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Ho-Ho-Kus- N.J.



Lauf um Dein Leben

with Uwe Ochsenknecht, Max Riemelt, Ingo Naujoks etc
Composition and production of “Freeway”


Pampa Blues

with Joachim Krol, Paula Beer, Sven Gielnik etc
Title song and film score by Ralf Wienrich and Titus Wolfe

Title song „Walking Up The Road“ (nominated for German Film Musik Award, category „Best Song“).

Appearance of „Wild Wild World“ from album „Ho-Ho-Kus N.J.“


Ich bin dann mal weg

with Devid Striesow, Martina Gedeck etc
Guitar on several songs

So auf Erden

with Edgar Selge, Jannis Niewöhner etc
Appearance of „A Trip Nowhere“ from „Ho-Ho-Kus N.J.“


Die Kinder Uni

Der Hörverlag, composition and music production


König der Könige

Eichborn Verlag, composition and music production

German Audiobook Award


Das Universum in der Nussschale

Verlag Hoffmann und Campe,  composition and music production



The singer and guitarist Titus Wolfe has been active in the German and international music scene since the 1980s. In the musical tradition of folk and blues musicians of the 70s, he convinces with soulful singing and authentic guitar playing.

Titus Wolfe, son of a US soldier and a German pianist and singer, grew up in Frankfurt am Main. He started playing the guitar at the age of 10 and had his first show with a band at a local talent competition when he was just 11.

 In the early 1980s, Titus started to gain attention as an electric guitarist and singer in the Frankfurt Club scene. As a result, he toured with bands of various genres throughout Germany. In the mid-1980s, he also began his studio work as a guitarist and was involved in several productions.

After having toured with different bands for more than 10 years he built his own recording studio in the mid-1990s. In the following years, Titus Wolfe composed and produced music for audio books, films, TV and radio in his own recording studio. He kept recording his own songs and cover versions and presented them on occasional performances. In 2005 he moved to Berlin. A while later a friend of Titus, who had worked with the legendary singer Willy DeVille, heard Titus’ version of the classic “Heaven Stood Still”. Enthusiastic about the intensity of this recording, he immediately contacted David J. Keyes, the longtime bassist of Willy DeVille, and sent him the material. Soon after that an intense exchange of the two musicians began. David J. Keyes brought his old companions of the Mink DeVille band Kenny Margolis and Boris Kinberg on board. He also organized the recording studio of music producer Tom Merlynn in Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey. The result was Titus’ solo album “Ho-Ho-Kus N.J.” which was released in 2015.

A show with Titus Wolfe and his guitar is an absolute must-see for all friends of handmade music, whether blues, folk, country or singer-songwriter ballads. Atmospheric, sometimes unusual arrangements, performed with a voice, in which a lot of valuable 70s feeling resonates.

Currently Titus Wolfe is working on a new album. More details will be available soon.