TakinMeOn

A. Wolf, 25, mujer, Estados Unidos
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  • spock243

    Nice music, check out http://www.last.fm/music/32+Below ,, a North Dakota band called 32 Below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nu6mr9PVJAk "make a little noise" , or http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1NRYrmgEDw Song is Devil in Me by 32 Below http://www.youtube.com/user/32BelowRocks

    11 Feb 2013 Responder
  • Saveall

    Nice stuff here. I need to come back and steal me some music!

    13 Mar 2011 Responder
  • Musicboehmy

    Hi , I wish you a wonderful Christmas-Time and a peaceful rest of the year - with Greetings from Germany– Jürgen :-).

    14 Dic 2010 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    Hi Miss Wolf.... How are you? Hope you have a peaceful and relaxed christmas time

    6 Dic 2010 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    Hi there my dear friend.... It's been a while since I've been around... Hope things are good for you... and you still enjoy your music.... Have a wonderful week....

    7 Jun 2010 Responder
  • wingkon

    Nice taste in country music!

    23 May 2010 Responder
  • Leuchtenburg1

    Hello,a only a visit,many greetings from Germany

    28 Feb 2010 Responder
  • azuchiyama

    thanks for the add!!

    19 Feb 2010 Responder
  • dogleap

    Looks like you enjoy several influences of an artist I represent. Reagan Boggs is an Americana singer/songwriter and has had the pleasure to play shows with greats like; Chris Knight, Slaid Cleaves, Bruce Robinson, Pat Green and Darrell Scott. http://www.last.fm/music/Reagan+Boggs -- "Reagan Boggs is a fantastic songwriter, and powerful singer. 'The Graves' (track 9) is brilliant, edgy Americana and 'Mixed Signals' (track 10) sounds like the Ronstadt repertoire from 1973. This disc may be your most pleasant discovery of the year!" -- Rob Reinhart - Acoustic Cafe - Radio's best international showcase for new and classic acoustic music. Hope you enjoy!

    6 Feb 2010 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    Hey Miss Wolf! Have a Holly Jolly Christmas and A Happy New Year =)))

    24 Dic 2009 Responder
  • Musicboehmy

    Hello , I wish you wonderful Christmas-Days and a good start into the year 2010 - with Greetings from Germany – Jürgen

    22 Dic 2009 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    Hmmmm.... you are still 20? thought your birthday was somewhere along the week....oh...err...21 is a special bday in America....right!? You are allowed to visit clubs then..... Hope you have fun and a relaxed - stressfree new week... =)

    6 Dic 2009 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    Hey...don't worry...happens to me all the time =) But sorry to hear about your PC problems. Your roots seem to have a ig party...lol...Anyway Ireland was fantastic...even the weather was nice...and I hope to get the chance to see it once again...Toby Keith was great at singing but a lousy entertainer....so don't be disappointed if you're going to see him....maybe he's different over there....when he can play his patriotic stuff as well =))... I don't regret the concert...it was great...but it was a pity he did not connect to the audience which was surprisingly great...singing along and standing behind him....

    29 Nov 2009 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    Hi there have a relaxed new week =))

    29 Nov 2009 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    You don't have to excuse...have been occupied with many other things myself lately.... but now have a little time to catch up with my friends again.... which i enjoy a lot. Sorry you are totally stressed out and missed all those great artists... Anyway you have the chance to see them.... Have been on a short trip to Ireland last week where I saw Toby Keith live. It has been my birthday present. Taylor Swift is up next in England. Unfortunatelly i don't have the time and money to see her ((

    19 Nov 2009 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    Hi there! How's it goin'? Long time no hear! Hope you have a great time =))

    18 Nov 2009 Responder
  • Saveall

    Enjoyed reading your "About Me." Nice writing and good stuff. Now it looks like I gotta find out about Bleu Edmonson....cheers from chilly New England.

    28 Oct 2009 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    Hey there! How's it goin'? Any nice concerts lately? Hope you'll have a nice and relaxed weekend!

    16 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Wanderer_ent

    Check out Back to the Country avail. for a limited time for free!! THE DEVLIN RUNNERS- "TDR- Demo EP" avail on itunes now!!!

    8 Oct 2009 Responder
  • ChrisHein

    Hi there! How's it goin'? Have a nice day

    30 Sep 2009 Responder
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Yes, that is me.

My obsession with country music started somewhere around when I was three and our top 40 station from just outside Asheville changed formats to country. My parents, a half-Sicilian chef from New York state and a secretary from a big Florida family, had never heard country they liked before, but once some Marty Stuart and Vince Gill had come on the air, they figured it was pretty good stuff and its been our family music for the last seventeen or so years. My father, the New Yorker, had been in a band all through high school and college, but stopped playing once the '80's hit and he said all good rock music came to an end, but he caught the bug and just after I turned seven, we moved to Nashville for him to be closer to the music, and just maybe write a few songs. We've been here ever since.

My musical tastes, as well as anything else in my life, were very feminine and, well, girly. My favorite artists included Trisha Yearwood, The Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill, and others like them. I also just a casual listener and would only buy albums for one song and NEVER listen to the album cuts. That all ended in 1999 when my dad brought home a demo of a duo that had asked him to put their CD in the jukebox of the famous Lyle Ave. Longhorn he managed to help out their new record deal. That duo was Montgomery Gentry, and that event is responsible for my love(obsession) of music today.

Music has gotten me through everything in my life, I can identfy when something happened by what song comes to my mind when I think about the event. My dad eventually mostly gave up on ever getting a song published, but after a particularly traumatic year of high school and my first full FanFair ever in 2005, I started seriously thinking about songwriting as a career for me. The idea has always stayed in my mind since that fantastic week of music when I was sixteen, but has gotten shifted around in priority in the last four years, mostly due to a guy I had thought I would have married last fall. I was always writing, but never really giving it really any thought. With my coming to terms with my life as I know it and needing some direction and a dream that WASN'T tainted by that relationship gone south, I've found my way back to what has always been in my heart more than anything or anyone else, country music. I live, breathe, eat, and sleep my music, I am seriously not kidding. The only times I am without an external source of music, since I can never escape the few hundred songs floating around in my head, is if I am in a class at school or somewhere that requires I focus on something.

Random fact, a disproportionately large number of my favorite artists come from Texas or Kentucky originally, with Georgia being a close third... Maybe its just something in the water...

That is the story of A. Wolf, the most obsessive music geek you'll ever meet. Now for favorites!

Favorite Artists: We'll be here until the next century if I list them all, so top ten are Jeffrey Steele, Anthony Smith, Bobby Pinson, Halfway to Hazard, Montgomery Gentry, Pat Green, Bleu Edmondson, Miranda Lambert, Cory Morrow, and Jack Ingram.

Least Favorites: Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Kellie Pickler and others like them. I dislike all that pretty, pop music they try to pass off as country. You want a blonde who can write a song and actually sing it? Try Miranda Lambert, she beats all of them hands down.

Favorite Songs: Again, we'll be here for a century if I list them all, so I'll give you fifteen or so. Carrying On-Montgomery Gentry, Last Call-Bleu Edmondson, Her West Was Wilder-Brooks & Dunn, Desperation-Miranda Lambert, Takin' Me On-Halfway to Hazard, Burn It Down-Halfway to Hazard, Drive-Jeffrey Steele, Half a Man-Anthony Smith, Time Well Spent-Bobby Pinson, Sweet Revenge-Pat Green, When We Were Kings-Brooks & Dunn, You Do Your Thing-Montgomery Gentry, Postmarked Birmingham-BlackHawk, As the Crow Flies-Gary Allan, Down-Miranda Lambert

Least favorite songs- Any of the same song Taylor Swift writes over and over again, Stay-Sugarland, More Like Her-Miranda Lambert, Toby Keith's idiotic songs(I Want to Talk About Me, Who's Your Daddy?, things like that), and Honkytonk Badonkadonk. The Sugarland and Miranda Lambert songs may make it off the list, but they are too painful to hear right now.

Favorite time period of music: from about 1985-1996, then 2003-present. 1996-2003 saw too many stylists and record company people involved in what came out musically.

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