CORRECTION : The Todd Wolfe Band plays electrified blues-rock on a two-month Midwest Tour in support of a new album, Miles to Go. Mr. Wolfe was the guitarist in Sheryl Crow’s band for five years before striking out on his own. The new album, says the Blues Rock Review, “has a deep bluesy soul with a tinge of Southern rock and a psychedelic vibe.” Saturday, December 7, at 6 p.m., Garage Pub at Yellowstone Valley Brewing Co., 2123 First Ave. N. $5. The photo in the print edition was miscaptioned with the venue listed as The Railyard. Our apologies.
The power trio features Todd Wolfe on lead guitar and vocals; Justine Gardner on bass and backing vocals; and Roger Voss on drums and backing vocals. Guitar maestro Todd Wolfe recently released his new album, "Miles To Go" (American Showplace Music), representing another music milestone in Wolfe's storied career. The record's ten tracks run the gamut from straight blues to post-classic rock, each featuring Wolfe's uniquely rockin' soulful vocals. Guest performers on Miles To Go (Wolfe's fifth studio album, eighth total) include noteworthy blues harpist Steve Guyger and organ ace, John Ginty. Wolfe - formerly the guitarist in rock singer Sheryl Crow's band for a five-year period - has truly arrived on his own terms, and as Miles To Go proves, creating quality music for the world to hear.