“Wolf” Crescenze began playing bass with various bands in the DC area during the garage band era of the 60s,
most notably with Sassafras Tea. More recently, he has been seen onstage performing with Pinetop Perkins, Guitar Shorty, Zac
Harmon, Tab Benoit, The Nighthawks' Mark Wenner, Frederic Yonnet, Steve Guyger, Ruby Hayes, Bret Littlehales, Memphis Gold,
Daryl Davis, Linwood Taylor, Steve "Baby Jake" Jacobs, Robert Frahm, Nadine Rae, Clarence “The Bluesman”
Turner, Rusty Bogart, Matt Kelley, Tom Maxwell, Lisa Lim, Wave Milor, Mike Westcott, Andy Poxon, Paul Pfau, Zach Sweeney,
The Skyla Burrell Band, Hot Rods & Old Gas, The Idle Americans, ACME Blues Company, One Bad Jack and DrMove. Presently,
besides gigging with his regular projects, Big Boy Little Band and Over the Limit, he hosts numerous
blues jams in the Northern Virginia, DC and Southern Maryland areas with his jam band, "Still Standing".
Besides music, over the years, Wolf’s interests include building, painting and driving street rods
and custom motorcycles. He is also considered one of the top carousel restoration artists in the country, having restored
over 400 figures. www.carouselrestorations.com He has a large Coca-Cola and country store memorabilia collection, as well as an ever-growing collection of left-handed
Fender basses. Stay tuned here for pictures of various collections.