Civil Rights Leader
Coretta Scott King
spoke with Wynne
about how love can vanquish turmoil.
American Legend and Yale's own Dr. Riley B. King, better known as Blues Boy
"Listens to Wynne Alexander"
Political And Anti-War Activist, Defender of the Faith and Truly Heavy Weight Champion of the World
From the Nation's Capitol
"...a leading voice for social justice."
--United States Senator Robert P. Casey, Jr.
And the Pennsylvania State Capitol
Commending "her life's work at the intersection of music, civil rights and journalism."
During presentation ceremonies, Wynne crossed the "white girl" Rubicon when she was named an Honorary Black Marine of New Jersey.
And on the Muical Front
A sophisticated, soulful, orchestral cocktail on the Rocks,
where style and substance combine in an uproar of musicality
"With hints of Marlene Dietrich, Bryan Ferry and Al Green in her voice...that never lacks in divine elegance." --Music and Culture Critic A.D. Amorosi
Woodstock Hero and Rock Icon Richie Havens, while watching and listening to Wynne's entire sound check before she opened for him in Philadelphia said: "She's a one woman show. There's a Broadway aspect to her that is unmistakable."
One of Collected Sounds
Best CDs of the Year
The International Voice of World's Arts, Culture, Music & Entertainment
November 2003 Issue
In This Issue:
The French Cabaret from the 17th Century to Present
"Meet Wynne Alexander: The Diva who makes you think!"
Gospel Music in America
And from Sweden & Europe FuzzLogic.com Luna Kafé Music Reviews
Luna Kafé Record Review
Grammy Award Winner
Recording Industry Powerhouse
Producer of Michael Jackson, Patti Labelle, Teddy Pendergras, The Ojays, Lou Rawls, The Delphonics, The Intruders, Trustee of the Grammies, One of the Founding Fathers of Message Music, gave Wynne one of her highest compliments by noting the powerful messages in her music.
Words & Music prompt an unusually unanimous bi-partisan proclamation from The City of Philadelphia
Producer, Amy Lotsberg
Music Critic, Emily Rowley
FuzzLogic.com Luna Kafé Music Reviews
Luna Kafé Record Review - Knowing Love by its Absence
Joe 'Butterball' Tamburro, legendary disc jockey, soon to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Clear Channel programming executive told his radio audience --
"If Greta Garbo could sing, she'd sound like Wynne."
City Paper's "Best Of The Year" Edition
Wynne just received the "Coolest Piano Lounger" award from the City Paper, Philadelphia's highly influential journal on the arts and entertainment scene. Their nationally respected music critic, A.D. Amorosi wrote," Wynne Alexander reels in the cabaret (crowd) with her throaty theatrical vocals-a femme Bryan Ferry if ever there was-and self-compositional brand of blues and musical drama."
And upon a visit to Oz,
in an exclusive audience with the Wizard,
in keeping with the "But they've got one thing you haven't got" leit motif
which so permeates our smug-ling society...
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