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Grayson DeWolfe is an American alternative pop/rock Singer/Songwriter. Raised in Scandia, he started his music career at the age of 14 when he recorded as a solo artist at F5 Soundhouse. He since has released his own EP, Someday Before Yesterday and 2 additional singles of his original songs. Grayson has also made covers of songs from popular artists such as Maroon 5, John Legend, and Imagine Dragons, some videos reaching more than 120,000 views.
Since first starting out, DeWolfe has opened for national and international acts, including Paradise Fears, Tonight Alive, and Quiet Drive.  He is currently the songwriter, vocalist, and keyboard player for Time Atlas. In August 2015, the band went on tour with The Millenium, Marina City Band, and An Honest Year. Time Atlas has released an EP named Clarity.
Grayson started off his music career at a very young age. At 6 years old, he learned piano, followed by other instruments, and also worked on his voice for singing as he got older. When he was just 14, he joined F5 Soundhouse as a solo artist. He played his music in small venues, including The Garage, Amsterdam, Mill City Nights, and other venues near the Twin Cities. During this time, he released his own 4-song EP, available for purchase on iTunes.
At the age of 16 he released two singles, Lose You Now and Temporary. DeWolfe gained local popularity when "Temporary" was promoted by local radio station Cites 97, who helped sponsor DeWolfe's first headlining show at Mill City Nights, a fundraising show benefiting Hunger and Homelessness, raising more than 300 pounds of food for local food shelves.
At the age of 17, DeWolfe began to play music with Kristoff Druva and Josh Bening in 2015. Together they formed Time Atlas along with Adam Feuring and Aaron Gates.
Throughout the Twin Cities, the band's popularity spurred. On June 7, 2015, they released a music video of their original song Falling to YouTube, gaining more than 1,000 views in 24 hours. The band also released their EP Clarity on June 30, 2015, and went on tour in August 2015. The tour, It's So Much Friendlier Tour, consisted of 12 different tour dates, starting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and ending in Boston, Massachusetts.
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