Chelsea Wolf is not just another singer-songwriter based out of New York City. Armed with a notebook full of lyrics, an old guitar, and the constant need to have her feelings heard,
Chelsea ignited the Lower East Side music scene in 2010. Since then she has performed around the city, solo as well as with the bands "The Little Death," "Rubix Cube," and "The Lexington Express."
Chelsea's debut EP "Songs from the Underground" is a disarmingly honest reflection on her first months in New York City. Her music has been described as "Urban Country" and touches on lost love,
drinking alone at bars, and the dangers of dating guitar players. Her inspirations range from Jeff Buckley to Tom Petty to The Band. Yet, her vocal sound is as pure as Alison Krauss, her lyrically driven,
emotional performance as personal as Patsy Cline, and her eclectic style beyond compare. If ever a boy has been curious as to what lies in a girl's diary...well, here it is.