School is back in session, and with it comes yet another year of quality music in the Brazos Valley. While 2018 was full of big names visiting Bryan/College Station, 2019 looks to be an even bigger year!
Hurricane Harry’s will once again be the place to be come Friday, Jan. 18, as Jon Wolfe takes the stage to help kick off the spring semester in style.
If you’re wanting to unwind from the week to the sounds of pure country music, look no further than Wolfe’s show. The native Oklahoman is as country as they come in the genre. Wolfe grew up singing at church, and after short stint in classic pop music, was introduced to country by his uncle.
After transferring to Texas for work, Wolfe decided to pursue a career in music, moving to Austin and becoming a regular in the area. His debut album released in 2004, and Wolfe has yet to look back.
Wolfe has that deep, strong voice you’d expect from a country boy, and his songs reflect that. His music has a small town feel that is the perfect representation for rural America and the country way of life. However, his lyrics and the stories they tell can be felt by all, which is not an easy feat for a singer/songwriter.
Joining Wolfe on stage for the evening will be guest star Aaron Copeland. Copeland, a Texas-born-and-raised singer from Corsiciana, is an up-and-coming star in the country music industry. He’s spent time touring with the Casey Donahew Band and Sam Riggs and the Night People, fine tuning his craft and preparing to forge his own path in country music.
Of course, there’s no better venue to house these two acts than Hurricane Harry’s. From the dance hall to the fully-stocked bar, Harry’s has everything you’ll need to enjoy both Jon Wolfe and Aaron Copeland. Don’t miss out on the fun!