Formed in 2004 by frontman Andrew Stockdale, Australia’s Wolfmother is a hard rock band with classic rock roots.
∙ Their 2005 self-titled debut earned its RIAA Gold and 5-times ARIA Platinum Certifications in under two years.
∙ “Woman,” their hit single from Wolfmother, made it to No. 7 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock chart and won a Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance in 2007.
∙ Nominated for 10 ARIA Music Awards, the band won three in 2006: Best Rock Album, Best Group, and Breakthrough Album (Wolfmother).
∙ Making his solo debut on Slash’s self-titled LP in 2009, Stockdale released two albums, including Keep Moving, which peaked at No. 32 on the ARIA Australian Albums chart.
∙ In 2014, without a label or any kind of promotion, Wolfmother unexpectedly dropped their third release, New Crown, which cracked the US Billboard 200.
∙ Stockdale was chosen to perform “Joker and the Thief,” alongside the Queensland Symphony Orchestra, at Australia’s legendary AFL Grand Final in 2020.
ORIGINSydney, New South Wales, Australi