Lenny Wolf

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Lenny Wolf
Birth name Frank Wollschlager[better source needed]
Born March 11, 1962
Genres Glam metal, heavy metal
Occupation(s) Musician
Instruments Vocals, guitar, bass guitar
Associated acts Stone Fury
Kingdom Come

Lenny Wolf (born March 11, 1962) is a singer songwriter and the frontman for the band Kingdom Come. In addition to songwriting and lead vocals, he played multiple instruments on various Kingdom Come albums. He also collaborated on the song "Eyes of Time", from The Final Experiment, the debut album by Arjen Anthony Lucassen's project Ayreon. He was also a member of the bands Germany in 1982 featuring Dieter Buttner, Andreas Daniels, Miroslav Supica, and the band Stone Fury between 1984 and 1986 featuring Bruce Gowdy, Rick Wilson Jody Cortez and Vinnie Colaiuta.

Early Years[edit]

Prior to forming the successful Kingdom Come, Lenny had moved from Germany to Los Angeles in 1983 signing with MCA Records with a band called Stone Fury. Along with Bruce Gowdy Stone Fury released two critically acclaimed records in 1984 and 1986, but struggled to attract mainstream attention.

Kingdom Come[edit]

In 1988, Lenny signed a new deal with Polygram and per their request, was asked to put a new band together. It consisted of: lead guitarist Danny Stag, rhythm guitar Rick Steier, bassist Johnny B. Frank, and drummer James Kottak. The band saw immediate success with the release of their eponymous debut album Kingdom Come. Shooting to number 12 on the Billboard 200 and reaching sales at approximately 2 million worldwide. The band was also chosen to participate in the Monsters of Rock Tour 1988.


Also featured on the song Jackpot from the album Unter der Sonne from Chakuza.

He also recorded tracks with guitarist Blues Saraceno in the Kingdom Come album Hands of Time.

Almost all the instruments on his latest albums, including the 2006 Ain't Crying for the Moon released on UlfTone Music are played by Lenny Wolf.

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