Grayson DeWolfe

United States, Stillwater






Selling out venues in Minnesota at the age of 17, DeWolfe's hard work ethic and anthemic songwriting found a home in the Twin Cities music scene. The multi-instrumentalist toured the country twice in the next year with his previous band Time Atlas, racked over 200,000 Youtube views on his personal channel, and received over 18,000 Spotify streams in his first month of releasing "Gone", his newest installment of his solo project. DeWolfe has opened for national and international acts such as PVRIS, Why Don't We, The Plain White T's, Tonight Alive, Paradise Fears, QuietDrive and more. He's headlined shows sponsored by radio stations Cities 97 and GO 96.3, and his songs have been placed in the latter's rotation.

His new music walks a humble line of indie and pop, taking inspiration from Bleachers, Panic at the Disco, and Jon Bellion. DeWolfe's debut EP will be released early 2018.






05 July
the only reason I show up to public 4th of July events is for the shameless people watching
03 July
on my flight back home there was an old lady sitting next to me who was flying for the FIRST time and watching her smile during taking off was priceless 😭
02 July
@_waz___ this is a quality tweet damn
02 July
@ColeRolland dude that b string though
02 July
@cravethecurls happy birthday ❤️❤️❤️
02 July
I usually hate saying this Or seeing other artists say it but the new music is NEXT LEVEL
01 July
@marinacitytodor @101WKQX @MarinaCityBand kill it b
29 June
RT @samantha_aneed: karma by @GraysonDeWolfe is a real good song.
28 June
@merandduh so so so so so so so stoked
28 June
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