Peter Wolf: Blues Breaker

Peter Wolf has had an amazing life and career.  He grew up in New York and hung out at the Apollo Theatre.  He went on to be a disc jockey in Boston, back in the day when deejays had to know something about the music they played.  As a boy, his babysitter was painter Norman Rockwell, as a young man, he got evicted by a roommate, future director David Lynch.  He was going to be a painter until he jumped up to sing with a blues band at a bar, and that was that. He was married to Faye Dunaway… was lead singer for the J Geils Band, and had a string of records on his own.  As the music scene became more pop, Peter Wolf became more soul. His latest release, A CURE FOR LONELINESS, finds him still mining the rhythm and blues vein, but dipping into country as well.  It’s a passionate look back on life, and love.  Here he asks the musical question, “How Do You Know?” PeterWolf_ACureForLoneliness_RGB

AIR DATES: June 4-5, 2016

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