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Wendy's newest "supergroup" with
Cindy Bullens and Deborah Holland
The Refugees
The Refugees

Cindy Bullens

Deborah Holland

Be sure to visit
The Bryndle Website

Karla Bonoff

Kenny Edwards

Andrew Gold

Wendy recently produced
the album Acoustic Sunset -
Live At The Longhouse
(2006) by:

Wendy recently produced
the album Thief of Time (2007) by:
Artie Traum

Wendy has produced two albums,
John Cowan (2000) and
Always Take Me Back (2002) for her friend:
John Cowan


Russ & Julie's House Concerts

Concerts at the Bodie House

Folk Alliance Region West (FAR-West)

Wendy recently produced
the album Dragonfly (2005) by:
Arthur Lee Land

Wendy recently produced
the album King Of Echo Park (2003) by:
Brian Joseph

Wendy recently produced
the album My Treasure (2005) by:
Anna Wolfe

The Refugees

The Refugees Accomplished solo artists Cindy Bullens, Deborah Holland, and Wendy Waldman came together as THE REFUGEES in 2007, and since that time have been wowing audiences and radio DJs alike with their soaring harmonies, indelible musicianship, and unforgettably humorous stage presence.

Each of The Refugees has logged more than three decades in the industry, with nineteen solo albums and multiple Grammy Award nominations to their credit, featuring musical styles that blend country, rock, folk, and Americana. To describe them as eclectic would be an understatement. These three women have utilized their intense drive and relentless passions to create an entirely new sound.

Their debut CD, UNBOUND (Wabuho Records) was "officially" released in January of 2009 and their second CD was released in 2012. The talented trio play guitars, dobro, bass, mandolin, harmonica, accordion, and percussion.



Bryndle Bryndle was an authentic musical legend long before the group's first album was released in the Summer of 1995. Bryndle was a group of four friends: Karla Bonoff, Andrew Gold, Wendy Waldman and Kenny Edwards. The group's story is an amazing one. Bryndle first formed in the late 1960s in Los Angeles when such artists as Jackson Browne, The Eagles, Joni Mitchell, Linda Ronstadt and others were just beginning to emerge.

In 1970, they recorded what should have been their debut album for A&M Records with newcomer producer Chuck Plotkin. While it went through many revisions before being submitted to the record company, it was never released. It wasn't until they reunited in 1995 that they recorded and released their first album together, by which time they were all legends in the music industry.

Bryndle's self-titled debut album was released in August of 1995. The group toured all over America and Japan. Their second album, House of Silence, was released in 2002. A live album followed in December 2003.


Folk Alliance International
Wendy Waldman serves on the Board of Directors of Folk Alliance International. Folk Alliance International exists to foster and promote traditional, contemporary, and multicultural folk music and dance and related performing arts. The Folk Alliance seeks to strengthen and advance organizational and individual initiatives in folk music and dance through education, networking, advocacy, and professional and field development. Since 1989, Folk Alliance has served as the headquarters for Folk Music and Dance. With over 2000 members worldwide and an annual conference that is one of the five largest music conferences in North America, Folk Alliance continues to grow and mature while providing a unique range of member services to our community.


The Longhouse

Wendy Waldman's studio is called "The Longhouse".

More information coming soon!


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