Jon Wolfe is set to take the stage May 24, 2019, at Heritage Hall in Paris, Texas, with special guest Kevin Jackson.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and music starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 for those 21 and older, $25 for those under 21. A four-person table is $50, and does not include tickets.
According to his website, his 2010 release, “It All Happened In A Honky Tonk,” became such a regional success that it was re-released as a Deluxe Edition by Warner Music Nashville in 2013. The album debuted at #34 on the Billboard Album Chart and has collectively sold 25,000 units.
2015’s “Natural Man” debuted #13 on iTunes, #25 on the Billboard chart, and #8 on the Nielsen SoundScan Top New Artist Albums Chart. The 13-track collection merges Wolfe’s signature traditional sound, influenced by some of country music’s greatest legends, with an edgy, modern energy.
The blend of rawness and accessibility of “Natural Man” gave Wolfe the undeniable identity of a torchbearer for country music. “Any Night In Texas” (2017) – Wolfe’s most recent and proudest collection of songs to date – landed at #3 on iTunes Country, #15 on Billboard Country, and continues to burn up the charts. With three highly-lauded studio albums in his repertoire, Wolfe’s garnered 12 consecutive Top Ten singles (7 have hit No.1), positioning him as a must-see act in Texas, Oklahoma, and well beyond.
His website says he is currently pursuing a passion of his and launching his own tequila brand under the moniker of his name in Spanish: Juan Lobo. The brand is set to launch alongside two huge music festivals that Wolfe is organizing and producing. Alongside his packed 2019 touring schedule, Wolfe will release an EP of brand new music produced by the visionary Dave Brainard in June of 2019. He has begun to play a new song “Feels Like Country Music” live, and will release the song as the first single off the new project.
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