If Emily Wolfe 2.0 could time machine back to provide Emily Wolfe 1.0 with advice, what would she tell herself? We spent 45 minutes with Emily to discuss what life is like now as an Austin rocker where you can’t give live performances thanks to COVID. She takes us back to her fearful fight with alcoholism, the battle to overcome it and her original worries on if she would have creative flow coming out of it. We were also tickled with a live performance of “Atta Blues” — a soulful, sentimental sound that also happened to be the first song Emily wrote coming out of rehab. If her life was a movie, what would it be called and who would play her? What was the most courageous thing Emily has ever taken on in her life? What age did Emily start jamming and who on earth is “Big H”? We cover all that as well as what she would be doing if she couldn’t do music here on The Courageous Podcast.
2:34 - Emily Wolfe: "a frickin" rock star signed by Gibson
3:46 - When Did Emily Start Playing?
4:07 - Emily Define's Her Sound As A Threesome Between...
5:39 - Her 1st time playing Live: "Drummer's For Jesus"
8:50 - The Pain of Not Playing Live During A Pandemic
11:07 - Teenage Angst" Inspired Her To Write Her Own Music
13:17 - Emily Talks About The Twists of Her "Journeys"
15:07 - "Every Day is a Stepping Stone"
16:00 - There's No Easy Path
17:00 - "It's pretty mind blowing that I'm still here"
17:28 - Emily Opens Up About Her Battle with Alcohol
17:42 - The most courageous thing Emily has done: getting sober
20:15 - Spinning Your Brain: From Fight to a Different Light
21:55 - Playing is Her Remedy
22:45 - Emily's Conflict: Writing Sober
24:24 - “Atta Blues”: Emily's 1st song written sober
25:52 - If Emily today could give advice to Emily 1.0...
29:58 - Connecting is a Conflict: Quarantine
31:56 - LIVE PEFORMANCE: “Atta Blues”
35:56 - If she couldn't be in music for a living, she would...
38:03 - Who plays Emily in her movie...
40:05 - The importance of having good people around you
42:34 - Parting words