Bully! Pupit/Nettwerk recording artist Molly Jenson continues to get noticed in the music world, most recently for her duet with Sherwood lead singer Nathan Henry on the song “Worn,” which appeared on the band’s newest album “QU.”

“Singer/songwriter Molly Jenson’s vocals make an appearance on the track and pose a stark contrast to Henry’s vocals,” noted the music publication State Press. “The result is a dark acoustic tune and a muscle-flexing display of Sherwood’s versatility.”

“It was such a pleasure working with Nathan and the whole band,” noted Jenson. “They are amazing musicians and great guys. Singing with them was a really wonderful experience.”

Having just finished her recent tour opening for the band WPA, Jenson is continuing to perform solo acoustic shows across the country on her No Place Like Home tour including a recent stop at Wheaton College near Chicago and an October 22 date with the Pawn Shop Kings to raise relief funds for India in the wake of the lost lives and the destruction caused by this year’s monsoon season. All proceeds are to aid the Harvest India organization, which is committed to serving the underprivileged and needy in India.

Jenson has also been spending time in the studio, recording her rendition of the popular Chipmunks song, “Christmas Don’t Be Late.” Check out Molly’s website for updates on when the song will be available.

On a recent swing through Northern California, Jenson dropped by an Alice Cooper show to meet the legendary rock star and pose for pictures. Label head Mark Joseph had previously introduced Jenson to Cooper’s wife, Sheryl, and the two quickly became friends.

“I know you!” Cooper said, when introduced to Jenson at the show.

“Our music is very different, but our love for music and life is the same,” noted Jenson. “He is first and foremost a showman, and I learned a lot from watching him in action.”

Pictures of the encounter are posted here:

Molly Myspace Pics

Fans can also vote for Jenson online as a nominee for the 2010 People’s Choice Award at the OC Music Awards scheduled for March 6th, 2010. Votes can be registered at www.ocmusicawards.com/peoples-choice-award/.

To read more about Molly Jenson, please visit www.mollyjenson.com. For further information on Bully! Pulpit Records and Nettwerk Music Group, please visit www.bullypulpitrecords.com and www.nettwerk.com. To schedule an interview, please contact Rich Adams at Radams@nettwerk.com or Toni Burge at Toni@mjmgroup.com.

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