Johnny Wolfe was created in Alice and raised in Alvin, TX. Elevated for the Bakersfield nation of Merle Haggard and Buck Owens, Wolfe got soon learned electric guitar and curved up several pals to create the Sundowners. The music group toured the juke joint parts and roadhouses from the Southwest, and Wolfe utilized enough time to hone his songwriting abilities. Once the Sundowners ultimately dissolved, Wolfe got a stockpile of tracks. As well as collaborator Davin Adam, Wolfe’s single debut begun to consider form and, in 2001, Poor Tonight was released by the 3rd party Bullnettle. The record highlighted some high-profile guests, including Hank Williams Jr.’s Bama Music group, and was lauded because of its trad nation, rough-and-tumble sound.