See also: Hoffmann
Wolf Hoffmann (born the December 10th 1959 with Mainz) is a guitarist of rock'n'roll and professional photograph of German origin. It is particularly known to have been the guitarist and type-setter of the German group of heavy metal Accept which it joined in 1976. He is married with the manager and parolière of the group, Gaby Hauke Hoffmann known also under the pseudonym of Deaffy.
Hoffmann is known at the same time for its fronts hookers and its Soli of extremely lyric guitars in which it privileged dynamism, melodicity and expressivity.
In addition to Heavy-metal and the rock'n'roll, Hoffmann is known for its passion for the classical music, Tchaikovsky being one of its preferred type-setters. It made many recoveries, initially within Accept: Slavic Walk (Tchaïkovski), the Letter with Elects (Beethoven), the Dance of the saber (Khatchatourian), Pomp and Circumstance (Elgar), and into live: the topic of the destiny of Carmen (Bizet), the hall of the king of the mountain (Grieg) and the Bolero (Ravel), then in solo with the album Classical (2000) reinterpreting these topics with others quite as famous in version rock'n'roll and blues.
He also at this same time interpreted a solo of guitar for the album solo of Sebastian Bach. He lately renewed his collaboration with this last for a series of shows.
During the last decade, he is expatriate with the the United States with Nashville where he lived as a professional photograph, in particular in the field of the visual communication. He is since income to live in Germany.
PhotographsIts interest for photography came to him during the rounds from Accept. It started as an amateur, taking photographs of the various places which the group was brought to visit for their concerts. After the first separation of the group, it was invested more in-depth and started to learn the strings from the trade as an assistant photographer. And it was tested with artistic photography, in particular the photograph of landscapes.
During the reformation of Accept, some of its photographs were used as cover with the albums of Accept (the albums Objection Overruled and Predator ). It is only with the second separation of the group that it launched out as a professional photograph, working mainly in publicity and occasionally for musicians.
- History of Wolf Hoffmann & Accept
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