Music 2006

| December 26, 2006

The year just past was a geezer year, with many of my top spots occupied by oldsters. These spanned usual suspects Bob Dylan and Tom Petty, but they also included unexpected old whippersnappers like Cheap Trick, Bob Seger and Sonny Rollins. The best new albums of 2006 were Gnarls Barkley’s St. Elsewhere and Frank Black’s […]

Carlo interviewed on Channel 5 News at Noon

| December 23, 2006

Cleveland Plain Dealer – Glory-days tales help us exult in rock legacy

| December 21, 2006

Thursday, December 21, 2006 Jeff Hagan Special To The Plain Dealer When Paul Simon took The Plain Dealer Pavilion stage last summer and said, with what he apparently thought would be irony, “Hello, Cleveland!” he was surprised to meet with roaring approval. Click here to read the whole article

90.3 WCPN Around Noon Interview

| December 18, 2006

Click here to listen to the interview as it aired…  This is an MP3 file so you may need an MP3 player to listen to it.

Tribune Chronicle Review – Cleveland rock city subject of new book

| December 15, 2006

By ANDY GRAY Tribune Chronicle Link: New in book stores is ‘‘Cleveland Rock & Roll Memories’’ ($19.95, Gray & Company), a brief, breezy oral history of the city’s music scene, primarily in the 1960s and ’70s. At 131 pages, it’s far from encyclopedic, but it has some fun anecdotes compiled by Carlo Wolff, a […]

Carlo on Channel 3

| December 11, 2006 – City’s rock past gets loving look

| December 7, 2006

By Jarrod Zickefoose The Sun Press Link: CLICK HERE FOR LINK Carlo Wolff began with a simple goal. “It was my idea to write a book memorializing Cleveland’s rock scene,” the South Euclid resident said. The result is the 129-page “Cleveland Rock & Roll Memories,” released last month by Gray & Company. “It’s nostalgia told […]

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I'm a veteran critic and business writer who reads and listens and writes about music, books, hotels and travel. I've been in the business for many years and still enjoy it. My pride and joy is my book, Cleveland Rock & Roll Memories. Follow me on Twitter: