Wendy Moten

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Wendy Moten (born November 22, 1965, Memphis, Tennessee) is an American singer. Moten sang in church choirs as a child. She got her first break singing with Michael Bolton at a benefit concert; after signing with EMI, she released an album and opened for Bolton on tour. Her biggest hit was "Come In Out of the Rain" (1992), which, although only a minor hit on the Billboard Hot 100, was a #5 adult contemporary hit, and a #8 hit in the UK Singles Chart. In 2006, she sang back-up vocals on the Soul2Soul II Tour with Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. Moten contributed backing vocals to Bonnie Tyler's 2013 album Rocks and Honey. Discography Studio Albums 1992: Wendy Moten 1995: Time for Change 1996: Life's What You Make It Holiday Albums 1995: Christmas Time 2009: Tis The Season


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