Gregory Wolfe’s taste in music developed at an
early age, listening to crooners like Nat King Cole and Andy Williams. At the
age of nineteen, like most young adults in Lansing, Michigan,
Gregory went to work at General Motors.
But, in the summer of 1984, Gregory entered
himself in a tribute contest that would forever change his future. Shortly
afterward, he was flown to Los Angeles by the producers of what was, at that
time, the #1-rated television show in syndication, “Putt’n On The Hits.” After
his appearance on that program, things would never be the same for Gregory. He
soon relocated to L.A. and not long after, began making a career of
impersonating the great Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend, Rod Stewart.
He has since taken his act world-wide, from
Singapore to South Carolina, from Bangkok to Berlin; Gregory has entertained all
over the globe! In 2005, Gregory started working with a 35-piece orchestra based
in Orange County, California, performing the Standards from Stewart’s recently
released “Great American Songbook Collection” at corporate functions and
fundraisers in and around the Los Angeles area. And now, Gregory has gone in the
opposite direction for the feature debut of GASOLINE ALLEY, a tribute to the
early years of Rod Stewart’s career.
As Gregory puts it:
“This is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time and the time is
right. We do a selection of these songs as it is. It’s just a matter of adding a
few more. I’m very excited about it. This should pretty much cover everything,
there’s not much else left for me to do… except enjoy it, which I fully intend
to do!” Stay Tuned!!