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Leticia Wolf/COINSHIP / Press

“On Thursday night, our dear friends at Rhythm & Brews will have the beautiful Leticia Wolf along with some of her Nashville neighbors sharing their souls for us. If you are new to the area (your only excuse to not know about Leticia,) she is one of the most celebrated Chattanooga female voices. She has been living in Nashville for some time now, so it is an especially personal experience to have her back. It seems that when she is between our bridges, a certain sense of freedom comes out, and you are sure to feel the energy and grace she exudes. Combining influences as far across the board as Nirvana to The Beatles, her sound comes from a deep place and Thursday, she will let you in.”

“For singer-songwriters in this town, it’s hard to make a mark. The glut of first name/last names illuminated on the city’s marquees has stigmatized the idiom to such a degree that the story of making a name for oneself in Nashville is one of escaping the Bluebird-ified pigeonhole. When considering the amount of talent it takes to accomplish such a feat, that isn’t such a bad thing. Take for example local chanteuse Leticia Wolf. Fans of artists ranging from Mary Lou Lord to Feist would do themselves a favor by giving her newest offering The Fire and the Flood a listen. The record addresses the concerns of a quarter-life crisis with a tone that shifts from dramatically dire to warm and resolute, reflected sonically by dense but tasteful arrangements featuring a healthy dose of lush strings and wet organ sounds. They’re driving when they need to be, yet laid back and understated enough as to never distract from the soulful smoky singing voice that is easily Wolf’s greatest asset”

“Leticia's music is always changing and evolving, but the sexually charged themes of death, dispair, whiskey and unpreventable heartbreak are always presented with a knowing wink and an evil smile. Her music is not angry ... it’s just a little dark.”

“EchoXS is proud to announce that Leticia Wolf’s “It’s Fine” (from her 2010 album “The Fire & The Flood”) will be included on a new Barnes & Noble exclusive release: ”Beauty 2 Music that Touches the Soul”. In cooperation with Neurodisc Records, Beauty 2 is an exclusive playlist of today’s finest independent singers, songwriters and artists. Classical and electronic meets folk and alternative. In traffic, at home relaxing on the couch, or as a soundtrack for an evening with friends, Beauty 2 will wrap itself around you and touch your soul.”

“Every once in a while, an artist comes along whose music is so hauntingly beautiful that we wouldn’t be able to live with ourselves if we didn’t feature them here on GossipTeen. Leticia Wolf is a Nashville-based indie artist whose latest album, The Fire and the Flood, is wracked full of soulful anthems, including our favorite, Comfortable in Hell (check it out below, you will not be sorry). Wolf, whose influences range from Johnny Cash to James Taylor to Nirvana, is a self-taught musician and will undoubtedly be one of the next big indie acts to break into the mainstream.”