Wendy Moten launched her recording career in 1992 when she landed a huge global hit with “Come In Out Of the Rain”. She was just on The Voice where she turned all four judges’ chairs on her blind audition and ended up in second place overall – unprecedented for an artist in her 50s. She sits down to talk to Bobby about how in an odd way, she has fallen into every new chapter of her music career. Wendy talks about the nice things Blake Shelton said to her on the Voice. Her friendship with Vince Gill that involves touring with him and him producing her album. Wendy also talks about making her Opry debut and her first big break when she was starting out.
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