JON WOLFE & CURTIS GRIMES @ HARRY’S

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“It all happened in a honky tonk, some roadside joint full of country songs” – you know where we’re going with this. If you’re looking for some great, traditional country music and a good place to kick back and drink on Friday night, then Hurricane Harry’s is your place on September 30. Jon Wolfe will be preforming along with Curtis Grimes starting at 9pm.

Wolfe is known for his gifted songwriting and songs that reach out to anyone who grew up in a small town with boots on a dance floor. His deep, strong voice follows those of George Strait, Garth Brooks, and Alan Jackson. His relatable lyrics make his music great for any long car ride or night out. Growing up in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Wolfe started out singing in his church choir, and worked as an oil trader in Illinois before moving to Austin to pursue his music career.

He has come a long way since his first self-produced album, “Almost Gone” in 2004, with his most recent album “Natural Man” reaching Top 25 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2015.

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Wolfe’s songs don’t stray from country’s usual whiskey, the open road, and women, and we wouldn’t want it any other way. From tracks like “Smile on Mine,” to “Outrun Her Memory,” “Natural Man” covers every end of the emotional spectrum. “Let A Country Boy Love You” is a perfect embodiment of Wolfe’s musical style, singing about a country girl who left her small town for the big city lights, only to be saved by a country boy.

Curtis Grimes, former “The Voice” contestant from Gilmer, Texas will also be taking the stage on Friday. A true Texan, Grimes’s music belongs on any country music stage with songs that will have you on your feet in seconds. Grimes gave up his dream of playing professional baseball to pursue music. His baseball days inspired his hit single, “Bottom of the Fifth.” Grimes has four albums starting with “Lonely River” from 2009. Same with Wolfe, Grimes’s songs take you through vibrant memories of growing up countryWolfe’s songs don’t stray from country’s usual whiskey, the open road, and women, and we wouldn’t want it any other way. From tracks like “Smile on Mine,” to “Outrun Her Memory,” “Natural Man” covers every end of the emotional spectrum. “Let A Country Boy Love You” is a perfect embodiment of Wolfe’s musical style, singing about a country girl who left her small town for the big city lights, only to be saved by a country boy. Curtis Grimes, former “The Voice” contestant from Gilmer, Texas will also be taking the stage on Friday. A true Texan, Grimes’s music belongs on any country music stage with songs that will have you on your feet in seconds. Grimes gave up his dream of playing professional baseball to pursue music. His baseball days inspired his hit single, “Bottom of the Fifth.” Grimes has four albums starting with “Lonely River” from 2009. Same with Wolfe, Grimes’s songs take you through vibrant memories of growing up country

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