Changes are afoot on the site with a re-vamp happening behind the scenes at the moment.In the meantime you can find here some music , some videos and some info about upcoming concerts...
Ger Wolfe is a singer and a songwriter, sometimes a poet, always a lover of the guitar and music of all sorts.
COMING SOON- New CD and Tourdates.....
NEW C.D 'Ger Wolfe and The New Skylark's Melody Bright and The Favourite Sparrow' OUT ON MARCH 1ST 2019.
'Love is in the Lost and Found' New Single release on 1st February.............
GOOD NEWS FOR DIGITAL SHOPPERS
Our digital downloads page (secure as any apple) which was thought lost was not after all lost and you can click this link to visit it and get yourself some downloadable songs from all of the albums.All through paypal and guaranteed secure.
For venues that would like to book a concert, including House and Home concerts please send details of your request to:
All of Ger's CD's can be purchased here by a very quick mail order service and with total security through PAYPAL at our Online Store Thank you for supporting Independent Music makers like Ger.
Thanks for supporting our truly independent record label.The music is also available at selected record stores, support your local shop! .Some downloads are available from iTunes download store by clicking on this link
Here is a review of the newest record, from Colm O' Hare, HOTPRESS.
I Have Been Loved-Review in HOTPRESS
With his gentle, yearning folk melodies and easy-going voice, Cork's Ger Wolfe has been creating understated but carefully crafted vignettes since his 1998 debut. He continues in that vein on his seventh album with ten new songs, exquisitely performed, arranged and recorded. It's difficult to pick out highlights; such is the even quality of the tunes, not to mention the stellar playing from a large cast.
The current single, 'Shine Down Warmly' is, as the title suggests, a sun-kissed, laid back number which gently weaves it's melodic magic, with wonderfully evocative lyrics: 'The flowers take a notion, let their petals dance a jig, the sky pours out a potion and the river takes a swig' 'When I was hungry' boasts a lovely brass arrangement, lyrical honesty and hopeful sentiments.
Elsewhere, melancholia and regret inform songs such as 'I Have Been Loved' and 'It's all dark' but their lovely melodies overcome the stark subject matter. Homelessness is the subject of 'Tell All The Lies' where the protagonist lies in the 'backstreet cardboard box and concrete'.
It's not all low-key and somber however; the tempo is raised on 'They Dance When It Rains' which boasts a more rhythmic, almost reggae-lite backdrop while 'A New October Daughter' rings in the changing of the seasons, the dark days ahead and 'The comfort of your feather bed.'Sublime.
Colm O' Hare