Billboard Magazine called her indie 1996 solo debut, Angels & Ordinary Men, ‘One of the most impressive Canadian recordings in years’. The album sparked a bidding war amongst several labels; it was ultimately released on EMI and garnered a Juno nomination and 2 Canadian Radio Music Award nods.
Signed to a publishing deal with Warner Chappell, Wendy lived and worked in L.A. for five years co-writing with some of America’s finest songwriters including Paul Williams, Melissa Manchester, and Larry John McNally.
A veteran of musical theatre, Wendy appeared in the original Canadian production of Les Misérables, and performed alongside Broadway’s finest (Many Patinkin, Betty Buckley, Patti LuPone, Colm Wilkinson) in The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber in Concert.
Producer John Leftwich (Rickie Lee Jones) chose Wendy to be the featured vocalist on the companion CD to the Academy Award winning film, The Pianist. Wendy Lands Sings The Music of The Pianist Wladyslaw Szpilman was released in 2002.
Wendy is one of North America’s most sought after commercial voice over talents with over 1000 voice overs to her credit.