New Music Video for “Dirty Things” Premiered by Engine 145! Watch it Here!
Coca-Cola is currently airing an ad featuring a song written & performed by Wendy. Look for a commercial with a red balloon floating up alongside a building with families vignettes in the windows. Listen for the uke. . . and Wendy’s voice. . and that’s the one! Watch Here!
Wendy was recently featured on NPR’s Beale Street Caravan- Listen to the live performance Here. “[Wendy sounds]. . . like if Linda Rondstat or Emmylou Harris had a soulful swampy side” – Beale Street Caravan
“Wendy Colonna puts us under her spell. . . the album is packed with beautiful and exciting songs.” - The Alternate Root
“On Nectar, the sweet honey of Colonna’s voice fills our cups with the enduring energy of her pure songwriting. She has blossomed as a songwriter, but it’s the unadulterated beauty of each song that moves us from one flower to the other on the album.” - No Depression
“Best Singer Songwriter in Austin TX” – Austin American Statesman
Thanks to Roots Publication, Engine 145 for the feature in the Friday Five!
Wendy was included in top 10 of Austin Music Awards in Four Categories in 2013. #2 in Best Female Vocalist #5 Musician of the Year #6 Album of the Year “Nectar” #4 Best Folk Act.
”. . .One of our favorite new artists . . . undoubtedly, the songwriting is superb and Wendy’s voice is warm and welcoming. There is not a bad song on ‘Nectar.’” -NineBullets
“The songs . . . are all pearls to discover. No flaws. Wendy’s voice sounds more seductive than ever: it winds its way through with a pronounced, elegant diversity . . .” - Rootstime Magazine (Full English Version HERE)
“soulful tunes of innocent sin . . . “Nectar” is a beautiful composition… it’s a collection of songs that has several lives to live” – Houston Music Review (Full Review Here)
“A soulful performer, Colonna digs deep for her words and sings them with the kind of swamp/soul conviction that draws listeners in and keeps them in.” - San Antonio Express News
“A sumptuous tour through swamps, smoky pool halls and empty church pews. . . a surprising album that manages to be both reverent and sexy.” – The Appetizer ( Full Review & Exclusive Interview HERE)
American Songwriter Magazine Premiered Wendy’s “Live & Intimate” Version of “Shelter & Be Kind.” Watch HERE.
Watch Live Interview & Performance of ”Bring Me Water” on Balcony TV
Read Lagniappe Magazine Cover Story. “On The Verge of Quitting Music Wendy Colonna Experienced a Musical and Personal Resurrection.”
Read KMSS FOX 33 Article by David West how Nectar traces its roots to the place Wendy began performing, Natchitoches Louisiana.
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