Ira Wolf


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August 7, 2017

In 'The Closest Thing to Home' Ira Wolf Explores Touring, Travel, and Belonging

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Music has been a part of Wolf’s life for as long as she can remember. Born in the Mountains of Montana, she briefly studied at the University of Montana, Missoula, before heading off to Berklee College of Music. In 2012, she left school to pursue her dreams, traveling in Europe and Australia, writing and recording all the while.

After a coin toss led her to settle in Nashville, Tennessee, she began collaborating with writers and musicians in the music industry there. Her first tour began just a few months before her debut album, Fickle Heart, was released in September 2014. That began what was to be the start of her touring full-time. Honest, her second album, was released in March 2016.

Throughout her career, Wolf has been recognized for her vivid and raw lyrical talents, as well as her entrancing vocals. She’s been honored at Rocky Mountain Folks Festival Songwriter Showcase, Great American Song Contest, International Songwriting Competition, Gate City Music Festival Songwriting Contest, CT Folk Festival Songwriter Competition, Blast on the Bay Songwriter Contest, and Eddie Owen’s Open Mic Shootout, among others. In addition to this, she was named one of Spotify’s “Best of Folk/Americana” artists in 2016. Fans can find her featured in blogs such as She-Explores “Women on the Road” and Sonicbids “Success Stories.”

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Press Clippings

Ira Wolf Settles Without Settling on The Closest Thing to Home (The All Scene Eye)

The Vinyl Lunch – 9/8/17 (The Vinyl Lunch)

Ira Wolf Explores the Difficulties of Touring on Newest Album (Country Hodge Podge)

Ira Wolf, ‘Some Days’ [Exclusive Premiere] (The Boot)

Ira Wolf – “Ruby” (Roughstock)

Exclusive Single Premiere: Ira Wolf – “Sunscreen” (Country Fancast)


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