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Peter Wolf is the American rhythm and blues master that brought you 1980s classics like "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now," "We Built This City" and "No Way Out." Don't miss your chance to see Peter Wolf perform LIVE! Buy your Peter Wolf tickets now!
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Peter Wolf Concert Tickets

Peter Wolf is an American rock and roll musician best known for his work as the lead vocalist for The J. Geils Band. His music is inspired by multiple genres, including blues, jazz, R&B, soul, funk and dance. Join one of the most famous rockers of the 1980s for a night of soulful crooning. Buy your Peter Wolf tickets today.

Wolf was born and raised in the Bronx, New York. Although he had not planned to be a musician, Wolf was always attracted to music. He started off as an artist and earned a gig as a disc jockey in the late 1960s in Boston. Working as a disc jockey introduced him to different artists in the blues and R&B genres. As a member of The Hallucinations, Wolf performed with the Velvet Underground, Muddy Waters, Van Morrison and John Lee Hooker, among others. In 1967, after seeing the group J. Geils Blues perform, he asked to be a member and was quickly accepted into the fold.

After years of performing with J.Geils Blues, Wolf began his solo career. In 1984, he released his eponymous debut single, which peaked at No. 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 1987, he finished production on his solo album, Come As You Are. Its title track earned him the number one spot on the Mainstream Rock Charts.