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Vincent Wolfe / Press

“Forget Michael Bublé and check out this local singer. Wolfe’s album, Weaver of Dreams was released back in December, but these are timeless gems. I can’t quite pin down a comparison for his golden-throated voice — it’s sort of like a silky-smooth jazz angel. With his flawless band and his kd lang-esque version of Stephen Sondheim’s Send in the Clowns, this record is super-romantic dinner and lounge listening.”

Phil Villeneuve - Tunes/FAB Magazine

“Just listened to your CD and it's so wonderful. God you sing with such clarity and feeling. Beautiful sound and soul. (Weaver of Dreams)”

SHEILA JORDAN - (Jazz singer/legend)

"A real swingin' band and you croon like a champ!" (Vincent with the Bob Cary Orchestra)

ALAN PAUL - Manhattan Transfer

“There’s a kind of intimate quality to his voice. An honesty that is really remarkable and mellifluous…and rich.”

Robert Enright - Globe & Mail

“He’s a triple-threat! Singer, songwriter, entertainer! I’m a devoted fan.”

JULIE WILSON - (Renowned cabaret singer/actress)

“The real deal....the CD is wonderful. A lovely selection of songs sung in such a beautiful relaxed manner. I'll keep this close to my listening area! (Weaver of Dreams)”

MARLENA SHAW - (Legendary jazz diva. Verve, Blue Note, Concord Records)

"His tender and resolute voice uncannily captures the ebb and flow of the human heart...outstanding!"


"A pure and subtle voice…wonderful to listen to!"


"Musical prayers have been answered for jazz fans…"

Rosie Levine - NOW Toronto

"This versatile vocalist seems at ease with whatever he decides to sing…catch him when you can!" TORONTO JAZZ

Dave Milbourne - TORONTO JAZZ

"Takes well-rewarded chances vocally…an exciting performer!"


"A clean, lean sexy sound. His singing is tight and right on!"

The Georgia Straight, BC

"His recording of 'Everything Happens To Me' is a killer track and is, by far, the finest interpretation since Chet Baker's in the late fifties..." (review of Trust the Vibe, 1999)

Kamal Al-Solaylee - XTRA

"Versatile and pleasing…his thick-textured, atmospheric tenor voice contrasts well with Bray and Koller." (review of Trust the Vibe, 1999)

Geoff Chapman - Toronto Star

"Canada has spawned still another excellent jazz performer! With his soft but effective delivery, his ability to swing and to caress a slow ballad, Wolfe has the vocal tools to be ranked high on the male jazz vocalist roster, which could use some good new blood."


"Wolfe's voice is a sweet, reverberating tenor perfect for his material…Conveys both serenity and strong emotion, knowing just when to lay back and when to pour it on…"


"Drips with feeling and shows Wolfe's attuned sense of phrasing and timing...he leaves just enough space to keep the listener hooked. A versatile singer who hits the mark with each tune!"

Dave Nathan - All Music Guide

"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 -

“Young, hip, and well supported by a sympathetic keyboard-free rhythm section, Wolfe gently sings standards and originals with an R&B sensibility and smooth jazz appeal.” (review of Until Tomorrow)”


“Vincent Wolfe applies the regulation soft-sensitive voice to an R&B tune, You Just Don’t Know, with surprisingly satisfactory results; he proves one of the best lyric interpreters on hand… (review of Here Come The Boys)”

Robert Cushman - National Post