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Wolf On The Prowl

10:01 AM Tuesday 4/27/10 | |

Legendary J. Geils Band frontman Peter Wolf has his own tour to do, and it starts next month in New Hampshire.

  • Peter Wolf

    Plays for the big bucks at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame induction ceremony.
    March 10, 2010

    (AP Photo)

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Playing mostly theatres and clubs, the tour begins in Londonderry, N.H., at Tupelo Music Hall May 9, moves on to Northampton, Mass., for a show at the Iron Horse Music Hall May 11 then heads up to Portland, Maine, to play Port City Music Hall May 12. Other stops include Chicago at Park West May 15; Detroit at St. Andrews Hall May 17; Pittsburgh at Mr. Smalls May 19; Boston at Wilbur Theatre May 25 and NYC at Highline Ballroom May 26.

Wolf is touring in support of his latest solo album – Midnight Souvenirs – which features performances from Merle Haggard, Shelby Lynne, and Neko Case. Earlier this month, Wolf and Lynne performed a track from the song – “Tragedy” – on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.”

Midnight Souvenirs has been getting good reviews since its release, with Wolf’s hometown paper, the Boston Globe, calling it “one of [Wolf’s] most poignant albums” while Rolling Stone described it as “delightful,” saying “Nothing can kill Wolf’s charm.”

Of course, there’s nothing like hearing the music on the concert stage performed by one of rock’s master showmen. For more information, click here for Peter Wolf’s website, here for his Facebook page and here for his MySpace hangout.


Comments

  1. sammyd wrote:

    02:01 PM, Apr 27, 2010

    I will be seeing Peter Wolf/J.Geils Band at Fenway Park!Not the same but I will see the Woofa Goofa Man on stage!

  2. Nancy NM wrote:

    12:30 PM, Apr 27, 2010

    Will be seeing Wolf at Tupelo and Infinity Music Hall. Should be great shows.

    Some old photos of Peter are posted on my website:  www.photosbynanci.com/jgeils.html



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