to premiere her official music video for her latest single One Woman Show.  With the current success of this single alongside the release of an empowerment lyric video which featured her fans taking the spotlight, Molly was wanting this music video to capture the essence of the unrestrained 'One Woman Show' perfectly.  “The song is about being your own person and being independent, so I wanted to translate that over to the music video, too,” says Molly. 

The video shoot was special to Molly also because it was filmed at her high school’s theater.  Molly  spent most of her high school years performing on that stage, so it felt like a full circle moment to her.  Drawing from the lyric video which included her fans, Molly got some help from her friends and family for this video. “I wanted to incorporate them into the video as much as possible. You can see my sister on the keys, one of my best friends on the bass, and so many of my friends and family members watching me on the stage.” 

Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Lovette and her two siblings grew in a very close and loving family. Her roots are deeply engrained in tradition of faith.   Lovette went to Catholic grade school and then an all-girls Catholic High School (the same one her grandmother, her mother, her cousins and her younger sister all attended). Music was another tradition that her family passed down to each child as well. Her mother was always playing music throughout the house when she was little, and her grandmother was known to write music and also sing to Lovette.   Molly shares that her dad swayed her to become a fan of Country music when her parents took her to her first concert (Tim McGraw) when she was only 5 years old.    


Lovette participated in every talent show from Kindergarten on and remembers putting on little “concerts,” for her family and babysitters from a young age. As a toddler, she would also sing in front of air vents for many hours so she could hear herself through the vents.  


The summer before her freshman year of college at Murray State, Lovette started working on her first album. By the time it was Winter break, she returned home and played her first full band show at her own album release party. This moment was turning point she needed for her music career to become her main emphasis. Over three hundred people came out to support her and the venue made a record-breaking total that Thursday night which enhanced Lovette’s faith in her music skills. But, three weeks later she was back at Murray State and as her second semester went on, she remembers sitting in class and all she wanted to do was play music. She would write songs in notebooks and sit in her room and play and write in between all of her classes.


She also started booking her own gigs at school. After seeing a video clip of one of her favorite musical group, Bon Jovi, she knew could not hold back her dreams. “The one thing that caught her attention in the video was that he said you cannot have a Plan B. Backup plans are for if something does not work out.” This quote added more passion for her love of music. She knew she had to take a break from school if she wanted to make of a music career.   Over time, Lovette got the courage to tell her Mom and Dad, who  were supported her dream to become a musician. Her parents had her come up with a business plan and a list of her goals to keep her path. Her Dad had helped her make a spreadsheet of venues that they would reach out to play at.

With the support from her parents as a team behind her, Lovette was ready to take the Country music world for a spin. While her first album was a mix of songs she wrote through her high school days, she was ready to move forward with her own sound and an older approach to songwriting due to the predictable fact that is becoming adult and is experiencing new things in her life.


In September 2019, she played a two hour long set at Duckfest, a day of live music and things hunting and outdoors in Saint Peters, Missouri. She also performs at many bars, wineries and intimate venues around her hometown, but one of her dreams is to one day headline her own tour.


Following the great success of the release of her single, “Lovin You,” Lovette had joined up with The Country Note, to premiere the official lyric video for the song on June 1, 2020 and  had to work within the COVID-19 guidelines. Sometimes plans have to change, but Lovette enjoys how this great project turned out.

Lovette is an open book about her music stem from real life experiences and how she pulls from different feelings to write the truth and honest lyrics she has known so far in her life. Her song “Lovin You,” tells the story about how Lovette was coming off a bad breakup at the time and was still in the unpleasant stage. She always writes on how she is feeling at that exact moment. There were some good times of course while dating he ex, but then there were moments that were bad, and it offset the good.


Some of her musical heroes are Taylor Swift, Maren Morris and Carrie Underwood, Lovette desires to represent the beauty, power, grace and relatability to her heroes have so easily showcased to their fans. With her great attitude and love to make real and truthful music, nothing is holding Lovette back from making Country music fans love her across the world. 

Molly has combined her childhood love of Country music with her talent for writing relatable lyrics to create a mature and refreshing sound within the Country genre.   With truthful lyrics that come from the heart and a drive for creativity that goes matchless, Molly Lovette is already shown the world  her musical talent and gift for creating new and fresh music.   


One Woman Show is available on SpotifyApple Music, and all other digital retailers


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