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To RAVIN’WOLF the blues is “mostly about having nothin’…”
Tucked away in the earthen canyons of Central Washington State, where Seattle meets the Sage, RAVIN’WOLF is one of the Pacific Northwest’s most captivating acoustic blues acts. In 2010, Ravin’wolf was nominated for the Best of the Blues 2010
“Best Blues Solo/Duo” Award by the Washington Blues Society and has been submerging themselves in feral blues & non-stop gigging all year long, sharpening their double sided six-string performance to a razor's edge, honing their live performance together and becoming increasingly familiar as “that male-female duo you’ve just gotta hear!”
This one of a kind pair slips in and out of the genre with ease to explore the psychedelic edges and defy the boundaries of their blues ’n groove rock influences, to take their audience on a sometimes raunchy, sometimes mystical journey into Psychedelic Sagebrush Blues...a shotgun wedding of blues rock fusion...and southern back-porch jelly...saddled up next to the pop edge...with an old school psychedelic delivery.
They hit the road early in 2010 on their “2010 Sun Valley Run Tour” in their personal tour bus traveling to the far reaches of Montana, Idaho, Northern California, Oregon & Washington which opened up new friendships and venues, the highlights of which included performances at the Oregon Country Fair, Seattle’s Highway 99 Blues Club, The Rock Cut Blues Festival, Pine Springs Resort Blues Bash, Missoula’s Top Hat and Moscow’s John’s Alley. Sharing the stage with Nick Vigarino, Terry Robb, Alice Stuart, Randy Oxford, Mary McPage, Kevin Selfe, Too Slim & the Taildraggers, the Fat Tones, Sugarcane Collins, Deadwood Revival and many others over the past year has only served to make richer each note upon the air between friends.
RAVIN’WOLF has featured many of the Northwest’s finest musicians on their stage and in the studio having released 2 full length studio albums and a live CD “Live at the Columbia City Theater”, showcasing slop jar slide-slingin’ and dueling guitars with their signature soulful vocal harmonies and a blues lilt with a far more dangerous groove.