"The Dream" represents a return to Rusty Wolfe's first love: song writing.

Returning to his roots in folk music, Wolfe abandons his commercial past for songs with a soul.  Message and content are paramount in Wolfe’s first album The Dream.  Production is centered around his unique finger-picking style and vocals.  Forty years ago, Wolfe’s first foray into music garnered great success with cuts on Johnny Cash, Loretta Lynn, Lacy J. Dalton, Glenn Campbell, Conway Twitty, and more.  After spending most of his adult life in pursuit of the visual arts, Wolfe returned to his first love, music, in the last year.  


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