Dodging American Idol nearly her entire singing career, Aby Wolf has still managed to become one of the most highly regarded female vocalists in the Midwest. Wolf has performed and collaborated with an extensive list of artists that reads as a “who’s who” of Minnesota music notables.

Aside from being Doomtree powerhouse Dessa's "secret weapon of harmony," Aby has worked with the likes of everyone from loop warlock Martin Dosh, Sage Francis' new signees No Bird Sing, chamber-folk sextet Dark Dark Dark, veteran songwriter Adam Levy, fun-loving jazz pop trio The New Standards, and Rhymesayers’ BK-One and Brother Ali.

Engendering her own music vision all the while, she transcended the title of “emerging artist” when in 2009 she won City Pages’ best female vocalist award. When she's not writing custom pieces for MPR's "Talking Volumes" literary event series with anchorwoman Kerri Miller, Wolf continues to wow crowds with her current power-pop project “Wolf Lords,” a collaboration with beat mastermind Grant Cutler.