Wolf Mail gehört zur Spitze einer neuen Generation von Blues-Gitarristen. Tageszeitungen aus England und Japan bezeichnen ihn als “The new Blues master of the Telecaster.”„Der Mann hat eine Stimme, dass man Gänsehaut bekommt!“ Die Kombination seines Gitarrenspiels und des Gesangs, gepaart mit dem kraftvollen Songwriting führten in Japan dazu, dass „Solid Ground“ immerhin länger als drei Wochen in den japanischen Top 10 Charts zu finden war.
Wolf Mail measures among the top of a new generation of blues guitarists. He’s a passionate and mesmerizing player, or, as Tony Jaggers puts it "Words simply cannot describe the intensity and clarity that comes out of this man's guitar”. Wolf has created a very clean, powerful and yet intense guitar style. "His playing is concentrated with no waste", the UK Gloucester times recalls. "Wringing emotions out of every note and making each one counts” Guitar Player Japan also declares “The new Blues master of the Telecaster.” As for Wolf’s voice, it is very distinctive and particularly suited to the blues, the Australian Southern star recalls "The man has a voice that will raise chicken skin down your back". Combining his guitar style and voice with highly crafted songwriting it is no surprise that his previous album “Solid Ground” spent three weeks in the top 10 Japanese best selling chart. Wolf's live performances are legendary, and as Ron Edmonds from Exclusive management puts it "You always get something out of a Wolf Mail show, if you don't relate to his songs you will sure relate to the intense passion he's got for them" The Memphis NPR called Mail “The missing link between Hendrix and Stevie Ray Vaughan, without ever losing his own inventiveness and personality.”