OkieWolf

47, hombre, Estados Unidos
www2.mixposure.com/Full_Bl…Visto por última vez: Marzo 2012

4 scrobblings desde 1 Nov 2010

8 temas favoritos | 4 mensajes | 1 lista de temas | 9 notas

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  • CountryBacktrax

    Hey From Johny. Your "About Me" was very well written. I like many kinds of music. When it comes to country, I love the early days very much. As a dj I have done many formats & am happy I never got stuck with one format. Music of many kins can be refreshing to me. When I was a 15 year old kid, my first job was at a black soul/r&B station. From there I went to Country back in 1966. What a Blast. Going fom James Brown To Buck Owens etc. Refreshing & exciting! I like your logo much. I'm gonna check out you music!!!!! Back to your writings...I understand your journey. My Best, Johnny

    21 Mar 2012 Responder
  • NordicByNature

    Great tunes so far. For some reason I was really surprised that you're a high lonesome tenor. "Tig Ol Bitties" had me laughing like a moron.

    1 Dic 2010 Responder
  • OkieWolf

    No. Right now I live in Sand Springs (near Tulsa) but I grew up in Seminole County, which is in the south-central part of Oklahoma.

    7 Nov 2010 Responder
  • steamboat58

    I lived in Elk City, Ok while stationed at an Air Force Base near there. Was there for 4 1/2 years. Live anywhere near there?

    7 Nov 2010 Responder
  • OkieWolf

    You too!

    4 Nov 2010 Responder
  • RichardCraine

    Good to meet you man!

    4 Nov 2010 Responder
  • OkieWolf

    Yes, Oklahoma.

    3 Nov 2010 Responder
  • steamboat58

    Thanks for friendship. Is that Okie as in Oklahoma?

    3 Nov 2010 Responder
  • LAST.HQ

    Welcome aboard, OkieWolf! Happy listening.

    1 Nov 2010 Responder

Conóceme

I played on stage for about 25 or so years. I have played with such people as Roy Clark, Jana Jae, Reba McEntire's guitar player, little brother of Brooks and Dunn's guitar player, and many others. I've been on the radio and TV and was close to a record deal. But, I finally just got pissed off at the music business in general, and especially country music. Country isn't country anymore and people don't seem to know what country is these days. Also, being on the road constantly really wears you down. I wanted to go fishing or hang out with my friends but couldn't because I always had somewhere I had to be. When I finally quit, I could look at my schedule and see where I was going to be two years ahead. That's just ridiculous! So, I quit. I still have a lot of my equipment though. I have 24 guitars, 5 amps, a bass, and a bunch of PA equipment. So, maybe one of these days I'll start up again, but on my own terms this time.

A note about my music. If you are looking for a polished studio sound, you won't find it here. I don't have fancy recording equipment and choose, at the moment, to not have a band. It's just me. My music is rough, raw, and real. But I ask you to really listen to the songs. I promise that my songs are truthful, honest, and from the heart. However, I believe this is the core of music. Everybody should put themselves out there like this. Because that's what I'm doing.....putting myself out there. I've made many recordings in studios when I was playing full time. But there are no studios involved in my music now. No studios to hide mistakes or make a song "pretty" or have the perfect mix to fool the listener's ear into believing they like what they here. My music is raw but very honest.

If you want to know me......just listen to my songs. Every song is true and has actually happened at some point in my life. Nothing here is false.

I go by Full Blood Country on the internet and radio. Check it out here http://www.last.fm/music/Full+Blood+Country