Thanks to jerseygirlmusic for sharing this photo on Instagram.
From Peter Wolf’s Facebook page - Wolf is hitting the clubs these days. He joined his friend, singer songwriter Dennis Brennan, on stage this past Wednesday as the band ripped into a rockin’ version of the old Geil’s standard “Wait.”
As Boston music goes, you can’t get more classic than J. Geils frontman Peter Wolf or fresher than electro-rock kids Dom (think MGMT minus the neon fetish). With this in mind, the Boston Music Awards rewarded the newest of the new and older acts making great contemporary music last night at a Liberty Hotel bash.
Wolf, whom you may remember from a little gig at Fenway Park [map] this past summer, made maybe his best solo disc ever in “Midnight Souvenirs.” The 23rd BMAs took notice and named it Album of the Year.
Local singer-songwriter Dennis Brennan accepted the award on behalf of Wolf, whose song “Tragedy’’ was also nominated as Song of the Year. That honor ultimately went to the Worcester synth-pop outfit — and fellow Artist of the Year nominees — Dom, for their track “Living in America.’’