T-Bone Wolk Dies From Heart Attack!


Bass player Tom T-Bone Wolk, best known for his work with Hall and Oates, died Saturday from a heart attack at age 58. T-Bone Wolk was a regular in the Saturday Night Live band and has worked with Billy Joel, Carly Simon, Bette Midler, Laurie Anderson, Robert Palmer, Elvis Costello and Shawn Colvin over the years.

Australians familiar with jimmy Barnes ‘Freight Train heart’ album still hear his work on radio. As a producer, Wolk produced the 1991 Willie Nile album ‘Places I Have Never Been’.

More recently, Wolk was seen online as the bass player in Daryl Hall’s ‘Live From Daryl’s House’ show. Full Story at Undercover

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  richard wrote @

T-Bone also did some work with Ringo Starr.
“Live From Daryl’s House” is pretty cool.


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