After the release of Molly Irene's first album Sing For You she went to Ireland to tour. She worked hard performing and writing for the next installment Sunday Sometimes. Ireland inspired Molly Irene to pursue her music career with a refined conviction. As she contemplated a move to music city and other major cities in the USA she experimented with a variety of genres - soaking up the muse of collaborative efforts. She performed with a bluegrass band and the spirit it invoked triggered a deeper understanding of the history of roots music. On the flip side Molly was also experimenting with a Police cover band, a couple roots/folk duos, traditional Irish, music ministry, and rock. Each avenue appeared to be a diversion from the other, but in the end the sounds had merged in the creation of Sunday Sometimes. Molly found herself writing songs with a band in mind. Each song called for different musicians she had worked with in her ten years as a St. Louis musician. Molly called long time musician colleague and friend to help with the enormous undertaking. Casey Hunter furnished his home studio with 21 different St. Louis musicians within one year while maintaining his own hectic tour schedule. His Webster University credentials as a commercial sound engineer and composer moved Molly Irene into a more disciplined experimental mindset. The experience also prepared her for the business of music in Nashville, TN. Sunday Sometimes has continued to secure a professional relationship throughout St. Louis with more bookings on television and at major music venues such as The Pageant, Off Broadway, the Tap Room, the Lucas School House and the Way Out Club to name a few. It is deliberately different from Sing For You because of it's commercial appeal. The genre variations between folk, rock, jazz, blues and alternative placed Molly Irene on the radar for film and television consideration. The musicians involved in the project have continued their own music successes on a local level and continue to work with Molly Irene locally. Musicians Involved: Co-Producer, Bass, Mixing : Casey Hunter Vocal Harmonies : Celia, Dan Huber, Patrick Huber, Greg Hullub, Nathan Williamson, Sarah Zagurski: Accordion : Charles E. Block Keyboard : Darin Pierce Electric Guitar : Drew Acree Electric and Baritone Guitar, Mandolin, Slide Guitar : Vee Maurice Bishop Drums : John Fedele, Francis Gomez Drums, Djembes, Tambourine, Eggs : Jim Aboussie Bass : Patrick Brennan Upright Bass : Steve Nowels Trumpet : Jim Manley Trombone : Jim Owens Cello : Marsha Mann Cello Arrangements : Mark Reynoso.