Ira Wolf performs on the Citizen Vinyl stage, with special guest Jon Charles Dwyer, on Monday, March 11. Doors at 6pm and show at 7pm.
$15 advance/$18 door
Raised in the mountains of Montana and making a home on the road, Ira Wolf’s music and writing are vulnerably honest as she explores heartache, homesickness, and the highs and lows of an unconventional wandering lifestyle. She draws from personal experience and connects on an intimate level with her audience through her truthful lyrics and melancholy vocals.
Since she began touring in 2014, Ira has earned more than 100 million plays on Spotify, performed across six continents, and shared stages with artists such as Penny and Sparrow, Dead Man Winter, Adeem the Artist, David Ramirez, and Andrea von Kampen. She’s been featured for her songwriting and vocal style at Rocky Mountain Folks Fest, Kerrville Folk Festival, Telluride Bluegrass Festival, Americanafest, and Midwest Music Fest, and continues to travel the U.S. while living full time in a camper van.
After sharing The Closest Thing to Home in 2017, Ira maintained a busy tour schedule, living on the road full time until 2020. Amidst the changes brought on by the pandemic, Ira took a step away from music to focus on her mental health. In 2023, Wolf returned to writing and performing and signed with Nettwerk Music Group to release her highly anticipated fourth album Rock Bottom. Ira recently partnered with Storyteller Overland and moved back into full-time vanlife with plans to continue touring both nationally and internationally in promotion of the new record.
Jon Charles Dwyer
Jon Charles Dwyer’s songs embody the spirit of the Appalachian mountains he is married to: all poverty stricken loss and desire set against the backdrop of the most beautiful springtime of love and fresh hope tumbling over those hills and down to the valleys below.