“You can’t look at a person and know anything,” says Wynne Alexander with a smile, “there’s no successful shorthand in this world. You’ve gotta’ find out for yourself.”
That can apply to Wynne’s music and those who are hearing it for the first time. The East Coast-based singer-songwriter has spent a lifetime looking beyond the obvious. She’s probed the true nature of things and now she’s forging that experience into a stunning body of work. It’s the kind of vision that makes her a genuinely unique performer. And as people discover her songs, they simply want to hear more.
Wynne calls her sound “Cosmopolitan Rock.” It’s a term that neatly sums up the delicate balance she achieves between sophistication and unvarnished emotion. Nationally known disc jockey and radio executive Joe ‘Butterball’ Tamburro said, “If Greta Garbo could sing, she’d sound like Wynne.” In fact there is an austere sensuality and elegance both to Wynne’s musicality and her stage presence that is very reminiscent of the Art Deco ambiance of the late 1920s and 30s.
~from Wynne’s bio on her website
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