Jim Wolf

American singer-songwriter Jim Wolf, a nationally touring musician – residing in the East Village neighborhood of New York, has been writing songs and playing guitar since his childhood. Throughout the years, Wolf has worked with an array of talented producers – like (Grammy-nominated) Anthony Rocky Gallo at the Cutting Room (New York City) – and fellow musicians, such as Clay Cook of the (Grammy Winning) Zac Brown Band. Nothing is more satisfying to Wolf, than taking his solo music travels across the United States in a rental car, performing in different cities, and meeting new faces

Younger brother to Rich Wolf (formerly a member of Villanova Junction) [see wikipedia], Jim Wolf grew up playing music in Fairfield, CT after being inspired by his older brother’s band which happened to feature a young pre-Grammy winning John Mayer. Since those days, Wolf has perfected his singer-songwriter style into soulful pop music sound that’s landed him onstage alongside such acts as The Alternate Routes, Ryan Cabrera, Chris Thile of Nickel Creek, The Kicking Daisies, and John Mayer

With numerous licensing deals with television networks such as MTV, VH1, Oxygen, E!, international tours (Singapore) under his belt, accompanied with solid songwriting chops, Wolf is currently recording his Folk/Americana album to be released in January 2014. Watch his recent video for “Door’s Open (feat. Meghann Wright)” out now on YouTube.

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Reviews

Ghazal Mizrahi
School
“Jim was absolutely amazing. He exceeded all my expectations. Along with sounding wonderful, he was very friendly and his stage presence and interaction with the audience was great.”

@Collen Anastasi
East Stroudsburg University
“The event went very well. Jim is a pleasure to work with. The students really enjoyed his performance. At these events we often have trouble getting students to react to performers but Tuesday night that was not a problem. Jim is great at engaging with the students and the majority of the night was full of applause (which unfortunately is rare) and students singing along to his performance.”