Episode 204 - Wendy Starland

Wendy Starland is an American singer, songwriter, and music producer from Los Angeles. Starland has received numerous accolades, including recognition from The Songwriters Hall of Fame. She was named VH1’s Best Emerging Artist and featured on Moby’s Grammy-nominated album “Last Night.” Additionally, She had the opportunity to open for Sheryl Crow and Jack White at the Michigan International Speedway.

In a pivotal role, Starland discovered and nurtured the career of the iconic Lady Gaga, a thirteen-time Grammy winner, two-time Golden Globe recipient, and Oscar winner. Starland played a vital role in shaping Lady Gaga’s career during the recording of her album “The Fame.” This album achieved remarkable success, earning Billboard’s distinction as the Album of the Decade. It spent a record-setting sixty-two weeks at No. 1 on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart during the decade.

Wendy also mentored her own band, Starland, on the AXS TV show “Banded,” guiding them to victory as they won the entire competition.