the late '90s Damion Wolfe struck out on his own
as a performing
songwriter. As a native of Richmond/Fredericksburg,
Virginia, Damion’s sound
exemplifies the musical influence of the region, as
well as his own eclectic
signature. Now as a resident of Baltimore, Maryland,
he continues to tour and
perform throughout the country.
Wolfe has released three CDs in his career. He is
currently touring to support
his live release, “3." In addition to his
discography Damion has contributed
several of his songs to independent films and
documentaries. The songs
include ‘Mountain,' ‘Salvation,' ‘Hoedown’ and
a cover of the ‘Mary
Tyler Moore’ theme song.
Through the years Damion has received 3 WAMA
(Washington Area Music
Association) nominations. He has opened for/shared
the stage with acts such
as REO Speedwagon, Amos Lee, The Del McCourey Band,
Erin McKeown, Ellis
Paul, Michael Glabicki and the Pat McGhee Band.
Wolfe has also performed and
co-written songs with Keller Williams, and has
recently finished writing and
recording the theme song for a Television Pilot.
Damion Wolfe is currently working on new material
for his next release.