Gerald Wolfe

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Gerald Wolfe
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Wolfe in 2016
Background information
Genres Christian
Instruments Piano, Drums, Hammond B-3 Organ
Years active 1985 (1985) - Present (Present)
Associated acts Cathedral Quartet
Greater Vision
Dumpling Valley Boys

Gerald Wolfe (born 1963) was the pianist for the Cathedral Quartet from 1986 through 1988. After performing solo for two years, he formed Greater Vision with his former Cathedral member, baritone Mark Trammell and tenor Chris Allman in 1990. Wolfe sings lead with the trio. Before the Cathedrals, he performed with the Dumplin Valley Boys from 1981 to 1986.

Wolfe has been named Favorite Male Singer named by Singing News seven times. In 2008, he was nominated for a Dove Award for Male Vocalist of the Year at the 39th GMA Dove Awards.[1]

Career history[edit]

  • 1981–1986 The Dumplin Valley Boys
  • 1986–1988 The Cathedral Quartet
  • 1988–1990 Solo
  • 1990–present Greater Vision


Album My Kind of Christmas 2002. Track list:

  1. Carol Medley Public Domain
  2. The Birthday of a King
  3. O Holy Night Adolphe Adam / John Sullivan Dwight
  4. We Three Kings John Henry Hopkins, Jr.
  5. Away in a Manger Traditional
  6. Joy to the World Lowell Mason / Isaac Watts
  7. Silent Night Franz Gruber / Joseph Mohr
  8. The First Noel William Sandys
  9. Go Tell It on the Mountain John W. Work II / Traditional
  10. There's Something About That Name Bill Gaither / Gloria Gaither