Todd Wolf, born and raised in Chicago, got his first drum set when he was 3 years old and has not stopped playing since.
Todd Wolf studied music at Depaul University in Chicago and started working professionally as a drummer at age 17. He has done recording sessions, record dates, 100s of jingles, and movie sound tracks.
Todd Wolf went on tour with "Sugar Blue", Harmonica player for the Rolling stones. It was Todd’s first real touring gig, which brought him to Japan, Brazil and all over Europe.
Todd Wolf moved to Los Angeles in 2000, seeking new opportunities and challenges and earned a reputation as a jazz drummer. He ended up getting to play with a lot of people that he listened to while growing up.
After a while, Todd Wolf started to get a reputation as a rock drummer as well, and played in several rock bands.
Todd met Jon Nichols and Tom Lilly when they were playing cover tunes at a race track in Pasadena, California. They played in between the horse races and had a great time.
About a year later Jon Nichols called Wolf up, asking to play a gig with Beth Hart in L.A. The gig eventually led to being asked to join the band as their steady drummer.