(NASHVILLE, TN) – Wendy Moten is used to backing the greats – the Memphis born singer has worked with everyone from Michael Bolton to Buddy Guy, and she’s a featured vocalist on the recently released LP Good Road to Follow by multi-platinum selling, award-winning artist John Oates – and while she’ll be doing more of that this year, it’s all building up to Wendy taking center stage.
She lends her voice to “Remember,” the anti-bullying anthem. Out later this spring, the track will aim to boost awareness of this critical issue and also features the talents of Kris Thomas and Karina Iglesias (NBC’s The Voice). Read more about “Remember” here.
She’s going country. Wendy will join country power couple Faith Hill and Tim McGraw for shows in Las Vegas on April 11 and 12. But that’s not all – country can’t get enough of Wendy, and she’ll hit the road with Martina McBride this summer. As Martina tours the U.S. from Kansas to Massachusetts, Wendy will be with her. You can see all of Martina’s upcoming tour dates here.
And it’s all leading up to new music. Woodward Avenue Records will release Timeless: Wendy Moten Sings Richard Whiting on May 27. Produced by two-time GRAMMY® winner Paul Brown, Timeless puts Wendy back in the spotlight, and the buzz is already growing for Wendy to be in the GRAMMY® mix for Jazz Album of the Year. She’ll celebrate the release in her hometown of Memphis with an exclusive listening party event in June, so stay tuned to WendyMoten.com for details.