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BB Wolfe

BB Wolfe

Singer Songwriter / Folk / Blues Edwardsburg, MI  US
Ribbon 50% of sales go to the charity CARE.
Winthrop's Lament
Winthrop's Lament
Homespun Memories
Homespun Memories
Three-Quarter Time
Three-Quarter Time



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  • egon erger (Artist)
    egon erger
    stopped by and found „will i“. great song, really enjoyed the listen. best wishes and success, egon erger



John Potthast

Pedal Steel

Tim King



Sounds Like: Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, John Prine

Label: Dojo Records

Manager: Don Goldsmith

Bio: BB Wolfe was born in Flint, Michigan an orphan child. He grew, went to school, then college, became a visual artist, teacher, and musician. In 2005 he released his first album, AKA. BB, with his voice, guitar and harmonica is backed by Bruce Bartlett on acoustic bass, Jim Shenk on pedal steel and...See Full Bio

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BB Wolfe has a show on 05/27/2015 at 05:00 PM @ Purple Porch CO-OP in South Bend, IN http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5us76m #concert


““Heart Worn Sleeve” is an aptly titled, impressive blues/folk album from B.B. Wolfe. THe CD also showcases the Goldmine Pickers, who bring a slight country flavor to the album as well. The album is stripped down, relying solely on purely acoustic instruments – guitar, banjo, violin, and accordion – to back his sad, storytelling lyrics. Wolfe’s lyrics portray a sense of longing, of lost love, of sorrow and sadness, and are the most defining quality of the album. His raspy vocals combined with his folk sound, reliance on acoustic instruments, and longing lyrics, should remind the listener of the classic Dylan album, “Another Side of Bob Dylan.” The recording quality is very good as well. Wolfe longs for what could have been on the track “Something Tells Me It’s Not True” when he sings, “I’ve been holding onto this old guitar/I should have been holding you.” “Heart Worn Sleeve” is an excellent album that displays B.B. Wolfe’s powerful storytelling.”

— Chiris, RadioIndy.com

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Aug 4, 2014

BB Wolfe is currently looking for a full-time Pedal Steel player and a full-time... [more]

Dec 4, 2013

Am currently working on my fourth and fifth CD. The fourth will be entitled "Ful... [more]


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Q: When are you coming to Oregon? I will buy you such good beer my friend.

A: Well Anonymous, Does Oregon have a good IPA? I've been thinking Oregon could be a place I just might move to...among others. BB

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