This spring, Spirit Mountain Casino introduced the popular Songbook Series, a five concert event that brought the nation’s rising musical stars to the Pacific Northwest. From country star Ashley Monroe to folk rock band Delta Rae, we showcased the best new talent across a wide spectrum of different musical styles.
Hailing from a small town in Oklahoma, Wolfe first burst into the music scene with 2010’s It All Happened in a Honky Tonk. His style is a mixture of earnest, emotionally charged ballads and tracks that could get everyone to the dance floor in seconds. “That Girl In Texas,” Wolf’s breakout song, drew comparisons to legendary country music stars, paving the path for his status as a star who is bringing the genre back to its traditional roots. “The Only Time You Call,” his most recent single, is reminiscent of country music greats like George Strait and Garth Brooks. It has earned airtime on radio stations across the country, and Wolfe has gathered a devoted fan base that spans from east to west.
Country Weekly notes of Wolfe’s talent, “Equally comfortable performing for 400 fans in Amarillo as he is playing for George Strait’s New Year’s Eve party, Jon’s level of confidence likely comes from knowing exactly who he is.” He’s a storyteller at heart, weaving tales of his rural upbringing into songs that are as beautiful as they are infectious and fun.
Tickets are on sale now and start at just $10. For only $5 you can get a ticket for the Stampede when you buy a Jon Wolfe ticket. Join us at Spirit Mountain for an evening that celebrates authentic music and deep country roots. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to enjoy the newest addition to the Songbook Series at the best casino in Oregon!