Wild women don't get the blues
When I strolled into Mollie Fontaine Lounge, I did not yet realize that I was entering hollowed grounds. When entering I noticed a lovely women behind the piano, her eyes filled with warmth and her voice spoke of wisdom. The stools along side the piano where bulging with her disciples and when her hands graced the ivory, the old brown stone on Adams Ave was filled with this
smokey,yet sympathetic voice. As I sat on the couch, I wonder how many places like this she has played and for whom.
She dazzled those in attendance with her sultry voice, not
to mention her wit and charm.
From the suggestive lyrics of "Long John", a song about an itch that can only be scratched by her dentist, to the humorous yet titillating "If I can't sell it,I'll keep sittin on it", left us drooling for more.
I later found out not only is this lady multi talented, but she is an humanitarian and well educated to boot, with double majors in sociology and music respectively.
If you are ever in Memphis and you want to see how a real professional does it. Look her up, you want be disappointed.
True class never goes out of style.
Ms Di Anne Price, it was my pleasure meeting you and thank you for having us. It's not eveyday, that I get to see someone of your immense talent.