OC MUSIC AWARDS NOMINATION, SUNDANCE SHOW, STITCHES AD CAMPAIGN; SINGER MOLLY JENSON CONTINUES TO MAKE WAVES AS CD RELEASE DATE NEARS; MEETS UP WITH “GOOD FRIEND” “BONO” TO COMPARE NOTES ON SIMULTANEOUS RELEASE DATE


Los Angeles, CA-March 2, 2009—Award-winnings singer/songwriter Molly Jenson whose much-anticipated debut CD “Maybe Tomorrow” releases on March 3rd, has had a flurry of activity surrounding its release including being nominated for best pop artist at the Orange County Music Awards, having her song used in a major ad campaign for the clothing line Stitches, a stop at the Sundance Film Festival where she played before a sold out crowd, having her album named by the online rock publication Stereo Subversion as the “best album” of 2009 and a run-in with “Bono” the “lead singer” of U2 whose CD releases on the same day as Jenson’s.


Friends and industry leaders will join Jenson on March 3rd in Hollywood for a special party to celebrate the CD’s launch, hosted by Bully! Pulpit Records, Nettwerk Music Group, Co-Exist and Risen Magazine. The event will include a special unveiling of the magazine’s cover which features Jenson, by the magazine’s editor Chris Ahrens and publisher Alan Camaisa and a special toast from famed publicist Michael Levine, founder of LCO-Levine Communications Office and editor of the LBN E-Lert. Jenson joins past artists featured on the cover of Risen including Paul McCartney, Billy Bob Thornton and Hillary Swank. The photos were taken by famed celebrity photographer Bill Zelman.


Jenson also recently met up with her “good friend” “Bono” in Beverly Hills to discuss the release of both of their CD’s on the same day. The two exchanged pleasantries but the conversation turned sour when “Bono” realized that Jenson’s album was also releasing on March 3rd. Jenson’s fans have spearheaded a campaign called “Make Molly #1” or MM1 to help their favorite artist best U2 in opening week sales and the news apparently hadn’t reached the Irish rock star.


The entire encounter can be viewed here.


“I have so much respect for Bono and U2,” Jenson maintains. “It was so good to see him again. At least I think it was Bono.”


Jenson was also recently featured in a major story in the Orange County Register. To read the article, visit here.


Jenson’s review in Stereo Subversion can be viewed here.


She was also interviewed by Mark Joseph, founder of her label Bully! Pulpit Records for his online show, The Bully! Pulpit Show. The entire episode can be viewed here.


To read more about Molly Jenson, please visit www.mollyjenson.com or www.myspace.com/mollyjenson 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


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