Benefit for Ann's Wolfe Pack

Music community supports local legend

Benefit for Ann's Wolfe Pack

Ann Wolfe (pictured) has spent her life in or close to the boxing ring. She's held world titles in four separate weight classes, is a successful trainer who's worked with big names like James Kirkland and devotes her heart and soul to training underprivileged kids, promotes local boxing cards under her Wolfe Pack Promo­tions banner, and won a 2010 "Best of Austin" award from this very publication as the Best Trainer of Rising Pugilists. Ann and her Wolfe Pack are currently looking for a new gym, and the local music community has stepped in to lend a helping hand to this woman who gives so much of herself back to the Austin community. Dale Watson, Paula Nelson, W.C. Clark, Tommy Shannon, and others will lend their talents to this worthy charitable concert. Sun., Jan. 9, 6pm-2am. Antone's, 213 W. Fifth, 320-8424. $20-200.

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