The AmadorArts’ TGIF summer concerts heads upcountry to Pioneer and the Mollie Joyce Park on Friday, August 11. Featured that night starting at 6:00 pm will be Debbie Wolfe & Halfmoon Highway. This 4-person band showcasing Debbie Wolfe’s heartfelt vocals has delighted and enchanted audiences throughout the U.S. with a distinctive blend of Americana, bluegrass, and old-time country.To reach Mollie Joyce Park, turn off Highway 88 in Pioneer oton Carson Drive opposite the post office. Turn left on Woodfern Drive, and the park will be on the left.
The band’s original compositions are filled with a charm and melodic style that is reminiscent of the Appalachian tradition. With years of experience, amazing harmonies, and exceptional musicianship, this band will provide a highly entertaining show for this next to the last TGIF concert.
The band is comprised of Debbie Wolfe (lead vocals/songwriter), JW Wolfe (guitar/songwriter), Russ Abraham (mandolin/banjo/guitar), and Jesse Guerra (bass). “My Hometown” album was released early in 2015 by Wolfsong Music. They are currently in the studio recording their second album, titled, “Love Don't Come Easy,” which is scheduled for release in 2017.
AmadorArts, a non-profit public benefit organization in the county for 35 years, is proud to bring these free concerts to the parks of Amador County, as it has for 19 years. Next Friday, August 18, will the finale of the season. The event at Terra d’Oro Winery will feature music by Jeramy Norris & the Dangerous Mood and the presentation of the annual Patrons of the Arts Awards. For more information, call 209-267-9038or visit www.amadorarts.org