Source: The Detroit News
As the frontman of the much-loved J. Geils Band, Peter Wolf can draw on a deep well of love and affection built up from years of playing in the band’s second home of Detroit.
So it’s no surprise that his show at Saint Andrew’s Hall on Monday, in support of his urban and country blues-soaked solo album “Midnight Souvenirs” (Verve/UMe), is sold out. But he still makes no presumptions about that love.
“I don’t take it for granted, especially in a place that means as much to me as Detroit,” Wolf said by phone from his Boston home.
Susan Whitall / Detroit News Music Writer
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