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Henry Wolfe

Henry Wolfe (born Henry Wolfe Gummer, 1979) is a songwriter and singer living in Los Angeles. From 2004-2007 Henry fronted the New York-based indie rock group Bravo Silva before striking out on his own to pursue a solo career in the sunny climes of California. His first solo release, The Blue House EP , is an eclectic collection of modern, guitar-driven folk songs co- produced and recorded by Malachi DeLorenzo (Langhorne Slim). Soon after releasing The Blue House, Henry recorded an album of songs penned by Portland-based writer and satirist Peter Field. Entitled Wolfe Sings Field the album’s distinctive instrumentation features arrangements for harp and string quartet by the Los Angeles composer Oliwa. Paired with Henry’s hushed renditions of Field’s darkly comic story-songs, the resulting genre might best be described as “gothic-baroque-folk.” Henry recently completed his first full-length record of original material, entitled Linda Vista. Produced by Nico Aglietti and Aaron Older (Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros), the album is set to drop late March 2011.

My Artists Sessions

Sunday, March 20

12:15am CDT