*SOLD OUT* Peter Wolf – Friday 9/6/19

This show was rescheduled from Friday 6/28 to Friday 9/6.
All tickets purchased for Friday 6/28 will be honored for Friday 9/6. Refunds were available upon request until 7/28.

Peter Wolf has been known for decades as the dynamic lead singer and song writer of the J. Geils Band, with whom he showcased his talents on such hits as “Centerfold,” “Freeze Frame,” “Love Stinks” and “Musta Got Lost.” Continue reading

*SOLD OUT* Peter Wolf – Saturday 9/7/19

This show was rescheduled from Saturday 6/29 to Saturday 9/7.
All tickets purchased for Saturday 6/29 will be honored for Saturday 9/7. Refunds were available upon request until 7/29.

Peter Wolf has been known for decades as the dynamic lead singer and song writer of the J. Geils Band, with whom he showcased his talents on such hits as “Centerfold,” “Freeze Frame,” “Love Stinks” and “Musta Got Lost.” Continue reading

SOLD OUT* Peter Wolf and the Midnight Travelers 4/15/17

“A Cure for Loneliness” manifests the same vibrant passion for music that’s motivated Peter Wolf for most of his life. Growing up in an artistic, politically engaged family in the Bronx, he became an early rock ‘n’ roll convert after attending an Alan Freed rock ‘n’ roll revue that included performances by Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard and Frankie Lymon. His thirst for new and old sounds drove him to exploring blues, soul, country, folk and jazz, inspiring weekly visits to Harlem’s Apollo Theatre and leading to acquaintances with many of the music’s surviving originators. Continue reading

SOLD OUT* Peter Wolf and the Midnight Travelers 4/14/17

“A Cure for Loneliness” manifests the same vibrant passion for music that’s motivated Peter Wolf for most of his life. Growing up in an artistic, politically engaged family in the Bronx, he became an early rock ‘n’ roll convert after attending an Alan Freed rock ‘n’ roll revue that included performances by Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard and Frankie Lymon. His thirst for new and old sounds drove him to exploring blues, soul, country, folk and jazz, inspiring weekly visits to Harlem’s Apollo Theatre and leading to acquaintances with many of the music’s surviving originators. Continue reading