Wendy Alane Wright is a Pop/R&B/Jazz Singer, Writer and Producer. She has worked with Candy Dulfer, Johnny Lang, Tony Scott, Wayne Brady, Jeff Trachta, Philip Michael Thomas, Billie Myers, Linda De Mol, Big Logic, Deezer Dee, blues legend Solomon Burke and more. Wendy Alane Wright's 1st Solo Album “As I Am” was released January 2007.
Wright was born in Buffalo, New York and raised in Connecticut, where she grew up listening to singers like Michael McDonald, Barry White and Neil Diamond. At age 9, she began playing the clarinet in the marching band, taught herself the flute, and acted in the school theatre. By age 16, she was performing professionally with the award winning community theatre, the Alliance Theatre” in plays “Diary Of Anne Frank,” “Member Of The Wedding,” and “You Can’t Take It With You, with productions that aired on public television. She also starred in a local crime investigation television program called Crime Stoppers.
At 23, this bi-racial beauty moved to Los Angeles and then to Amsterdam, where she began a collaboration with Dutch record producer Rene van Verseveld and group Def La Desh which resulted in several pop and club hits, including the 1992 single Feel The Rhythm” which enjoyed rotation on VH1, BET and MTV and reached #20 in the Nederlands top 40. Their debut album Two Timin was a combination of hip hop/pop and newjack swing with Let's Get Together to House sounds on Tear It Up and a jazzy feel with Swing That Body.