Nashville, but hopefully right on time for something, might prove the perfect room for her until Ovations get's wind of her pipes.
Molly Burch has a voice that could stop an airplane in the sky. It may be early to sink her under the dead weight of the chanteuse sobriquet, but that's a possibility. Or perhaps she'll turn up in the remake of Blue Velvet. Tomorrow never knows, except that she's better than her press release and better than the pack of sequin-dressed songbirds vying for her role at the mic. Upstairs in the White Oak Music Hall, where she plays with Houston's Dollie Barnes, who was born just too late for a big part in Altman's