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Vincent Wolfe


VINCENT WOLFE (vocalist) Canadian vocalist Wolfe was exposed to jazz at an early age. His father, who worked for Mercury Records, introduced him to Dinah Washington, Mel Tormé, and Sarah Vaughan, all of whom influenced his style. Wolfe also cites Frank Sinatra, Joe Williams, and Sam Cooke, among others, as influences.

Releasing his debut album in 1999, Trust the Vibe features saxophonist Pat LaBarbera, guitarist Sean Bray, and bassist George Koller and features a number of jazz standards.

In 2001, Wolfe released Until Tomorrow featuring Bray, saxophonist Mike Murley, bassist Jim Vivian, drummer Ted Warren, and vibraphonist Mattias Lupri.

In 2007, Vincent Wolfe made his New York City cabaret debut, making his mark with a prestigious MAC-award nomination. Since that time, Wolfe has frequently returned to the United States to perform in top venues like the Triad Theatre, the Metropolitan Room, Birdland, Blues Alley and Scullers.

Wolfe’s 's third album, Weaver of Dreams, features trumpeter Lina Allemano, bassist Louis Simao, and drummer Barry Romberg. The recording features mix of jazz standards and pop tunes and lesser-known as well as an original composition “Divided” co-written with Sean Bray

Wolfe has travelled world performing with the Cunard cruise line since 2009.