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Tim Wolfe, Jr.

TIM WOLFE, JR. keeps a busy schedule as a performer, recording artist, and educator based out of Philadelphia. Equally comfortable on double bass and electric bass, and fitting in any musical situation, from jazz to orchestral, theater to rock bands, Tim has played in a variety of settings and styles all along the Eastern seaboard and internationally. He holds a Master’s Degree in Jazz Studies from The University of the Arts and a Bachelor’s degree in music from Lebanon Valley College. In addition to keeping a busy performing schedule, he is an Adjunct Professor of Music at Lebanon Valley College. Working with students of all ages, Tim teaches workshops, clinics, and master classes at high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and New Jersey as well as keeping a busy private teaching studio. As a bandleader and composer he self-produced and independently released his debut CD, Topics of Conversation, in 2014. A new album with his brother, guitarist Matt Wolfe, titled DUETS, VOL. 1 is out now.


Romanian Flatback (Shank's Strings shop bass)


About TOPICS OF CONVERSATION: “From the first track to the last, the listener is taken upon a compelling journey.” – Kill All Music

“Bassist Tim Wolfe also delivers some memorable solo work, and reminds us why the upright bass will never be replaced completely by electric bass guitars.” – BroadwayWorld.com

Primary Instrument




Willing to teach

Beginner to advanced


Tim Wolfe, Jr. earned his master’s degree in jazz studies from The University of the Arts. As adjunct professor of music at Lebanon Valley College, he teaches double bass, bass guitar, jazz improvisation, and directs small-group jazz combos. Working with students of all ages, Tim also teaches workshops, clinics, and master classes at high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools in Pennsylvania and Maryland, as well as keeping a private teaching studio out of his Bucks County home. Lessons are available on upright bass, electric bass, improvisation, and music theory at all ability levels and all ages, from absolute beginners to high school students preparing for college auditions to adults

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Sonny Rollins
Ray Brown
bass, acoustic
John Coltrane
Dexter Gordon
saxophone, tenor
Paul Chambers
bass, acoustic
Larry Grenadier
bass, acoustic


Album Discography

Recordings: As Leader | As Sideperson

Duets, Vol. 1



Topics of Conversation

Self Produced


Donna's Blues

From: Topics of Conversation
By Tim Wolfe, Jr.


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