NMM: Sam Woolf

This week’s featured artist is a good one.

Sam Woolf is a folk/pop singer-songwriter that has really made a name for himself in the industry. Woolf, a finalist on American Idol in 2014, has garnered millions of views on YouTube, co-headlined with the Doobie Brothers and recorded an EP with a Grammy Award-winning producer (that hit No. 9 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart) – all by the age of 20.

According to his bio, Woolf taught himself how to play guitar and his father, Scott, introduced him to the acoustic/folk/rock genre while his grandfather sent him for singing lessons. Woolf began performing at local gigs during high school and attended a summer program for high schoolers at Berklee College of Music, where he was one of only a few to perform in a “showcase” and be referred to audition for American Idol.

The rest, as they say, is history as Woolf became a finalist on Idol and has since been hard at work on original music, including the aforementioned EP and a new original song. That song is called “Stop Thinking About It” and is being featured here today. The new tune has a very infectious beat and a cool message behind it. This one will definitely be on repeat.

Check out “Stop Thinking About It” below and make sure to go download it!

2 responses to “NMM: Sam Woolf”

  1. Thanks for the positive blog about our Mr. Wonderful! Sam's musical journey has been pretty cool since his time on AI…to think that it's only been two years and he's got an EP out ("Pretend") and a new single! We love and support him every step of the way! Love #stopthinkingaboutit – great vocals, beat and message! Expect more terrific music from Sam Woolf! All of us at https://www.facebook.com/Woolfpack-Grandmas-579596212159423/ send our best regards!!


  2. Thanks! Love Sam's voice, it's magical. Beautiful original and vid! Very talented artist. Looking forward to his new EPhttps://itun.es/us/R2OAeb


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