Guitarist Bob Wolfman has been respected for his advanced musical skills for a long time. He was already a Manhattan session player before he finished high school. Yet, he should be even more respected for his never ending quest for self-improvement. Despite his ability to play fast chords over complicated scales, Wolfman never rests on his laurels. At heart, he is still a student of the guitar, voice, music, teaching, and recording. Whatever his latest project might be, listeners can bet their last dollar that Wolfman will be stepping up his game, taking it to an even higher level.
Guitarist Chris Lamy has had an interesting history in the punk rock scenes in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and New York. A member of the Jabbers during the GG Allin period and a friend of Johnny Ramones during The Ramones’ heyday, Lamy collected many pieces of memorabilia. Having reached an age of maturity, Lamy has decided to sell these pieces through RRAuction’s online auction service in July.
Ruby Rose Fox has, through hard work and talent, risen to the top of the Boston music scene. After starting out a few years ago going to open mics and networking, she was selected to compete in the 2013 Rumble, got nominated for a couple of Boston Music Awards in 2013 and 2014, before winning a BMA for Best Female Vocalist at last December’s Award show.
The Tony Soul Project hit the Village Trestle running last Saturday night and went over big with fans of American soul and R&B music. Mr. Soul, hailing from the Worcester, Massachusetts area, came across as a natural born entertainer, rallying his seven piece band and the audience to new heights of enjoyment with each song.
The Jennifer Tefft Band rocked the Hard Rock Café in Boston last Saturday night, elevating themselves from guest band to stand out with their furious, driving original music. Fronted by the springy, charismatic Jennifer Tefft, this five piece outfit made an indelible impression with powerhouse vocal work and passionate, edgy music