Local music enthusiast, guitarist, and booking agent Stuart “Allnight” Johnson is quite excited about an upcoming gig at A Dough Re Mi. “Former guitarist for Sheryl Crowe, Todd Wolfe has been electrifying the blues festival circuit for years,” he says. “Now he’s coming to the Lowcountry and he’ll be at the Lowcountry’s home for the blues, A Dough Re Mi on Sat. Dec. 1. After two years, once again Allnight Booking and Road Dawg Touring Company are working together to make A Dough Re Mi a regular stop for National blues performers,” says Johnson. “In the past, they have brought: Scott Holt Band, Jason Ricci & New Blood, Harmonica Red, Rand McAlister, and many others. This time, it’s Todd Wolfe.”

[image-1]Todd Wolfe started playing on the New York scene in 1979 with his band Troy & the Tornados. He headed West in 1990 to write and record, collaborating with vocalist Sheryl Crow, Carla Olson (of the Textones). In the late ’90s, he worked in N.Y. C. with Mojoson and gradually assembled his own band (simply called “Wolfe”) with Eric Massimino on bass, Dave Hollingsworth on drums, and John Cree on percussion. His latest releases include the live collection Why Thank You Very Much: Wolfe, Live at the Bluetone Cafe and the 2003 studio album Delaware Crossing.

[image-2]Wolfe and his band rock in style that draws equally from the British electric blues and psychedelic era (Cream, Hendrix Experience, Zeppelin, The Who, Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, etc.) and ’70s -era Southern rock (Allmans, Dregs, Outlaws, etc.). Showtime is 10 p.m. Cover is $7.