Jon Wolfe
Friday, September 17, 2021
Doors: 6:00 PM Show: 8:30 PM
Schroeder Hall
12516 FM 622
Goliad, Texas 77963
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Jon Wolfe with Cody Hibbard at Schroeder Dance Hall

Sept 17th - Doors Open at 6:00

  • $20 - Advance GA ($25 - Day of Show)
  • $100 - VIP Table for 2 in roped off VIP area with designated bar staff and one drink token per person
  • $300 - VIP Table for 6 in roped off VIP area with designated bar staff and one drink token per person

Stay tuned for details about a chance to win! Juan Lobos Tequila Tasting with Jon Wolfe before the show!!!

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The best introduction to Jon Wolfe is the basic yet not so simple fact that he’s a country singer and songwriter. Country music, as it was, is and always should be, with boots firmly standing on the bedrock of tradition and an eye focused on taking it into the future. And that, as any fan of true country knows, is no simple proposition. At heart, it’s all about being a great singer and storyteller. Hence the other best introduction to Jon Wolfe is to hear him sing and share the stories in the songs he performs and writes. And to learn his life story — from small town Oklahoma to the bustling big city commodities trading floor to the dancehalls and honky-tonks of Texas and Oklahoma to Music Row, to give the highlights — and witness his faith in the power of music and determination to touch the hearts of others with something that means so much to him. It’s world class country music from the American heartland, informed by the great singers that inspired Wolfe — like George Strait, Garth Brooks (a fellow Okie), Clint Black, Merle Haggard, Alan Jackson and Dwight Yoakam, to name a few — yet fired by his own contemporary energy and vision.

Wolfe was born in Tulsa and grew up in Miami, Oklahoma, and by the time Wolfe reached his teens, his stepfather was playing bass in the house band at Oklahoma’s Grand Lake Opry, and country music hit Jon in a way that spoke to his soul. “I found an emotional connection with the country music tradition, lyrics and melodies.”