|Featuring ex-Detours drummer, John Clinton, The Wolverines are "likeable rogues" and seasoned performers who have combined to produce an act that is uniquely visual, extremely musical and totally entertaining. Their first two albums "GONNA RIDE ALL NIGHT LONG" and "FEEL THE NEED TO RIDE" were both recorded in Nashville Tennessee, and are still selling well on the ABC Music Label. These of course have been followed up with another four albums and a long-awaited DVD.
A Wolverines show is truly an experience ..... their musical style is hard to define. Ardent supporters would say, it's simple ..... it's Wolverines Music, however others might say that Rock 'n' Country probably comes closest, but they provide a range of music, from Kick-ass Texas Boogie through to soft, bluesy ballads - not to mention their treatment of some of the best-known retro-classics and the sometimes less-than-tactful alternatives to a few of the most revered Aussie classics. The Wolverines don't hide in a dressing room out the back stroking their egos and getting up dutch courage - NO WAY!! - when they are not actually on stage, they are meeting, greeting and getting to know their audience on an individual level ..... The Wolverines are renowned for their genuine friendliness.
Looks can be deceiving ..... originally branded "The Bad Boys of Country" (could that have been because of their 'feral corporate' style of dressing, or their inexperience on the electric shaver front, or was it their penchant for Harley-Davidson Motorbikes ??) These guys have proven themselves to be among the Music Industry's most generous and caring supporters of childrens' charities ..... and the kids love 'em.