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This is where you'll find samples of our newest music as well as our older classics. Enjoy pictures and the latest information about The Wolfpack's expeditions and get a taste of what it is that we do. We're sure you'll enjoy listening to our music as much as we enjoy making it for you. We love having you as our fan, howlin' along with the pack!
Update — January 2012
Hoping everyone had a nice holiday and we wish you the best for the new year.
It'll feature the shark-attack guitar work of Leo Sienot, who's played on the last three CDs. He's a great guitarist from the Netherlands who produced and engineered Call of the Wild, Mississippi Crying and Transformation. The album will be recorded in The Hague in the Netherlands, and we're aiming for a mid-summer release. You'll also hear the great guitar work of Daniel Hunter, who's played many shows but will record for the first time with The Wolfpack. Vladimiros Kyrkimtzis, a Greek bassist who's also performed in numerous Wolfpack shows, will also be collaborating with Steph and will record with us for the first time.
Many of you have been asking for some of your favorites from Find a Way, Call of the Wild and Mississippi Crying. We're going to do it -- we'll be rotating some of the songs and put these back on for your listening pleasure. Thanks.
Reviews / Radio Play / Interviews
Wolfpack music is now being played on the Radio U.K. International Showcase Hour, LaserDog's Music Hour, Midnight Special Blues Radio, Pongid Radio, Earbits.com and CMR Nashville. Check out the very cool interviews recently published in Junior's Cave Online Magazine, Vents Magazine and AJ&DBS. La Tribune, the newspaper of Bellegarde sur Valserine in France, put out an excellent full-page interview with Steph.
World Radio Switzerland
The Wolfpack's newest CD release, Transformation, was cut and completed at Studilio in The Hague, the Netherlands, in early 2011. It's 12 songs representing Steph's best work ever. We've added great dobro and harmonica licks to this CD, with the usual hot lead guitars. From Tell Me Darlin' to Drive Me Wild, Transformation encapsulates the ups and downs of Steph's life in the months that followed Mississippi Crying, our last album that told of the devastation brought by Hurricane Katrina.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all your support. The Wolfpack loves to get fan mail (I always write back!) and it's been great seeing our music drawing more and more listeners from all corners of the world, from China and India to Brazil and Switzerland. I've gained even more exposure through the Jango Music Network (click here to check it out) which is bringing in an average of 100 new fans every month. You are all wonderful!
Keep howlin' with The Wolfpack!!
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