Emily Wolf Project
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Emily Wolf Project

New York City, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2014 | SELF

New York City, New York, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2014
Band Pop Neo Soul


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"The Exiles- Review"

"Wolf was Pensive and Melodically Ambitions.... Expressive Hints of Madeline Peyroux's languorous elisions." - The Guardian (Live review London Uk)

"Love for Emily"

Many artists make a kind of pilgrimage in search of their true muse and British-born jazz vocalist EMILY WOLF is a great example. Fired with a deep-rooted passion for jazz, she left the UK to go study the music she loved... to pursue her ambition EMILY relocated to Harlem with, she says, "a dream and a month's rent". There she formed a band – THE EMILY WOLF PROJECT – which performed regularly throughout New York. All the time she was honing her signature sound – a fusion of blues, jazz and soul which can be sampled on her latest release – the 13 track album 'Love For Me' ... there's a Steely Dan inspired 'Your Move My Heart'... also impassioned blues in a cover of 'What's Your Story, Moring Glory' and a homage to the Golden Age of Harlem via brief snatch of 'Ain't Misbehavin'. There's a lot to like about this album and you can find out more @ www.emilywolfmusic.com - SoulandJazzandFunk.com

"Emily Wolf- Nevermine"

"A chilled-out, cool, sly, bluesy ballad treatment, Wolf’s rich, blues-charged vocal caressing the melody... Emily Wolf is a burgeoning talent, one that deserves the one-to- watch tag." - Jazz Inside Magazine

"Emily Wows them!"

On 29 July every table at The Bald Faced Stag was booked for their Jazz and Dinner night. The entertainment that evening was provided by singer Emily Wolf, backed by a trio consisting of Richard Rozzie on guitar, Fulvio Buccafusco on double bass and Brian Abrahams on drums... Emily has performed in London and Europe but for the next two years she will be based in the USA, for she has won a much sought after place at the New England Conservatory in Boston to study for a Masters in jazz voice performance. There was a great ambience at the Stag, where Emily gave her own special touch to many old favourites, which included “September Song” and “Secret Love”. - Finchley Gazette


'Nevermine'Funk'Nevermine 2011
'Love for Me' 2013



Wolf merged wider influences from Reggae, Neo Soul and Funk influences into singing with her band the ‘Emily Wolf PROJECT’.  They are frequent performers at many NYC venues and are featured at the Brooklyn Wildlife Summer Festival featuring a hybrid of Jazz, Rock, Funk and Hop Hop bands in NYC.

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