Our editorial content is not influenced by any commissions we receive. It's a Friday night and it seems like every teen girl in the Tri-State area is lined up outside of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe. One girl, no older than 17, recalls her first concert: All Time Low. This same girl would later ask her friends, "Do you know the reference of my Instagram username? It's a Nirvana song. At this point, anyone over the age of 21 would reevaluate why they're currently waiting around with a bunch of fangirls.
Discovery: Nat and Alex Wolff - Interview Magazine
It sort of prepared me for this business, which is a lot of ups and downs and it just trained me to focus on the work. By the end of high school, I started doing films and playing in a band with Alex. I think I had that advantage and I had the time to learn the craft of acting. Developing as an actor and musician was necessary. I got to go meet with the guy I really played.
Even so, a gaggle of about 35 teenage girls has already formed a line outside. But along with their ongoing musical career, the Wolff brothers are both gaining momentum as dramatic actors. Even so, fans crowd around hoping to get a glimpse of the brothers as they emerge. Which makes us wonder: What are these tweens going to think when they see Palo Alto? Before the brothers took the stage, they sat down with Interview to talk their ongoing musical collaboration, future films, and a fleeting encounter with Jared Leto.
Born to actor director screenwriter Polly Draper and jazz pianist and composer Michael Wolff, the talented duo has released two studio albums as The Naked Brothers Band to wide acclaim. The Wolff brothers are in town to play a show at The Note in West Chester, PA on Tuesday evening February 22nd, and we had some questions for them before they hit the stage. Tell us about the experience of working on the show. Wolff Brothers: It was a great experience. We became better actors and musicians because of the show.