Todd Stewart Wolfe (born January 22, 1957, Queens, New York) is an American blues rock guitarist and singer-songwriter.
During a professional career that has spanned three decades, Wolfe has had numerous album releases with his own band in the blues and rock genre. He has also worked as the lead guitarist for Carla Olson from 1991 to 1993 and for Sheryl Crow from 1993 to 1998.
As a writer, Wolfe’s songs have been covered by Faith Hill, Stevie Nicks, Deborah Coleman, and others.
Since departing Sheryl Crow’s band, Wolfe has been gaining popularity as a solo artist and guitarist in North America and Europe—especially in Germany—where he and his band have toured extensively since 2001.