photo by Giles Clement
The Ghost Wolves were born in the sweeping hills of central Texas, in a crooked little house nestled among ancient oak trees, buzzard roosts, coyote dens and armadillo burrows. Carley grew up here on her family's farm, a magical place where her father kept a pack of 11 gigantic white wolf hybrid dogs, many of which were rescues. Carley (guitar) met Jonny (drums) ten years ago, started a band, got married, and they have been making their own musical history ever since. To date, the pair has a decade of creative endeavoring between them, performing over a 1,000 shows in 30 countries across the planet, releasing music on record labels large and small, touring, writing, recording and making art together. Their sound is transgressive, ferocious, minimalistic, and deeply rooted in blues, rock n' roll, punk, and early forms of American music. With an explosive live show and irresistible energy, they have built themselves a loyal underground grassroots following on a global scale.
The Ghost Wolves are currently recording their third LP album, sewing cotton masks for the COVID pandemic, and hanging out with their dogs Sasha and Dakota at home in Texas.
The Ghost Wolves play Silvertone Guitars, Eminence Speakers, Earthquaker Devices pedals, and whatever dirty old drums Jonny can get his hands on.
In Ya Neck! (Pau Wau Records, 2011)
Man, Woman, Beast (Plowboy Records, 2015)
Getchya Hip Thrust feat. BP Fallon (Pau Wau Records, 2016)
Texa$ Platinum (Hound Gawd Records, 2017)
In Ya Neck, v2 (Romanus Records, 2018)
Z66 (Warner Records, 2019)
Crooked Cop (Third Man Records, 2019)
Let's Go To Mars (Dirty Water Records, 2020)