TrippyPhonics
bio

Wendy Taylor
guitar and vocals

A true flower child and funketeer of the 70s, Wendy's musical interests began with flute in high school. She studied music at Hunter College in New York City and upright bass with famed jazz bassist Milt Hinton. She was the bass player for RCA artist Vicki Sue Robinson on her "Turn the Beat Around" tour and recorded on Vicki’s second album.

Wendy has played top venues throughout the country and appeared on major TV shows (Midnight Special, Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, Merv Griffin, Mike Douglas, etc...). She toured throughout the Far East and Pacific theater in the all-female rock band, "Fire," for the D.O.D. U. S. O. show.

Wendy has also performed and recorded with salsa band, "Vinny & Ray Orchestra" on their debut 1998 CD, with the all-female band, “Sister Funk,” on the 2001 release, "Pursuit of the Groove" and 2003 release,"Girl," and with reggae's newest shining star, Mutti Lewis, on the 2004 CD release, "Love Will Survive."

Co-founder of TrippyPhonics, Wendy's mission is to promote Peace, Love, Freedom, and Music with her cosmic, funky, 6-string bass playing for TrippyPhonics.