The Avery Wolves Bio
The formation of the hard-hitting, high energy psychobilly band from Fairbanks, Alaska began with founding members Nathan Harris and Jason Dahlke in 2010.
What followed the formation of the band was an onslaught of shows and a growing fan base from across the state. The Wolves released their first album in 2011, a five song EP entitled Wreckin' with the Wolves, recorded at the mortuary where Nathan worked and lived in at the time. The band's reputation has grown steadily over the past decade, and have contributed to them opening for The Reverend Horton Heat, Papa Roach, Andrew W.K., and The Young Dubliners, among others.
After several lineup changes within the band over the years and a small hiatus, the band is still wreckin' with the original upright bass player and singer, Nathan Harris, guitarist Jeremy Larson, and Barbie Keller on drums.
The band’s next goal is to release their first full length album in 2019, and play more shows out of state.
With roots in punk, rockabilly, country and surf, The Wolves are influenced by many artists ranging from Glenn Danzig and The Stray Cats, to The Nekromantix and Zombie Ghost Train.