Michelle Wolf born in Los Angeles began singing professionally as a child. She auditioned for the renowned youth performing group “Kids of the Century” where she became the lead vocalist and traveled around the United States performing and competing in various musical festivals which included a performance for the then president of the United States, Bill Clinton and his guests Barbara Streisand and Dionne Warwick.
Throughout her studies and graduation from University of California at Los Angeles, she continued to sing live in clubs as well as singing studio sessions with various performers including, The Eagles, and record producer and writer, John Farrar. As a guest vocalist she sang with music legend, Cliff Richard at the Royal Albert Hall in London for an unprecedented 32 sold out shows and then joined him on his subsequent “Real As I Wanna Be” tour in Europe.
She also sang with and has written songs for and performed on the albums of N’Sync, James Ingram, Oleta Adams, Zucchero, Steve Lukather of Toto, BB King, Jennifer Paige, Vincenzo LaScola, Bill Champlin of Chicago, Johnny Sutherland of B3, Sergio Mendes, Leo Sayer, Sophie B. Hawkins and The Scorpions.
She has written songs for European films and television such as “To Err Is Male,” “Widows,” “The Cellist” and “Nutcracker and Mouse King.” She also co-wrote and sang the title track to “Kommissar Rex” which airs in 137 countries around the world and sang the television jingle for the Saturday morning “ABC Kids Show.” She also is fluent in German, and can sing in German, Italian, Spanish and Latin.
Michelle was asked to join the re-banding of Rufus by original Rufus bass player, Bobby Watson at the helm, along with John JR Robinson and a stellar line up for multiple dates.
Recently she was also the voice for the commercials “Downey Angel,” “Debit Mastercard,” “Big Brothers” and “Vicks Dayquil” as well as being the opening act for this year's Malibu Guitar Festival.
With a home base of Malibu, she tours Europe singing and playing music and continues to sing, write and record for American and European projects.