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"Mark Johnson"

February 28, 2006
Fantastic stuff! Some of the coolest stuff that has come into my station in a while. Looking forward to hearing more from you. I am playing "You're Gone" and "I See A Light" at

Keep up the great work!

Mark Johnson - Mansion On The Hill Radio (Mar 3, 2006)
- Mansion On The Hill Radio

"John Maven"

"another reincarnation...Jerald Wolf's new CD is an acoustic/electric jem...sometimes haunting, at times cold and raw and at others, insightful. A very different CD that will keep the listener riveted..."
John Maven - Inside Indie Music (Dec 28, 2005)
- Inside Indie Music

"Sean Dillon; Program Director"

Good guitar work. Very interesting voice. Can't put my finger on it but your voice reminds me of someone. Good production work. If you want to get airplay I would limit the number of musical bridges that you use. Cut the airtime to under 4:00. Although I can't say that I don't like the "extended" versions, but to fit in the world of commercial radio now you need: 1. Catchy Lyrics - Check 2. Good Voice - Check 3. Short - (Under Review) Good luck with your project
Sean Dillon; Radio Program Director - Rock101...Lubbock's Classic Rock (Feb 1, 2006)
- Rock101

"Deborah Wassel: FM Program Director"

Very interesting beginning; it makes me think of something almost medieval. I really like that I can hear the voice clearly; a lot of recordings don't get the mixing right, but I think you hit the nail on the head here. The lyrics are nicely done, and I actually pay attention to them. I also enjoy how the drumming is subtle and underrated; it's a nice touch. I'd love to hear more from you - it's a great start...
Deborah Wassel; FM Program Director - WFRD 99Rock (Feb 1, 2006)
- WFRD 99Rock

"Greg Percifield"

I'm really glad to hear that you're getting radio play. Congratulations. I enjoy your music. In my opinion, you've got a sound that musicians have forgotten about. It sounds as if you've stayed true to your roots. Great job!
Greg Percifield - Music Forte (Feb 1, 2006)
- Music Forte

"Bob Ollman: NYC Music Critic"

The songs that really made me feel and think the most were those of Jerald Wolf. His first solo CD entitled "Winter's Emptiness" is an emotional journey of heart-felt songs that are deeply thoughtful and a well textured mix of acoustic and electric. From the very first song on the CD , "You're Gone", I was immediately taken in by the descriptive words and hypnotic tune. From that point, I clung to every word and note.
Jerald Wolf has a diverse and rich voice, full of emotional colors. The twelve song CD "Winter's Emptiness" is the emerging of a new songwriter/poet. The songs are as poetical as they are raw and sometimes cold. A great CD in all respects.

Bob Ollman - Ezine Articles (Feb 22, 2006)
- Ezine Articles

"Linda Johns"

I have never seen a more visually beautiful man...creative, passionate, and soul-stirring...unique unto yourself...a symphony!

Keep shining...
Linda Johns - Music Doctor
(Feb 8, 2006)
- Music Doctor

"Ash Radio"

Jerald Wolf is a very talented musician from New York. Very hypnotic acoustic lines and distinct vocals. Definitely look to get a hold of Wolf's album, "Winter's Emptiness". - Podcast #6


"Winter's Emptiness" is Jerald Wolfs' first solo can hear some tracks here or at Music Forte, CDBaby, Listener Station and on many internet radio stations...and of course, on the Jerald Wolf Official Website...


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Jerald has been touring and recording as a soloist and with a number of bands for many years...he has performed extensively throughout much of the US and Canada...his music is acoustic/electric adult rock...Jerald is currently forming a back-up band to support his new CD and will be playing shows in the NY/NE area shortly...