Molly Rocklind is a seasoned performer, vocalist, songwriter and producer. She has graced stages from Carnegie Hall to the Oklahoma Opry. She is an established session/demo singer, having collaborated with some of the most elite musicians and producers in the industry today.

Molly has shared the stage with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Chaka Kahn, Deana Carter and America (The Band). She's been a back-up singer for Warner Music Nashville recording artist, Cowboy Troy.  Molly was a Season 6 Finalist on NBC's, "Nashville Star" and a 3-time Mavric Music Award Nominee and recipient of the "Inspirational Song of the Year" award for her song, "Living A Life of Music in Tennessee." She's also a "Female Vocalist of the Year" nominee.

Molly has been a guest artist on KHAY Country FM radio in Ventura CA as well as Krazy Country FM radio in Santa Barbara, CA. She is also an accomplished session vocalist having worked with with some of the best songwriters and producers in Los Angeles. Her session experience ranges from singing on an award winning political campaign ad to being heard singing on the Friday Night Lights Soundtrack. 

In addition to her performance and songwriting experience, Molly has had the distinct honor of being on staff as a vocal coach at the world renowned, Musician's Institute in Hollywood, CA. She coached students from all over the world in vocal performance, vocal technique, studio recording and songwriting. She also had the privilege of serving as the Director of Education for one of Hollywood's elite training facilities for aspiring pop singers, Hollywood Pop Academy.  During this time, Molly partnered with Universal Music and Ukranian Records to appear as a guest judge and vocal coach on Eastern Europe's televised reality series, "American Chance."  

In the Spring of 2015, Molly moved to Nashville Tennessee to take her solo career to the next level. She is currently working on her EP which should be available the fall of 2015.