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Robert K. Wolf

Robert K. Wolf

Other / Singer/Songwriter / Alternative / Humor Nashville, TN  US
Another Whiskey Morning (Vocal: MATT DAME)
Another Whiskey Morning (Vocal: MATT DAME)
I Think You Think
I Think You Think
Bus To Cheyenne
Bus To Cheyenne
I Don't Belong Here
I Don't Belong Here


"I Know Gratitude"


  • 2014

    Sep 19

    Nashville, TN, US | 10:00pm

    Acoustic Band set with: Greg Bieck, keyboards; Don Kerce, bass; Dustin Richardson, percussion; Phil Roselle, guitar.

  • 2014

    Sep 8

    Nashville, TN, US | 8:00pm

    8:00 p.m.

  • 2014

    Aug 14

    Nashville, TN, US | 8:00pm

    Come enjoy The Listening Room's great atmosphere and here songs rendered by the songwriters! Show starts at 8:30 pm.

  • 2014

    Jul 1

    Nashville, TN, US | 6:00pm

    Very excited to be back at Nashville's great Douglas Corner Cafe with my three friends E Marlowe (Staff Writer with Rare Spark Music), Ruby Lovett (recorded for Curb Records), and Steve Pasch (millions of records sold, multiple number one songs). Hoping you can join us, we're gonna have a time!

  • 2013

    Jun 15

    Nashville, TN, US | 8:00pm


  • Robert K. Wolf - Phat Americana
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Sounds Like: Bruce Springsteen, Montgomery Gentry

Label: Brooding Stud, Sure-Fire Music

Manager: Brooding Stud Management

Bio: Robert K. Wolf is not quite satisfied with coma inducing singing and songwriting blandness. He's living proof that an overweight, Jewish guy born in Brooklyn, NY can sort of do okay in the buckle of The Bible Belt.

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“The most moving song of the [Kate MacLeod's *Blooming*, on which "As Far As The Heart Can See" was co-written with Robert K. Wolf] CD is "As Far as the Heart Can See," a farewell to a child leaving home. It's the best send off for which a child could hope, imbued with great parental love, as well as wishes for strength and freedom. This album, with its rich instrumental textures, beautifully floating voice and interesting songs, delivers a great deal of enjoyment.”

— Rich Warren, Sing Out

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Q: Rob - Who was or is the inspiration for the song "Captivated"? Steve - Middlesex, NJ

A: Hi Steve, thanks so much for the question! "Captivated" was inspired actually by three women: MK, KH, and my 1977 Johnny Smith guitar (yes, a girl named Johnny), which happened to be around when the song woke me up. It's been a good while since it came to me, but I never get tired of playing it. The song feels just about as fresh as it did the day it was written. Hoping you are well and thanks again.

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