Cameron Molloy and The Drivin’ Wheel
Cameron Molloy and the Drivin' Wheel, it’s Hank Williams to Johnny Cash, Chuck Berry to Garcia, Jerry. The roots of country and the roots of rock n roll, played with reckless abandon along with a mix of Molloy originals all add up to a night of iconic tunes from the great Americana song book. Include Molloys songs from his extensive recording career in Canada and you have a hybrid AmeriCanadiana.
In the latest European country Music Association list of Americana and country artists, Cameron Molloy is ranked 36 out of 200.
Cameron Molloy is an award winning singer, songwriter and international recording artist who brings years of performing experience to any stage he steps on. With his band, The Drivin’ Wheel, featuring Dale Sharrah on bass and vocals and Jack Books on drums, one can expect an evening of music spanning the length and breadth of the Americana songbook. Classics going back to early blues, country, rockabilly and rock and roll as well as Molloys original from his seven albums guarantee a night of great music and songs intermingled with anecdotes and tales from years of performing which included a stretch of almost 20 years on the road.
From the 60’s Greenwich Village folk scene up through the British Invasion, the San Francisco west coast music scene through the beginnings of the Outlaw Country movement with Waylon and Willie and the boys, there is a good possibility you will hear songs from any one of those eras and more. Over the past 4 years Cameron has released 5 singles on Triplestrand Productions compilation cd’s and has garnered 5 top 20 hits on European, New Zealand, Australian and south western US independent radio stations.
It might be the band playing the music or the music playing the band but if The Drivin’ Wheel is in your venue or playing your club, Winery, brewery or festival a good time will be had by all,
Artists Cameron has appeared with throughout his career
New Riders of the Purple Sage
Ozark Mountain Daredevils
Charlie Daniels Band
Larry Gatling and the Gatling Brothers
The Hager Twins
Doug and the Slugs
Powder Blues Band
John Lee Hooker