Jon Wolfe New Album Tour to Stop at Banita Creek Hall

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Misty Boggs is the Creative Director at MSGPR. She lives in Angelina County and is pursuing her bachelor's degree in Public Relations and a minor in Creative Writing at Stephen F. Austin State University. Between studying and working, she enjoys teaching her niece and nephew the fine art of never growing old.

Country singer Jon Wolfe will be in East Texas promoting the release of his new album, Natural Man, April 11, 2015 at Banita Creek Hall in Nacogdoches, Texas with doors opening at 8p.m. and $5 tickets.

The stop is just one of 22 Wolfe is making around Texas and Oklahoma, on an album tour that began March 20, 2015, and includes stops at Brewster Street Icehouse in Corpus Christi, Floore’s Country Store in Helotes and Billy Bob’s in Fort Worth, Texas.

The leadoff single from the new album, Smile On Mine, is steadily climbing the Texas Country charts. Heavy influences on Wolfe’s career, like George Strait, Clint Black, and Dwight Yoakam, are present from the first moment he sings, however, Wolfe puts forth a modern, catchy edge that is quickly building on Texas Country tradition.

The Oklahoma native hung up his Colorado State University green and white, and British Petroleum oil commodities trading, to pick up the cowboy hat and guitar. It is a trade that has worked out well for Wolfe, who has also co-wrote songs for Joe Nichols and Aaron Watson, the latter which hit number one on Texas Country radio.

With his first album, It All Happened In A Honky Tonk, the singer earned six Country chart toppers, including, “What Are You Doing Right Now,” “The Only Time You Call,” “What Are You Doin’ Right Now,” “Let A Country Boy Love You,” “That Girl In Texas,” “I Don’t Dance,” and “It All Happened in a Honky Tonk.”

Along with a passion for creating country music, Wolfe also enjoys the outdoors. He often exercises by running, hiking, and mountain climbing. In his downtime, he retreats to Colorado for fly-fishing.

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