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Sunday May 12 2024
  7:30PM doors -- music at 8:00PM
  •••  21 AND OVER
$17 in advance / $20 at the door
Emily Wolfe
www.emilywolfemusic.com
 alternative rock pop
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Emily Wolfe
-from Austin, TX
-Emily Wolfe asserts her talent as a dynamic vocalist, sharp songwriter, and an accomplished guitarist and producer. She delivers a brand of rock ‘n’ roll
that’s raw and relevant, anchored by emotionally charged lyrics and a powerhouse stage presence. This young and impassioned artist has amassed millions
of streams and garnered widespread acclaim from The Wall Street Journal, MTV, Guitar Player, PASTE, American Songwriter as well as her hometown paper,
the Austin-American Statesman and many others. Recognized as a force on the instrument, Emily has collaborated with Epiphone/Gibson Guitars on two
signature Sheraton models.

After quietly emerging as a phenomenon, Emily projects her voice like never before on her third full-length album, which she produced. As if mainlining fire
from her heart through her vocal chords, she delivered this ten-track opus called The Blowback,
without apology.

“I called the record The Blowback, because a lot of the songs are about not taking bullshit anymore,” she explains,“I guess I could say it more elegantly,
but it’s how I felt. From global issues, national problems, and interpersonal relationships, it’s a big middle finger to everything. The album is something
I needed to do for myself. I’m really proud of it. This is the most connected I’ve ever felt to a body of work.”

Since 2013, Emily has engaged with a hard-hitting, yet hypnotic signature style steeped in rock grit and uplifted by alternative spirit. Following the Roulette
EP [2014], she gained traction with anthems like “Atta Blues,” which generated over 2 million Spotify streams and counting. In 2019, she ignited her self-
titled debut LP, Emily Wolfe, highlighted by fan favorites such as “Holy Roller.” Maintaining this momentum, she lived up to the title of 2021’s Outlier.
Produced by Michael Shuman of Queens of the Stone Age and Mini Mansions, it incited unanimous critical applause from American Songwriter, Guitar World,
and more.

Parade Magazine proclaimed, “Outlier perfectly spotlights Wolfe’s commanding vocal presence and newly expanded range,” while Atwood Magazine christened
it “a dynamic and energetic frenzy finely balancing chaos with artistic control.” Along the way, she toured with everyone from The Gaslight Anthem to Neal
Francis, Dan Andriano, and HEART.

Inspired by Hole, Veruca Salt, Nirvana, and Alanis Morissette’s Jagged Little Pill, she envisioned a specific sound for what would become The Blowback. So,
she opted to self-produce in order to properly conjure it, handpicking every element herself.

“Producing The Blowback is one of the most thrilling experiences I’ve ever had,” she states. I’d learned so much from past producers like Michael Shuman,
and I was ready. For me, this whole chapter is about owning your spirit.”

Emily’s spirit shines on the track “Walk In My Shoes.” Stomping out of the gate, her high register swoons over a head-nodding groove punctuated by string
bends. Between a disco-style strut, she beckons, “Walk in my shoes…I don’t want to play anymore.”



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