Eli Wolfe is one of Australia’s most creative troubadours, and is now touring Canada and Europe on the back of compelling performances at Canadian Music Week and a series of summer festivals back home. On stage, Eli opens a doorway to a mesmerising musical experience, with smooth, enchanting vocals and captivating guitar-work.
What was the first band you saw live?
Pollyanna, I think.
What did you learn from them?
Distortion, girls and rock bands are beautiful.
Got any pre-gig rituals?
I find a bathroom in the venue and begin to twirl in circles like a sufi.
What do you think the most important issue facing artists in NSW is?
Hmm, maybe over analysing simplicity.
If you weren’t a musician, what do you reckon you’d be doing?
I’d be a Yak farmer in Tibet with a side business in Goji Berries. I’d have twelve children and play guitar with a smile all day and night on my furry couch.