White Wolf Band
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White Wolf Band

White Wolf is a Canadian heavy metal band from Edmonton, Alberta, led by Don Wolf.[1]


White Wolf originally formed in 1975 under the name Slamm, then changed to Warrior before settling on White Wolf.[2] The group played locally for several years before landing a recording contract with RCA Records; their debut album, Standing Alone,[3] was issued on the label in 1984. The band toured in Canada, the United States, Europe and Japan in support of the album.[4]

A second album, Endangered Species, was released in 1986.[1] The album included one song which was made into a music video: "She".

The group disbanded shortly after completing the album,[5] but released a third album with new material, Victim Of The Spotlight, in 2007.[4][6] They came together again for a tour of Germany that year; a concert from this tour was recorded live and released in 2008 by Escape Music as WHITE WOLF Live in Germany.[7]

As of 2016, White Wolf continues to perform occasionally at local venues.


Current members:

  • Don Wolf (Wilk) - vocals, keyboards
  • Cam McLeod - lead guitar, vocals, record producer
  • Scott Webb - rhythm & lead guitar, backing vocals
  • Russel Berquist - bass, backing vocals
  • Brendan Ostrander - drums, backing vocals
  • David J Petovar - keyboards, backing vocals

Past members:

  • Rick Nelson - guitar
  • Loris Bolzon - drums
  • Les Schwartz - bass
  • Martin Kronlund - guitar
  • Richard Quist - bass, keyboards
  • Imre Daun - drums


  • Standing Alone (RCA, 1984), U.S. No. 162
  • Endangered Species (RCA, 1986), U.S. No. 137
  • Victim of the Spotlight (Escape Music, 2007)
  • Standing Alone/Endangered Species (2 disc digipack) (Escape Music, 2007)
  • Live in Germany (Escape Music, 2009)


  1. ^ a b Sean Kelly (2 September 2013). Metal on Ice: Tales from Canada's Hard Rock and Heavy Metal Heroes. Dundurn. pp. 19-. ISBN 978-1-4597-0710-8. 
  2. ^ Martin C. Strong, The Great Metal Discography. 2nd edition. MOJO, 2001, p. 603.
  3. ^ "White Wolf". The Canadian Encyclopedia. November 28, 2004
  4. ^ a b "White Wolf / Standing Alone & Endangered Species". Rock Times, 04.10.2007. Freier Mitarbeiter and Alexander Mathias
  5. ^ "WHITE WOLF - Standing Alone / Endangered Species (Re-Release)". Power Metal, 16.09.2007. Martin Stark
  6. ^ "WHITE WOLF: Victim Of The Spotlight". RockUnited, Review by Urban "Wally" Wallstrom, 10 July 2007
  7. ^ "WHITE WOLF Live in Germany Escape Music (2008)". Get Ready to Rock, Review by Neil Daniels

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