The Wulfe Brothers are a delightful band based in Louisville, Kentucky. A favorite of kids, and adults their shows are fun while educational at the same time. They travel the state of Kentucky, as well as Indiana and Ohio presenting family programs at schools, fairs, festivals, corporate events, dances, and various private functions.
The band is comprised of three brothers, Paul, Rodney, and Jeff. Paul is the Bass Guitarist, and is the straight-laced member of the group. During concerts he is the voice of the group. Rodney plays keyboards, and synthesizer for the group. Rodney’s antics are wild and crazy, and the crowds love his outrageousness. Jeff is the drummer and percussionist for the group, and is a little on the crazy side, though his antics are nowhere near as outrageous as Rodney’s.
The Wulfe Brothers allows you to choose from a variety of family-oriented programs including Reflections of the American Spirit…Songs of the Braveheart, Taming the Wild West, A Rockin’ History Lesson, Kentucky’s The Place, and Groovy’s Sixties Show.
The Reflections of the American Spirit…Songs of the Braveheart show is a musical patriotic journey that will take audience members from the American Revolution all the way through Persian Gulf Crisis. The band performs patriotic songs such as Yankee Doodle Dandy, Star Spangled Banner, The Battle of New Orleans, WWI Medley, Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy, Armed Forces Medley, Ballad of the Green Berets, and God Bless the U.S.A.
The Taming the Wild West Show takes audience members on a nostalgic journey back to yesteryear with songs detailing stories of The Wild West. During this show the band performs songs such as Daniel Boone, Indian Reservation, Cowboy Medley, Wild Wild West, Ballad of Davy Crockett, Texas Medley, and Happy Trails.
During the A Rockin’ History Lesson show the band takes audience members back to the 1950’s with songs such as Rock Around the Clock, At The Hop, Blue Moon, The Lion Sleeps Tonight, YMCA, and Rock N Roll is Here to Stay.
The Kentucky’s The Place Show features music created by Kentuckians and songs about the great state of Kentucky. Music from the show includes songs such as Kentucky’s The Place, Daniel Boone, My Old Kentucky Home, Big Bad John, Paradise, Why Not Me, Workin’ In a Coal Mine, and Run for the Roses.
The Groovy’s Sixties Show takes audience members on a journey through the sixties with songs such as Take Good Care of My Baby, Breakin’ Up is Hard to Do, Walk Like a Man, I Get Around, The Twist, Game of Love, Doo Wah Diddy, Wild Thing, and Blowin’ In the Wind.
The Wulfe Brother’s also perform a variety of feel good dance songs such as The Macarena, The Electric Slide, The Duck Dance, The Cha Cha Slide, and The Hokey Pokey.
For more information on how to book The Wulfe Brothers or for upcoming show dates please visit their website.