Molly Ringwald Talks Jazz Album, Simple Minds Cover, and Team Ducky vs. Team Blane

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Since Molly Ringwald’s teen dramedy days, she’s kept busy writing both fiction and non-fiction; acting in film, television, and theater; and parenting her three children. But now she has launched a new venture: a jazz music career, with an album of standards from the Great American Songbook, Except Sometimes. This may seem like a major stylistic departure for the former new wave girl who once memorably danced in slouchy boots in the Shermer High School detention center, but the album does offer one touching nod to Molly’s ’80s past: a cocktail-jazz remake of Simple Minds’ “Don’t You (Forget About Me),” which, of course, was the theme song to perhaps the most famous film she made with legendary late director John Hughes, The Breakfast Club.

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