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Wendy Vaughan

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Wendy Vaughan hails from Caracas, Venezuela. She is a singer, songwriter, and saxophonist. Her musical journey began in her childhood. She began composing in her thirties. Born to Cuban and Dominican parents, her family moved to New York City when she was 4. Wendy's musical journey began 12, in Houston, Texas, when she discovered the saxophone. She attended the High School of the Performing and Visual Arts in Houston and San Jacinto College Central in Pasadena, where she was lead saxophonist in one of country's finest Jazz bands. Her diverse musical style was inspired by Jazz and Latin music infused with spiritual and personal growth themes. Early in her career, she performed on international stages like the JVC Festival in Nice, France, with BB King and Woody Hermann. She garnered praise and solidified her reputation as a rising star in the Jazz community. Wendy is in the construction and home improvement industry in a thriving business in Houston, Galveston, Corpus Christi, Dallas, and Florida. She gained national recognition as a juror in the Enron trial, resulting in a features in Inc. Magazine and on CNN, FOX News, and CBS, speaking about ethics in business. In Galveston, Wendy inspires listeners with her soulful melodies and profound lyrics. Her debut album, Through Children's Eyes, made waves on Christian stations. Her new album, Necessary Chaos, is a captivating and introspective collection of songs. Wendy Vaughan remains a talented artist, blending genres and creating music that resonates deeply with her audience.



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