"Simply one of the best Guitarists in the U.S. today!" ” - ~ Boston Globe

Photos

"9 Wallis Gig"

"Prison of Love"

"Come On"

Stage Plot

Professional Career

Growing up in New York City Bob had played at notable venues such as The Bottom Line, B.B. King's, Mikell's, Boomer's, Kenny Castaway's, and too many more to list. Living in the Boston area since the late seventies, Bob has performed at the House of Blues, Sculler's, Johnny D's, Night Stage, Ryle's, Sandy's, Paul's Mall/Jazz Workshop, Jonathan Swift's, Jack's, Harper's Ferry, The Regent Theatre in Arlington, Mass. The Hatch Shell on The Boston Esplanade, The FireHouse Center for The Arts, Berklee Performance Center, The Regatta Bar, The Channel, The Purple Pit, and The Bull Run in Shirley, Mass. and most recently at 9 Wallis in Beverly, Mass, and BREAKAWAY in Danvers, Mass. Bob is currently booking gigs.  

( Bob on stage with Robben Ford)

Reviews

“A force to be reckoned with, Wolfman has blistering technique and plays with an intensity and refinement that speaks to his deep musicality.”  ~ Joyce Kulhawik   -  Arts and Entertainment critic 

Bob Wolfman is a legendary guitarist/vocalist in and around the Boston and New England area since the early nineteen eighties with his landmark band Elan Vital. He has gained recognition as one of the leading guitarist/vocalists on the East Coast since the nineteen nineties as a leader of his Bob Wolfman Band. 

 "Simply one of the best guitarists in the U.S. today!"   ~  Boston Globe 

An exciting and compelling performer with emotion, power and soulfulness that will inspire even the most blase listeners, Bob Wolfman has chops and technical virtuosity to quiet even the most discerning critic. Wolfman truly loves to play and sing his heart out.  He has fun on stage...and so do his fans, always enjoying his explosive solos, but then he’ll pull at their heart strings, and bring tears to their eyes with a quiet ballad.  Bob has performed and/or recorded with the likes of Larry Coryell, Chick Corea, Grover Washington Jr., Joe Beck, Robben Ford, Sonny Landreth, Victor Bailey, Tommy Campbell, Jimmy Earl, Toni Lynn Washington, Kenwood Dennard, Arlen Roth, and James Montgomery.