Beatie Wolfe's Story So Far...
Beatie Wolfe has been hailed as the definition of a 21st century artist with a truly classic sound, described as “Brilliant” by GQ, “Beautiful” by Monocle and “Profound” by The Times. Beatie's career has taken her from being the artist who pioneered the "World's First" 3D Interactive Album App for her album 8ight - which led to a world tour with Apple - to Official British Ambassador for Creativity & Innovation (Britain is GREAT). While also being PopJam's star musician channel with an audience of half a million kids to Musical Director of a "ground-breaking" (The Independent) new research project looking at the Power of Music for people living with dementia. Beatie's musical mentor is 9-time Grammy Award winner Wynton Marsalis
Beatie's shows range from venues like Ronnie Scott's, Jazz Café & 606 Club to the Roundhouse, Marquee and Groucho Club, a residency with Punchdrunk in NYC to festivals like Secret Garden Party in the UK and Wassaic in the US. Beatie has been invited to present at CeBIT, WIRED's Creative Salon, Royal Institution, Digital Shoreditch & DLD
Beatie Wolfe's Music
Beatie Wolfe writes & performs all her own music. Wolfe's "Pack" consists of renowned bassist Yaron Stavi (of Nigel Kennedy) and star drummer Adam Hayes and her musical mentor is Wynton Marsalis. Beatie's début album 8ight and singles are available to own now via the links below. A selection is below to sample, grouped according to mood, genre and press reviews
"Optimistic" Evening Standard
"Fabulously Funky" Liverpool Echo
"Profound" The Times
Beatie's Début Album 8ight was released as
As a limited edition "12 LP vinyl
As a first edition, private print lyric book
& Digitally - Available NOW via...
The Power of Music & Dementia research tour ran for 4-months with the aim to objectively prove the power of music (in this case music not connected to memory) for people living with dementia. Beatie's music, which the residents of the care homes were hearing for the first time, sparked many meaningful connections & breakthrough moments - singing along, dancing, clapping and personal reflection - which are supported by data as documented by Spirit of Creation. The findings appear in three parts: documentary video (below), data & testimonials
8ight - World's First 3D Interactive Album App
Beatie Wolfe pioneered an entirely new format when she released her debut album as the "World's First" 3D Interactive Album App
GQ Magazine premièred the release across its magazine and iPad edition (watch the 3D App video). Impressed by this 3D innovation, Apple invited Beatie Wolfe to be the first artist to tour all of its global event theatres: New York, London, Berlin & Tokyo. Beatie's interviewers included: Spin's Editor-in-Chief Craig Marks in New York, GQ's Commissioning Editor Charlie Burton in London and De:Bug's Founder & Editor Sascha Kösch in Berlin
Beatie Wolfe Presents
Accomplished public speaker. Held keynote speeches at: CeBIT in Germany, WIRED's Creative Salon, Chevening House, Hamburg Aviation Conference, Digital Shoreditch, Royal Institution, DLD Summer (Germany) WATCH, with further dates to be announced
PopJam's star musician channel with an audience of half a million kids. Moshi Monsters creator Michael Acton Smith (already a fan of Beatie’s music) asked Beatie to launch the first official musician channel for his new social media world for kids called PopJam – a creative community app for kids which is all about creating and sharing in a friendly, fun space. To see Beatie in PopJam's TV adverts click the jumping image above
Patron. New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth has announced Beatie as its newest patron. As a Patron Beatie will be joining Twiggy, Timothy West, Sheila Hancock, Prunella Scales, Gioia Minghella and Paul Jones commit their time and support to this important cultural hub following its £4.5m renovation and reopening in Q4 2015
Project Overview ‘Kids Wish for the World’ is a re-recording of Beatie Wolfe's song ‘Wish,’ which features 10 children singing their own Wish for the World following a competition on Michael Acton Smith's (Moshi Monsters) breakthrough children’s social media platform PopJam. In two days, the competition received 20,000 responses. Beatie chose ten finalists to record their wishes as part of the single and star in the music video
Beatie Wolfe's Official Videos
"Wish" is a celebratory song about the collective wishes that unite us
"Never Ever" is an upbeat ukulele-led love song with bittersweet lyrics
"Make it Up" is a poetic ballad about having faith in times of darkness
"Lied" is a brooding song about the allure of deception in relationships
Further Wolfe Prints
Apple, BBC TV, BBC Radio, Best New Music, Bright Young Brits, BFF Magazine, Buckingham Examiner, cITV Scrambled, Craig Marks, Coventry Telegraph, Channel 4, De:Bug, Derby Telegraph, Burton Mail, Croydon Observer, East Village Radio, Bang Showbiz, Evening Standard, Fun Kids Radio, The List, Gentleman's Journal, GQ Magazine, GQ.com, Guardian, Get Bucks, Ham&High, Hackney Gazette, Ham&High.com, HillyDilly, Killing Moon, ITV, Liverpool Echo, The Londonist, Monocle, Monocle 24 - The Review, Monocle Radio - The Monocle Daily, Monocle Mediterraneo, Moshi Monsters TV, MTV News, Pinch Magazine, PopJam TV, Portsmouth's The News, Soho Radio London, Spin Magazine, Sugarscape, The Daily Star on Sunday, The Coolture, The Culturepreneur, The Independent, The Sun on Sunday, The Times, TV3, sTV, The Upcoming, Think Future, Time Out, Virgin, Visit London, Yahoo News, WIRED, Xpose...
Beatie Wolfe Live
Beatie returns to San Diego's picturesque 'Villa Jenkins House Concerts' on August 22nd, 19h30. Join us in the wonderful gardens of 14813 Old Creek Road, Scripps Ranch, to hear Beatie perform her last live concert before heading into the studio to record her second album out Oct '15.