WOLF Guitarist/Vocalist OLSSON Gets 'Evil'

WOLF guitarist/vocalist Nick Olsson is playing the part of the "evil" priest Hanias in the musical "Jesus Christ Superstar" this fall, according to a posting on the group's web site. A photo of Olsson "all dressed up for mayhem" can be viewed at this location.

"The show is going really well, with sold-out nights and great reviews," the posting continues. "So that's cool. Apparently Nick is doing a wonderful job at being evil. We always knew he had talent.

"This means that the WOLF camp is slow at the moment, but we will start writing new material (can't wait!) after New Year's, and we will also do a whole bunch of shows. More on this matter in January."

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