When Roger Glover heard them play live, he thought his Deep Purple Mark II was blowing onstage without him; Seasick Steve imagined himself back in 1972 and heard The Allman Brothers playing when he woke up from a deep sleep backstage... But what both actually heard was of course DeWolff: a young and fire-breathing Hammond-powered power trio from the Netherlands. They are located in P60 in Amstelveen.
This band has received many albums and awards
DeWolff has already released 8 studio albums, 2 live albums, 2 EPs, a live album with the Metropole Orchestra (live @ Royal Theater Carré) and a live DVD, won an Edison for 'Best Rock' in 2019, and a Buma Award in 2020 for 'Live Like You' and also recorded an album in the deep south of the US with Black Keys producer and Grammy winner Mark Neill.
They also have their own fully analogue Electrosaurus studio, where they have already recorded and produced several critically acclaimed albums (also for others). This studio has now become a cornerstone in the new chapter of Dutch roots-rock history. And all this while the gentlemen themselves are only in their twenties.
Robin Piso and brothers Luka and Pablo van de Poel are some of the most driven, energetic and virtuoso musicians you will ever encounter. Extra hardened by years of touring. Pablo has even been voted the #1 guitarist in the Benelux twice.
They have already played more than 1000 shows throughout Europe, Australia, Indonesia and even Russia, preaching their explosive mix of blues rock with a touch of soul and psychedelia. They don't just make music, they breathe music. You only have to experience 2 minutes of a DeWolff show to understand why music from the golden age of rock still has a place in the 21st century.
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