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“One of the finest singers on the jazz scene today. Wolfe is forging new ground and steers clear of the rigid guidelines that ensnare most jazz musicians…he is his own man!” Paul Deboy XTRA Magazine
“There’s a kind of intimate quality to his voice. An honesty that is really remarkable and mellifluous…and rich.” Robert Enright Globe & Mail/CBC Radio
Since the 1999 release of his widely acclaimed debut album “Trust the Vibe,” Canadian crooner Vincent Wolfe has built a reputation as one of the most original interpreters of song on the North American jazz and cabaret scene. His captivating warmth and vocal expressiveness have been described by Manhattan Transfer founding member Laurel Massé as “somewhere between Chet Baker and Mel Tormé… a wonderful place to be!” And according to legendary jazz singer Marlena Shaw, the Toronto native “has been blessed with a golden sound.”
In 2007, Vincent made his New York City cabaret debut, making his mark with a prestigious MAC-award nomination. Since that time, the Big Apple has become one of his favorite places to perform (at the Triad Theatre, the Metropolitan Room and Birdland) along with Washington DC (at Blues Alley), where he opened for “Philly Soul” songstress Jean Carne.
Vincent has produced three albums: “Trust the Vibe” (1999), “Until Tomorrow” (which was singled out by the National Jazz Awards as one of the top releases of 2001) and “Weaver of Dreams” (2011).
Wolfe performs regularly on the jazz and cabaret circuit and also guests with other big bands and orchestras, but his main focus is the newly-formed VegasNorth Orchestra. Vincent and VegasNorth have a brand new headliner show entitled “As Long As I’m Singing” (produced and arranged by Anthony Rice/VegasNorth Entertainment). They are primed to make a huge splash in the local, national and international music scene.