Wendi Hunter’s voice is filled with the pure joy of music and singing. Clear, lyrical and expressive, every phrase holds a story on its own. Her soft, steady guitar style, and occasionally her banjo or mountain dulcimer provide a happy blend of voice and instrument suited to the ballads, love songs, gospel and spiritual songs that fill her repertoire.
Wendi performs regularly in and around Halton Hills as part of folk bands and as a solo performer. Her favourite performing event is the annual “Songs for Hope” concert organized by her family to raise funds for research into childhood cancer.
Her first song, which was short-listed by judges at the OCFF Songs from the Heart contest, is a lament about the long journey back to her late daughter.
Wendi is very happy to announce that she will be playing at Uncorked On Main in Georgetown on February 4 at 6:30. She will be opening the show by playing the first set on her own. For the second and third set she will be joined by Neil Sharp (guitar and vocals), Mac Hunter (bass extraordinaire, vocals and percussion) and Hugh Hunter (on the old 5 string). Their repertoire ranges from sing along covers to Wendi’s originals.
So, come out for a mid-week dinner that will be accompanied by a night of great music and good friends. You’ll be glad you did . . .