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Olalla Prepares To Welcome Springtime With Live Music

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

1 March 2017

Contact: Nolan Pepperdine – nolan@wavecable.com or call 253-439-0078

Olalla prepares to welcome springtime with live music

Nashville-based singer-songwriter Ira Wolf performs at the Olalla Community Hall March 11

OLALLA – For their March concert, Olalla’s Mostly Monthly Music Series welcomes indie-Americana singer-songwriter Ira Wolf to the Olalla community hall on Saturday, March 11.

Wolf grew up in Montana and studied at the Berklee College of Music. She now calls Nashville home – when she’s not on the road. Since she began touring in 2014, she has performed on stages and in house concerts across the U. S, in the UK and Scandinavia, Australia, New Zealand and Southeast Asia.

She’s also made the rounds of festivals and songwriting contests and showcases with appearances at the Rocky Mountain Folk Festival, Gate City Music Festival, the Great American song Contest, International Songwriting competition and many others. In 2016, she was named one of Spotify’s Best of Folk/ American artists. She’ll be playing tunes from her latest album “Honest” at the Olalla show.

The Mostly Monthly concerts always begin with an all-invited potluck at 6pm; music starts at 7pm. Admission is by suggested donation of $20, but no one is ever turned away, according to Music Series producer Nolan Pepperdine. Proceeds from the concerts are split between the musicians and the Olalla Community Club’s maintenance fund for upkeep of the 115-year old community hall.

The Mostly Monthly Music Series continues on April 8 with Tim and Myles Thompson. Other upcoming concerts include Kelly McRea, May 13; Allison Presinger, June 24; Flagship Romance, Sept. 9 and Terry Holder, Nov. 11.

For information on the March 11 show email nolan@wavecable,com or call 253-439-0078.

WHAT Indie-Americana singer-songwriter Ira Wolf

WHERE Olalla Community Hall, 12970 Olalla Valley Road, Olalla

WHEN Saturday, March 11 – potluck at 6pm; music starts at 7pm

COST Potluck is free; suggested donation for concert – $20

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