As we gear up to send 2016 straight to hell (where it belongs), the Boston Herald helps ease the hurt: We got two shouts in the December 9th edition from man about town Jed Gottleib, first in the Boston Music Awards 2016 coverage and second all by it's lonesome. Here's the juicy bits:
Since forming in 2014, Salem Wolves have notched impressive local successes. Last December, Converse Rubber Tracks studio invited the band to record singles “Peach” and “Shameless.” In the spring, the group became a semifinalist at the Rock & Roll Rumble and played the Boston Calling Block Party. This fall, they got a nod for new artist of the year at the Boston Music Awards.
2017 is fast coming, and we have big plans. In the meantime, we're at Great Scott tonight with Cask Mouse, Diablogato and Nick the Barbarian. See ya at the show.