Dreading Mondays is a thing of the past with this weekly Quad Cities attraction!

Join Molly Durnin for ‘Mondays with Molly’ every Monday from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m., live at the Gypsy Highway (2606 W Locust St. Davenport). Enjoy dinner and a show to kick-start your week and say goodbye to the Monday Blues!

Molly Durnin is an impassioned alternative singer/songwriter who has rapidly emerged from the talented 518 music scene of Upstate New York. Her sultry, uninhibited vocals, percussive acoustic guitar style and sophisticated lyrics invariably excite and captivate audiences. Molly’s passionate devotion to her music and fans has driven her down the east coast with a nonstop show schedule. She presently divides her time between New York and South Carolina.

Molly’s self-produced debut album Run received widespread acclaim after its release in June of 2012. The Times Union called the album “simply exquisite” and Fools Hill Music described it as “smart, sexy pop/rock in the post-modern style.” Molly is planning a return to the studio in 2018 to record her much-anticipated follow-up to Run. This new album will transform five years of performing and artistic introspection into a provocative new sound for longtime fans and new listeners alike.

For more information on Molly and to get a taste for her sultry sound, visit http://www.mollydurnin.com/.

The Gypsy Highway Bar & Grill, a cross between a family-friendly Motorcycle themed bar and live music venue with guitars on display, has an amazing Asian Fusion Food menu featuring Thai dishes, American classics Like Steaks and Burgers, and their famous Gypsy Crab boil. To learn more, visit http://www.thegypsyhighway.net/.

Spend this Monday with Molly at the Gypsy Highway!

Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.