The Wendy Woo Band

Yes, it is that time of year again. We are trying to raise our votes for Channel 7's A List for best local band. We were in the top 5 bands in 2009. We were #1 in 2011. This year we are trailing at around #10. Help us get back in the running by voting now! Share with your social network and ask them to vote as well! It is quick and easy. Thanks so much for your help!

 

 http://ctvr.us/thewendywoo

 

Tomorrow night I will be at Four Mile Park in Denver for Swallow Hill's annual Picnic Series. I will be performing with two of my favorite Colorado talents, Jeff Brinkman www.jeffbrinkmanmusic.com and Megan Burtt www.meganburtt.com.  Doors open at 6 and the show starts at 6:30 PM. It is a great outdoor venue and is open to all ages. 

 

Friday night we are taking a road trip to Laramie, Wyoming with the Wendy Woo Trio to play at Alibi's outdoor amphitheatre. Show starts at 8. Please tell your friends and family in the area to come by and check out the scene. 

 

Just added, Sunday night, July 22nd I will be playing solo acoustic at The Black Crow Campground. This is the Rio Grande's newest outdoor venue located in downtown Denver. The show runs from 5-7 PM, is all ages and is free to the public. 

 

Thanks for everything! Thanks for taking the time to vote. Have a great rest of your week and we hope to see you at one of the shows soon!

 

Wendy Woo

 

         
   
"She is awesome. Wendy is truly one of the most talented performers I have ever experienced. She is the real deal. And will clearly go as far as she desires. It’s rare to witness such striking talent, as you know, and I thank you for sharing her."  — Will Scheffer, creator/executive producer, HBO's Big Love, Los Angeles
"First Place - Best Local Band"  — Channel 7's A-List, KMGH Denver's Channel 7
"Wendy Woo is not only the very definition of Colorado music, but she's also showing the major labels how independent musicians are replacing them and remaking the industry. Two decades into her career, she's still outselling and outplaying the bulk of musicians, averaging 200 gigs a year and thousands of CD sales"  — Jeanie Straub, Colorado Music Buzz
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