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Rising country music star Cody Wolfe has written well over 100 all original songs. He has music on 1,000 radio stations nationwide and his song “Daddy’s Little Girl” made it to the Top 20 on the inspirational country music charts. He’s a Member Of The CMA, BMI, CMT, MTV and Nashville Music Professionals Association. From just starting out playing small bars in his home town to taking the stage at one of Nashville’s most legendary venues. Along with several TV performance’s on channels such as MTV, CMT, FOX News and News 8. Cody is well on his way to being the next biggest thing to rock the world of country music. He began playing guitar and singing at six years old doing shows in senior centers and dreaming of hitting it big. Cody, 20 years old has taken Nashville by storm and is already making quite a name for himself pulling in well over 80,000 fans on Twitter alone. Though he had several offers from record labels Cody still remains an independent artist waiting for the right label. With his own unique sound Cody stands out on the radio and brings to the table a whole type of country that is pure original. Besides working on his own career Cody has written songs for Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts and Toby Keith. When you see Cody Wolfe in concert your in for a good show. Some of the best players in Nashville have recorded with Cody on both his single and his album. One among many is Steve Hinson a legendary pedal steel player that can be heard on Codys song “Born On The Mississippi” playing the dobro or slide guitar. Steve has also played on Josh Turners song “Your Man.” James Mitchell another guitarist on Cody’s album has worked with artists like Colt Ford, Randy Houser, Craig Morgan and Dierks Bentley. Being a world class performer Cody would like to thank god for giving him the gift of music and his fans for being there when it really counts. “Where ever this journey leads me one things for sure, I look forward to the future and never stop aiming for the stars.”