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Warren Wolf is a jazz vibraphonist from Baltimore, MD whose musical roots can be traced back to the Peabody Institute, Baltimore School of the Arts and Berklee College of Music.
Warren has made several recordings as a leader and a sideman. His latest effort, the eponymous “Warren Wolf” (2011) features Christian McBride on bass, Peter Martin on piano, Greg Hutchinson on drums, Tim Green on alto and soprano saxophones, and Jeremy Pelt on trumpet.
Writing for the New York Daily News on October 15, 2011, Greg Thomas said of his CD “Warren Wolf”: “To say that Warren Wolf’s Mack Avenue debut is auspicious would be an understatement. No doubt, this is one of the best of the year in jazz.” His other notable recordings as a leader are “Incredible Jazz Vibes” (2005) (featuring Mulgrew Miller on piano, Vicente Archer on bass, and Kendrick Scott on drums), and “Black Wolf” (2009) (featuring Mulgrew Miller on piano, Rodney Whitaker on bass, and Jeff “Tain” Watts on drums).