Molly Rocklind is an internationally acclaimed contemporary vocal coach whose worked with artists from all over the world including: The United States, Asia, Central & South America, Europe, and South Africa. She served as the Director of Education for Hollywood Pop Academy, a former training facility for aspiring pop singers, as well as a vocal coach at the world renowned Musicians Institute, in Hollywood California. Some of her clients have gone on to sign publishing, independent and major record deals. Others have appeared on shows like: American Idol, China Idol, America's Got Talent, The Voice USA, The Voice China, and American Chance (Ukraine).
Having collaborated with some of the most elite musicians and producers in the industry today, Molly Rocklind has also established herself as an artist, songwriter and session vocalist. She has graced stages from Carnegie Hall to the Oklahoma Opry. She has also shared the stage with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Chaka Kahn, Deana Carter and America (The Band). She's been a back-up singer for Warner Music Nashville recording artist, Cowboy Troy.  She has earned the title of being a "first-call session vocalist" for many notable LA producers and songwriters. Molly was a Season 6 Finalist on NBC's, Nashville Star and a 3-Time Mavric Music Award nominee and recipient of the "Inspirational Song of the Year" award for her song, "Living A Life of Music in Tennessee." 
In addition to performing, Molly's had the distinct privilege of serving over ten years on the worship team of Christian Assembly Church in Eagle Rock California under the leadership of Tommy Walker. 
Molly currently resides in Nashville TN where she actively performs both on stage and in the studio. She serves on staff at Trevecca University's National Praise and Worship Institute as a vocal coach. Molly also teaches voice and artist development privately out of Shameless Studios in Berry Hill.

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