Gerald Wolfe announces solo project
In Greater Vision’s most recent email newsletter, Gerald Wolfe announced his first solo vocal project in years. It will include Wolfe’s most-requested songs, including the 1986 version of “Land of the Living,” the 1992 version of “There is a River,” new renditions of “Champion of Love” and “Till the Storm Passes By,” and a song he describes as one “I’ve wanted to record for a long time,” “I Still Cling to the Old Rugged Cross.”
Until Now is set to be released this spring, and unless I’m mistaken will be Wolfe’s first vocal solo project in nearly two decades. There’s no word yet on whether it will be a major-label or a table release, but either way, it could end up being one of the most-anticipated recordings of the year.