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Slideshow: Rising Rocker Lauren Wolf Seduces Crowd With Powerhouse Vocals, Infectious Band

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Lauren Wolf (lead vocals)

CHICAGO – The Original Mother’s in Chicago lit up on July 28, 2011 when soulful rocker Lauren Wolf and her electrifying band held the CD release party for “All My Secrets”. Wolf’s rock/blues sound can be compared to the likes of Janis Joplin, Joss Stone and Heart wrapped into one.

The album was recorded at Capitol Studios with a Grammy-winning producer after Wolf won Chicago’s Road to Fame competition in 2009. Wolf’s band includes Graham Czach (bass), Jesse Nolan (drums/vocals), Patrick Dugan (guitar) and Phil Maniaci (keys/vocals).

You can click “Next” and “Previous” to scan through this slideshow or jump directly to individual photos with the captioned links below. These photos are all copyrighted by Joe Arce of Starstruck Foto and photographed for HollywoodChicago.com.

  1. LaurenWolf1: Lauren Wolf (lead vocals)
  2. LaurenWolf2: Jesse Nolan (drums/vocals, left) and Graham Czach (bass)
  3. LaurenWolf3: Lauren Wolf
  4. LaurenWolf4: Lauren Wolf
  5. LaurenWolf5: Lauren Wolf (left) and Patrick Dugan (guitar)
  6. LaurenWolf6: Graham Czach
  7. LaurenWolf7: Phil Maniaci (keys/vocals)
  8. LaurenWolf8: Jesse Nolan
  9. LaurenWolf9: Jesse Nolan
  10. LaurenWolf10: Graham Czach (left) and Phil Maniaci
  11. LaurenWolf11: Graham Czach (left) and Phil Maniaci
  12. LaurenWolf12: Jesse Nolan
  13. LaurenWolf13: Lauren Wolf
  14. LaurenWolf14: Patrick Dugan (left) and Lauren Wolf
  15. LaurenWolf15: Left to right: Patrick Dugan, Lauren Wolf and Jesse Nolan
  16. LaurenWolf16: Left to right: Patrick Dugan, Lauren Wolf and Jesse Nolan
  17. LaurenWolf17: Patrick Dugan (left) and Lauren Wolf
  18. LaurenWolf18: Lauren Wolf (left) and Jesse Nolan
  19. LaurenWolf19: Lauren Wolf (left) and Jesse Nolan
  20. LaurenWolf20: Left to right: Patrick Dugan, Jesse Nolan and Graham Czach
  21. LaurenWolf21: Patrick Dugan (left) and Lauren Wolf
  22. LaurenWolf22: Patrick Dugan
  23. LaurenWolf23: Lauren Wolf
  24. LaurenWolf24: The Original Mother’s marquis announcing Lauren Wolf’s performance
  25. Listen to Lauren Wolf’s full album at her official Web site. Follow her on Twitter. Like her on Facebook. Buy her album on iTunes. Attend her Aug. 12, 2011 show at Mahoney’s.

    HollywoodChicago.com publisher Adam Fendelman


    © 2011 Adam Fendelman, HollywoodChicago.com LLC

    Stu's picture

    Above post - Lauren Wolf

    Just came across this post yesterday and checked the album out on Spotify. Amazing! I can’t believe I had not heard of her before. Let’s hope she tours the UK soon - I’d love to see her live.

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