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"Wendi Lewis - Bahamian Gospel Singer with a Bright Future!"


Arts & Culture Last Updated: Mar 29, 2007 - 4:21:43 PM

Wendi Lewis, Bahamian Gospel Singer with a bright future
Mar 24, 2007 - 1:07:45 PM

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Since debuting to the Bahamian public at the age of four (4), Wendy Lewis has always had a certain presence onstage, and a love for singing. Bahamians all over knew her as "Little Sister Wendy Lewis" and her cover of Shirley Ceaser's 'He'll Do It Again' was a crowd favorite. At age 8, Wendi had already released a two-single CD that included her first song writing effort 'Save the Family'. As she matured, so did her talent and passion for music, so much so that she performed at numerous venues, including official State events, Conferences, and concerts on her island, as well as other islands in the Bahamas.

Wendi has not only excelled as an artist, but has been involved in community and national events. The Junior Red Cross, Key Club of Nassau, volunteer work at the Children's ward of the Princess Margaret Hospital, and a member of the Bahamas National Youth Choir. With the Bahamas National Youth Choir, she had the opportunity to be an ambassador for her country while performing classical, theatre, and folk music in the Bahamas, the United States, and Central America.

Wendi is the Luther Barnes Gospel Solo category winner of the National Arts Festival for 1999, the Nassau Music Society Scholarship Winner and has most recently been involved in the Caribbean Gospel Marlin Awards Festival.

Now at age 21, Wendi is ready to approach the International Gospel stage fresh, vibrant, and with a renewed, unadulterated passion for music and a genuine respect for her craft. With influences of Jazz, Gospel, R&B, and Funk, Wendi's music mix is unique, and new. While working on her debut album, Wendi currently studies Music Business and Voice at the prestigious Berklee College of Music where she excels both academically and vocally, performing at various venues, including a tribute concert for renowned music producer, Rodney "DarkChild" Jerkins.


She is destined to a bright future! - thebahamasweekly.com


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Since debuting to the Bahamian public at the age of four (4), Wendy Lewis has always had a certain presence onstage, and a love for singing. Bahamians all over knew her as “Little Sister Wendy Lewis” and her cover of Shirley Ceaser’s ‘He’ll Do It Again’ was a crowd favorite. At age 8, Wendi had already released a two-single CD that included her first song writing effort ‘Save the Family’. As she matured, so did her talent and passion for music, so much so that she performed at numerous venues, including official State events, Conferences, and concerts on her island, as well as other islands in the Bahamas.

Wendi has not only excelled as an artist, but has been involved in community and national events. The Junior Red Cross, Key Club of Nassau, volunteer work at the Children’s ward of the Princess Margaret Hospital, and a member of the Bahamas National Youth Choir. With the Bahamas National Youth Choir, she had the opportunity to be an ambassador for her country while performing classical, theatre, and folk music in the Bahamas, the United States, and Central America.

Wendi is the Luther Barnes Gospel Solo category winner of the National Arts Festival for 1999, the Nassau Music Society Scholarship Winner and has most recently been involved in the Caribbean Gospel Marlin Awards Festival.

Now at age 21, Wendi is ready to approach the International Gospel stage fresh, vibrant, and with a renewed, unadulterated passion for music and a genuine respect for her craft. With influences of Jazz, Gospel, R&B, and Funk, Wendi’s music mix is unique, and new. While working on her debut album, Wendi currently studies Music Business and Voice at the prestigious Berklee College of Music where she excels both academically and vocally, performing at various venues, including a tribute concert for renowned music producer, Rodney “DarkChild” Jerkins.