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Wendy Joy Ford

Goonellabah, NSW, Australia

(Near Byron Bay)





Friends: become fans! If you like what you hear on my demo page or on Reverbnation, you may become a fan on my music Facebook page or my Reverbnation page. Alternatively, to join my mailing list, leave a message with your email here to receive gig updates and occasional free downloads with my thanks!

You could be forgiven for thinking that Wendy Ford is the original “Westchester Classic.” It was at this country club in New York State where she debuted before a packed house, aged seven. Faking her finest English accent, she sang The Perfect Nanny from Mary Poppins.


Since then, she has found a perfect way to bring smiles to a sea of faces with her warmth and humour as well as her rich vocals, and like her namesake from another classic, Peter Pan, she believes in a Never Never Land where dreams never grow old – and often expresses her idealism in song.


Wendy grew up singing in high school rock bands. She received some classical vocal training at Cornell University and appeared at Carnegie Hall, but was not a music major. Ever the rebel, Wendy fuelled the steady flicker of her own musical flame by fanning it in others, finding ways to showcase their talents, despite a frequent lack of support from their families.


Since kicking off her music career by winning an international country talent quest in Australia, Wendy relocated down under, appearing at Tamworth Country Festivals, Toyota Fishing Expos and venues all over Australia. In 2006 she returned to her native US to sing in Florida, earning a Florida Star award in 2010. She returned to Australia in 2012, but she remains a dual citizen and frequently visits the US.


Wendy released a debut band album, Eat This and Smile, but then took time out from her music to raise a family, opting instead to help nurture community talent through a radio show and promotion of local bands through a CD series. These pursuits kept her finger on the pulse of the music scene while she revelled in her role as parent and music teacher.


After receiving praise for working with trauma victims, intellectually challenged teens and the elderly, the healing power of music inspired Wendy to renew her commitment to share her gift.


Though Wendy’s voice has been compared to Joni Mitchell and Eva Cassidy with a touch of soul, she still receives the most gratification by bringing a smile to her listeners. Her songs, a melodic blend of country, Southern-rock and gospel-tinged blues, are provocative and inspiring, or sometimes just a foot-stomping good time.


You’ll be hearing more from Wendy as she is releasing tracks in the US and overseas on Diamondback and TSP Records, to name a couple. Oh, and she won’t have time to be a Perfect Nanny…she’ll be far too busy rockin’.



Some of Wendy’s Recent Credits:


  • Her fun-loving song I Like to Drive is the first of many that will be available through most online stockists and Reverbnation. Become a fan and keep checking her Reverbnation page for new releases!


  • Rotation airplay on Netherlands Radio Peelstar CountryClub 94.0 and airplay on multiple stations across the US through Triplestrand Productions.


  • Acclaimed performer at the Nevada Burning Man Festival and Lismore NSW Aquarian Festivals, both in 2013.


  • Writer – Member, Australasian Performing Rights Association.


4 Responses to Bio

  • Bob Chubboy says:

    Dear Ms. Wendy,

    This is Bob Chubboy,… the residents at Rosewood keep asking about you. I hope that you are doing well. If this email gets through to you, please respond

    Bob Chubboy

    I look forward to hearing from you

  • Keith Weaver says:

    Wendy, I saw you perform on Sunday, Sept 1, 2013 in Center Camp at Burning Man. I was having a hard day, and your beautiful voice touched me deeply. Thank you for sharing your gift!

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