Philip Wolfe and Maria Glass formed Glass Wolfe in 1999.
Glass Wolfe is produced by Philip Wolfe Music and is the follow-up to Phil's solo albums "LifeForce" (1996) and "OM The Cosmic Vibration" (1998).
Maria Glass, originally from Rhode Island, relocated to Los Angeles to pursue rock and roll. She appeared in Cameron Crowe's motion picture "Say Anything" and episodes of the television series "Houston Knights." Later, she formed the band UV17, played the LA club circuit and wrote lyrics for other artists, most notably Keith Emerson of Emerson, Lake and Palmer.
Philip Wolfe has toured and recorded keyboards for WASP, Rox Diamond, Attakk, Vinnie Vincent, Keel and Impelliteri. Phil has also played with members of Black Sabbath, Kiss, Ozzy Osbourne, Rainbow, Whitesnake, Quiet Riot, Angel, Mr. Big and XYZ. Phil has appeared in numerous MTV videos and live concert telecasts including "WASP, Live at Donnington, England," "Rox Diamond, Live in Japan," Impelliteri's "Stand in Line" and others.
Glass Wolfe includes accomplished studio musicians Howie Simon on guitar, Dario Seixas on bass and vocals and Stefan Svensson on drums.
Howie Simon has toured with Limp Bizkit and has recently done shows with Jeff Scott Soto and Graham Bonnet.
Originally from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Dario Seixas has played professionally in the US for the last 10 years, since he moved here in search of musical opportunities.
Stefan Svensson is from Askim, Sweden. He has played the drums professionally for many years and has toured and/or recorded with many artists.