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Not stuck in freeze frame

For Peter Wolf, fame was never the reason he loved making music

Peter Wolf and the J. Geils band Peter Wolf performing in the J. Geils Band last year at the opening night of the then-new House of Blues. Wolf has a new album, out today, titled "Midnight Souvenirs," his first in eight years. (Evan Richman/Globe Staff)
By James Reed
Globe Staff / April 6, 2010

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Shuffling through in his usual black hat and cashmere coat, he waves at the piano player at the Bristol Lounge inside the Four Seasons. He flashes a warm smile at the waitstaff and bartender and gets one in return just before someone stops him. (Full article: 1468 words)

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