Molly Johnson has a voice that drips like honey and is as delicious as smoky barbecue. I first met the Canadian crooner and national treasure in 1988 doing hair on set for a video shoot for Alta Moda’s “Julian.” She was delightful, super cool and that voice!!! Alta Moda morphed into the rock outfit “Infidels” and that smooth jazz pop presence navigated the treacherous waters of the Canadian music scene to garner a Juno for “Most Promising New Group” in 1992. In recent years, Molly has developed a large following in France and England for her jazz and blues stylings, being invited to perform gigs in venues like The Royal Albert Hall in London and The Jazz au-Phare Festival in South Western France. A well regarded philanthropist, Molly has helped to raise millions over the years for various charities for HIV and AIDS. In 2001 she received the “Order of Canada” and the 2014 album “Because of Billie” proves that the mastery of her craft will continue to delight and dazzle for years to come.