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Wolf Mail

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New album
Wolf is now promoting his new album “Blue fix” (ZKS/BSMF/EMI Records), a collection of original Blues/rock material written with the Steve Miller Band.



Canadian born Wolf Mail started playing guitar at age 10 listening to Elmore James and Ray Charles records. He did his first gig at 14 and ran away from home at 17 to tour with his own band. Later on that year he met with Detroit guitarist Ted Nugent and spent some time on the road with him. Meeting Ted was very influential for Wolf as he decided to relocate to California shortly after to pursuit his musical career. From his early gigs at the famous Whisky a go–go in Los Angeles, to the Shibuya nights in Tokyo, Japan or the “Quartier latin” in Paris, France, Wolf always had an intense passion for the stage as he is currently one of the rare artists in today’s scene to successfully tour four continents on a yearly basis. He clocks in over 200 gigs a year in the US, Canada, Japan, Europe and Australia.
With weekly radio airplay in over 1500 stations worldwide, It seems that his hard work is starting to pay off, as his last record “Solid ground” managed to spend 3 weeks in the Japanese top 10 best selling Blues/country charts (May 2005), and 10 days in the U.S top 100 best selling Blues charts. (Dec 2003).
Wolf is also enjoying the support of many, from Mark Knopfler asking for his own copy of “Solid ground” to Robben Ford requesting Wolf for opening act, to the 3M project, which features Mail with Australia’s top guitarists Mal Eastick, and Ian Moss. Mail is fully endorsed by Washburn and Samick guitars, with a Wolf Mail signature on its way, as well as Dean Markley Strings, and Carvin amplifiers.
Side projects
Mail is presently teaching two master classes untitled the “art of guitar” and “The business of music” in accordance to his touring schedule to various conservatories around the world. In Australia his workshops are taking place at the Northern Conservatorium of arts in Lismore, NSW with more to be added. Wolf is also busy working on his new book “What day job?” a guide to fellow musicians on how to improve ways to make a better living in the music business, scheduled for release in March 2007.