Lorn Wolf and his daughter

Wolf family planning third annual Christmas show in Creston

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  • Dec. 18, 2013 2:00 p.m.

The multi-talented Wolf family returns to Prince Charles Theatre on Dec. 28 for its third annual Family Christmas Show.

“We’re going to have a blast!” Wolf said last week. “In addition to Christmas songs we are all going to choose our favourites of any genre.”

Expect country, bluegrass and rock and roll.

To describe the Wolf family as multitalented is hardly an exaggeration. Wolf has recently completed The Sol’Mar, the second in a trilogy of fantasy novels, and it is now being published. He has also been working at narrating The Sol’Mar and the first book, The Woodcutter, which will be available online and on CD.

“Doing the audio versions is a lot of work,” he said. “I do all the voices of the characters and also record the songs that go with the story.”

Wolf’s sons, Kyle and Shade McKearney, continue to enjoy success with their rock band, Hard Honey.

“The boys are in Los Angeles right now, recording an EP, and it’s going to be fantastic — Hard Honey has had a great year.”

His daughter, Zaria Storm, a university student and nationally ranked track athlete, also returns to perform and his mom, Creston’s Joyce McKearney, will once again perform, too.

Tickets to Lorn Wolf’s third annual Family Christmas Show are available at Black Bear Books. Ask about special family rates and VIP tickets.

 

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