Ted Wulfers | Lucky No. 7

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Lucky No. 7

by Ted Wulfers

Rock ‘n’ Roll with influences of Americana, Roots/Alt. Country & Pop full of Joy, Passion, Love & Loss making sure that once these songs get into your car, head and heart, they will never leave. Save Rock 'n Roll and Fight Cancer with Lucky No. 7 Today!
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. When You Run
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2. Dreams Come True
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3. Here We Go
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4. Break My Heart
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5. Me & Miss 4th of July
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6. More Than a Mystery
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7. Heavens to Betsy
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8. Stars
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9. The Rock & the Roll
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10. Stay (for a Lil' While)
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11. What R U Doin' 2nite?
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12. Jade in My Pocket
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13. Carolina Stars
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14. Friday Night High
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15. Think of the Good Times
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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With Lucky No. 7, Ted Wulfers takes you on a wild rock 'n roll adventure in his latest and greatest release. Lucky No. 7 is his DEBUT RECORD released on vinyl and the album was fan funded by fans all over the world via PledgeMusic and a percentage of ALL album sales will go to the American Cancer Society.

Once this album gets into your car, head and heart, it will never leave It’s a Rock ‘n’ Roll record with influences of Americana, Alt. Country and Pop, making it the perfect combination of Roots Rock meets Big Stadium Rock ‘n’ Roll. Wulfers' dreams have come true, his heart's been broken, he's ready for the open road and there's even a story about a girl named Betsy. There is so much joy and love put into this record that soars through the speakers the minute you turn it on until closing with a powerful song of goodbye that turns into a New Orleans Dixieland style Second Line Jazz Funeral making Lucky No. 7 one of the most special, unique and powerful Rock 'n Roll/Americana albums ever.

Produced by Ted Wulfers, Ted wrote all of the songs on Lucky No 7 as well as playing most of the guitars as well as keyboards, bass, sitar, banjo, ukulele and percussion. Special guests include Kenny Aronoff (John Melancamp/John Fogerty), Rami Jaffee (Foo Fighters/Wallflowers), Doug Pettibone (Lucinda Williams/Mark Knopfler/John Mayer), John Payne (ASIA/Rock Vault), Carl Byron (Anne McCue/Michelle Shocked), Mike Fratantuno (Black Eyed Peas/Gossip Girl), Gary Morse (Brooks & Dunn/Dierks Bentley), Dave Raven (Mike Ness/Keith Richards), Ted Russell Kamp (Shooter Jennings), Taras Prodaniuk (Merle Haggard/Richard Thompson), Claire Holley, LP, Nicole Gordon, Haroula Rose, Gia Ciambotti (Bruce Springsteen), all four members of Stonehoney and many more!!!

Davey Julson-Rieley (Elvis Costello/Bill Corgan/Skillet), and Eric Corne (Walter Trout/Tim Easton) Co-produced and engineered and Julson-Rieley mixed. Lucky No. 7 was mastered for digital by Richard Dodd (Traveling Wilburys/Tom Petty/George Harrison/Dixie Chicks) and mastered for vinyl by Ron McMaster (Robert Plant/Alison Kraus/Beach Boys/Tom Waits) at Capitol Records.

Lucky No. 7's first single "Here We Go" has already had a lot of Top 40 and Hot AC radio play throughout the U.S. and "Think of The Good Times" has been included on the successful compilation album Songs For Sandy Hook with 100% of all proceeds going to the Danbury Hospital in Connecticut.

Wulfers' four previous Solo releases have received significant radio and TV airplay. He has been featured on CNN, CNN Europe, WGN, ABC, ABC World News, FOX as well as in ESPN the Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, the LA Times, the NY Times and covered by hundreds of other radio/TV/pring/media outlets.

With the upcoming release of Lucky No. 7, look for Ted Solo Acoustic or Ted Wulfers Band tour dates coming to a city near you in the US, Canada, Europe, South America, Australia, New Zealand and More!!!

For more information on Ted Wulfers, visit www.TedWulfers.com, www.Facebook.com/TedWulfers or www.Twitter.com/TedWulfers


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Mel

Brings back the sound of the good ol' rock n roll
Like the title says, this album (or rather, all his music) brings back the true blue, real rock n roll sound of the past that we many of us love. Each song has its own unique sound and flow. Listen to it once and you are hooked. Ted brings back the good ol' stuff to today's age. I highly recommend his music.

Jeff

Ted Wulfers' Lucky No. 7
Ted’s best work so far. The production is spectacular, the musicianship is accomplished and the songs are catchy. Lucky No. 7 is old school rock n’ roll at its finest. Great song structures with melodies, choruses, and hooks galore.

If you are new to Ted and just want a taste, download my favorites and crank them up: Friday Night High & Jade In My Pocket, but the entire album is fun and you’re sure to like a lot of the other songs too.

As far as comparisons, the album sounds closest to Bruce Springsteen circa 1984/1992 or 2000’s Foo Fighters.