The band continues to ride the wave that started for them in mid-2012 when they captured the attention of the nation and were voted into second place in the final of the nationally televised show Australia’s Got Talent.
Since the release of their debut album “IT’S ON” in January 2013, The Wolfe Brothers have been on the road touring and playing to sell-out crowds across the country as Special Guests on Lee Kernaghan’s 2013 – 2014 Beautiful Noise Tour and also on Lee’s 2015 The Songs And The Stories Tour.
The Wolfe Brothers debut LP “IT’S ON” spawned three Top 10 singles, including their first #1 song and #1 video “The Girl, The Bottle, The Memory”. The album entered the ARIA charts at #2 on the Country Chart and #18 on the overall chart. It also earned them the recognition of their peers and saw the band nominated for four Golden Guitar Awards at the 2014 Australian Country Music Awards held in Tamworth. In March of 2014, The Wolfe Brothers were presented with the trophy for CMC’s New Artist of the Year.
In their usual fun approach to life, the band titled their second album “Nothin’ But Trouble”. The album was released on in September 2014 and entered the ARIA Country Charts at #2 and debuted at #13 on the all genre ARIA Chart. The lead single “That Kinda Night”’ was released and became the groups second #1 single.
The band finished 2015 with a massive 30 date national tour as Special Guests on Lee Kernaghan’s The Songs And The Stories In Concert. On the completion of the tour in mid November 2015 the band flew to Nashville to write and record their third album with producer Luke Wooten at the famous Station West Studios.
Upon their return home to Australia The Wolfe Brothers were nominated as finalists in three categories in the CMC Music Awards held in Brisbane in March 2016 - Group Of The Year, Australian Video Of The Year and Oz Artist Of The Year. They took home the CMC Group Of The Year Award.