Honeysuckle and molasses, everything southern in a pint sized package. Her musical journey started in childhood, at home and in her hometown church in Lexington, Mississippi. Her music library puts Etta James and Elvis Presley along side Dolly Parton and Merle Haggard. But she brings the delta to the doghouse with her recently acquired love of bluegrass music.
Mississippi and Tennessee meet in the middle with the sound of her voice. Wendy has been on stages in the United States, the Bahamas and Mexico as a singer, and as a participant in the Miss Mississippi contest in 1998. She has shared the stage with Jack Green, Jeannie C. Riley, Guy Clark, Tyler Hilton, Johnny Moore, Conrad Pierce and many others. Recently, the Ciderville Farm and Home Show has fanned the flames of her artistry yet again. The stalwart figures of the old Knoxville country music scene have taken her into the fold as one of their own, placing her into the homes of local media viewers weekly. Artistically and interpersonally transparent, Wendy's songwriting clear as a bell.