Wendy Moten is an exceptional, adaptable singer, a pure musical spirit, and a bridge from Memphis to Nashville to the rest of the world.
Respected in the music industry as a consummate professional for years, the wider public discovered her talent and charm through her remarkable run on NBC’s The Voice in 2021. She turned all four judges’ chairs on her blind audition and ended up in second place overall – unprecedented for an artist in her 50s.
A native of Memphis, Moten sang R&B for EMI Records in the 90s then moved to Nashville to become an in-demand harmony singer. She spent 15 years as the duet partner for Julio Iglesias and has recorded duets with Michael McDonald, Kirk Whalum, Joe Bonamassa and John Oates. She has toured with Martina McBride, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill, and Vince Gill. Moten has performed as a soloist on the Grand Ole Opry multiple times and been a featured artist in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Musician Spotlight series.
In 2019 she joined the Grammy-winning Nashville western swing band The Time Jumpers.