When the whirling, dipping, harmonica-honking dervish that is Peter Wolf steps onto the stage to front the legendary J. Geils Band, fans know exactly what they're in for, which is what makes waiting for every new solo project so exciting.
It's like a box of Cracker Jacks. You know there's a prize somewhere inside, but to find it, you've got to open it up.
Wolf's latest album, "A Cure For Loneliness," dropped the first week of April, with fans and critics alike eager for a taste and discovering that there's a lot more than a cheap whistle or peel-and-stick tattoo inside. (More)