Winter Wolf Pack Tour Kicks Off In Vancouver
Rolla Olak grew up in Qualicum Beach, a small island town off the coast of Western Canada. Leaving home early on to pursue a career in music, Rolla moved to Toronto to play guitar in a pop-rock group. Extensive touring throughout North America and Japan followed. Returning to Canada, Rolla began exploring the studio and songwriting which led to the recording of his self-titled debut album.
Upon moving back to the West Coast, Rolla transformed a shed in his backyard into a recording studio where he recorded “WESTERN HEART”, his 2nd solo album. In the quiet confines of the “Tone Shed”, the band played live as Rolla was inspired by great singer-songwriters such as Dylan, Petty, Young. The completed album features eight pop-rock songs including a duet with Canadian pop-songstress Louise Burns.