June 14th, 2023 6:30pm Stage 2
Nat & Alex Wolff
Nat and Alex Wolff are brothers, actors, and Billboard-charting musicians. Following their individual success as actors, the duo branched off as Nat & Alex Wolff in 2009. They released their first solo studio album, called “Black Sheep,” in 2011, and have gone on to release multiple singles throughout the years, the most recent being “All Over You.” The song followed the success of their previous single “Glue,” which was released in August 2020, as well as past hits “Cool Kids” and “Note” in 2019. Upcoming, they are set to release their newest album "Table for Two" on June 15, 2023.
The brothers have collaborated on music for many of their film’s soundtracks, including the Polly Draper-directed film STELLA’S LAST WEEKEND and Paramount’s COMING THROUGH THE RYE. They also wrote the original song “Look Outside,” which is on the soundtrack of 20thCentury Fox’s coming-of-age film PAPER TOWNS, in which Nat also starred.
The duo gained overnight recognition in 2005 after starring in, composing, and performing the music for the musical-comedy film THE NAKED BROTHERS BAND: THE MOVIE. It garnered the Audience Award for “Family Feature Film” at The Hamptons International Film Festival, and following the success of its release, Nickelodeon piloted the spin-off television series “The Naked Brothers Band” (2007-2009). The Wolff brothers wrote & recorded the show’s two soundtrack albums, and their single “Crazy Car” reached #23 on the Top 200 Billboard Charts.
In addition to being successful musicians, the brothers have established themselves as two of the most sought-after young talents in Hollywood. Alex’s most recent credits include: M. Night Shyamalan's OLD; Neon’s PIG; drama-horror HEREDITARY; indie drama-comedy THE HOUSE OF TOMORROW; blockbuster hit JUMANJI. He also directed, wrote, and starred in drama THE CAT & THE MOON, which marked his directorial debut. Nat can be seen in Amazon’s THE CONSULTANT; Peacock’s JOE VS. CAROLE; CBS All Access’ THE STAND; military action film THE KILL TEAM; and Gia Coppola’s drama MAINSTREAM, among others.