In love with music & lyrics, Wendy Lane Bailey has a powerful classic pop voice (think Ronstadt crossed with Adele with a bit of Patsy Cline thrown in for good measure), and a rather cavalier attitude towards the idea of “genre”. Fusing elements of pop, jazz, country, folk, and musical theatre into a sound that is lush and romantic yet thoroughly contemporary, she makes the old sound new, and the new sound timeless. She firmly believes that a great song never really goes out of style, but can be reinterpreted to reflect changing times.
Able to sing before she could talk, Wendy Lane grew up listening to everything from the early rock and roll of the fifties and sixties (not many six year olds can dance the twist and correctly identify Ricky Nelson), Broadway Cast Albums, movie sound tracks, and classical music.

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