When Roger Glover heard DeWolff play live he thought he was hearing his Deep Purple Mark II blasting from the stage; Seasick Steve once woke up backstage and thought he heard the Allman Brothers play in 1972 but what they were really hearing was DeWolff, a young & highly electrified Hammond-driven power trio from the Netherlands. The band released eight studio albums, 2 EP's, two live-albums, a live album with the amazing Metropole Orkest (live @ Royal Theatre Carré), won a Dutch Grammy and Buma Award and recorded an album with Black Keys-producer and Grammy winner Mark Neill.
Their own fully analog studio, where they've recorded and produced their latest albums, but also many other critically acclaimed albums, has become a cornerstone in the new chapter of Dutch roots-rock history. So, these guys must be in their fiffouthir twenties! Yes, you heard it right! Robin Piso and brothers Luka & Pablo van de Poel are some of the meanest, energetic, roadhardened and virtuosic musicians around (e.g. Pablo was even voted \#1 guitar player of the Benelux twice) and they are still in their mid twenties! They have played over a 1,000 shows all over Europe, Australia, Indonesia and even Russia, preaching their explosive mix of bluesrock with a dash of soul and psychedelica. These guys don't just play music, they breathe music. You only have to see 2 minutes of a live DeWolff show to understand why music from the golden era of rock music still has a place in the 21st century.
They didnt make bands like this anymore, but then there was DeWolff! LIVE DeWolff already played many Dutch festivals like Pinkpop, Lowlands, Down the Rabbit Hole, Zwarte Cross, Paaspop, Huntenpop, Appelpop, Bospop, Eurosonic Noorderslag and several Freedom Festivals, but also performed at renowned foreign festivals like Sziget (HUN), ILMC (UK), Reeperbahn (DE), Rockpalast (DE), Azkena (ES), Transmusicales (FR), MaMA (FR), Arezzo Wave (IT) and many more. Further more DeWolff has been touring as a headliner throughout Europe for several years now and have sold out most of their shows in recent years. And from the summer of 2021 on the band will once again dive into the tour van to eat a lot of highway miles to shock and conquer the European stages and festivals with their amazing live show!
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