There are three artists that use this name. Here they are listed in chronological order:
1: "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" An alternative/indie project from Annapolis, MD (2002 - present)
The Unsinkable Molly Brown existed as a loose project for any combination of Dave Botluk, BoBo C. Tiberius, Colby Kirchner, Adam Christy, Zach Spellman, Earvin Beavers and probably others starting in 2002. It continued in this fashion until the last of what had become their customary NYE jam sessions at O'Malley's Alley on 12/31/2004. Dozens of hours of music were recorded to tape during this period. These tapes have produced two official releases so far. The first is DHTO-N0, a collection of instrumental and experimental tracks. The second album was Maximal Effort, Minimal Results, which gives a good look at the formation of the alternative/indie sound that the band would later fully adopt.
The Unsinkable Molly Brown enjoyed a successful, albeit brief, resurrection in 2006 with Dave, BoBo, and new drummer Jon Darrow as the first steady lineup. They finally started playing live shows and recorded an EP called Juicy Everything. The band was placed on hiatus shortly after this, as Dave moved to PA.
The Unsinkable Molly Brown played a few reunion shows in 2008. They officially ended the hiatus in October 2009, when Dave and BoBo moved to Phoenix, AZ. Work began on the next album, Flower Comics, which featured higher quality recordings of several previously released songs alongside new material. During this time Dave took over the majority of performance duties. He played all of the instrumentation on all but one track for Flower Comics. Live shows consist of Dave playing acoustic guitar with no backing group.
2: "Unsinkable Molly Brown" A Punk/Ska band from Colorado. (2004 - ?)
3: "Unsinkable Molly Brown" A Punk band from Toledo, OH (2007 - Present)
Unsinkable Molly Brown are attempting to return Punk rock to an era long forgotten in this time of Nu-Hair-Metal and Mall Punk. DIY ethics and regionalism colors aggressive melodies and attempted sing-a-longs of drunken nights and personal politics. No Haircut or uniform required.
Also notable are "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" of Molly Brown Retro Band, an oldies cover group and music from the original soundtrack to "The Unsinkable Molly Brown", a movie starring Debbie Reynolds.
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