Jessica Molaskey

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Jessica Molaskey is a professional singer of torch songs and show tunes. She was born January 9, 1962, in Wolcott, Connecticut.[1] She has appeared in a dozen Broadway shows such as the revival of Sunday in the Park With George and Cats and has premiered theater pieces off-Broadway, including the Jason Robert Brown 1995 musical Songs for a New World, and in regional theaters across the US. She is married to jazz singer and guitarist John Pizzarelli, who has appeared on each of her albums. Together, they have one daughter, Madeleine. Other artists who have performed with Molaskey include Bucky Pizzarelli, Martin Pizzarelli, Johnny Frigo and Adam Guettel.[1] Jessica co-hosts a nationally syndicated weekly two-hour radio program called "Radio Deluxe" with her husband John Pizzarelli from "the most deluxe living room from high atop Lexington Avenue" (NYC).

Discography

ReleasedAlbumNotesLabel
2002-06-04
"Pentimento"
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PS Classics
2003-05-20
"A Good Day"
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PS Classics
2004-10-05
"Make Believe"
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PS Classics
2007-05-08
"Sitting in Limbo"
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PS Classics
2008-09-02
"A Kiss to Build a Dream On"
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Arbors Records
2012-08-14
"At The Algonquin"
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Arbors Records

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