Wendy Estorga
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Wendy Estorga


Band Folk Singer/Songwriter


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"Artist Review: The Abbey"

"Wendy's voice is like a bright sunrise, and her sweet personality, humble stage presence, and repore with the audience will win the hearts of those that listen."

Bennett Gibson
Director of Music & Booking Manager
The Abbey Coffee, Art, & Music Lounge
Santa Cruz, CA - Bennett Gibson


"Simple": 2005 - Full Length
"Pink": 2004 - EP

Additional Studio Vocal Work:
"Changes" - Michael Giardina
"Seized By the Power" - Everybodyduck



Wendy wrote and recorded her first full length C.D. project in 2004, and is currently working on a new album soon to be released. Wendy's music has the unique ability to meet the audience where they are. Whether listening to a beautiful arrangement of "Be Thou My Vision" at church, or relaxing to "Latte" at your local coffee shop, Wendy has a sound that reaches everywhere.

Throughout her music career she has partnered with many talented artists/bands such as Everybody Duck, Molly Jenson, Travis Oberg & The Saltwater Merchants, Kokua, Josh Fox, Suzanne Brewer, Three Thirty Plan, North Swell, and opened for artists Justin McRoberts and Over the Rhine.

Wendy has also been the artist in residence at Hume Lake Conference Center and Azusa Pacific University. She has also shared her music with several church communities such as: Mount Hermon Christian Conference Center, Hume Lake Christian Camp, Mission Springs Camp & Conference Center, Vintage Faith Church, Santa Cruz Bible, Salinas Valley Community Church, and many more throughout the west coast.

A few artists who have influenced her music are Jonatha Brooke, Sixpence Non The Richer, Mason Jennings, Sarah McLachlan, Norah Jones, India Arie, Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, and Lauryn Hill.

In addition, Wendy has been classically trained in piano and voice. Her classical influences are Beethoven, Gershwin, and Chopin.

Wendy enjoys playing at a variety of venues ranging from churches and concert halls to local coffee shops and house concerts.