Wendy Burch Steel and Redwood is:
Wendy - guitar and vocals
Butch Waller - mandolin and vocals
Glenn Dauphin - guitar and vocals
Allegra Thompson - bass and vocals

WENDY BURCH STEEL & REDWOOD play a unique cross-section of genres incorporating all the good and sweet aspects of folk, old-time, country, bluegrass and blues.

Bluegrass icon Laurie Lewis produced, played and sang on Wendy’s debut CD, “Open Wings” in 2012, which has received rave reviews nationally and internationally, air play and interviews on various radio shows and Americana and Bluegrass publications.

Wendy is known for her deft angelic voice and spiritually touching original material. She was nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year for the past two years, with the Northern California Bluegrass Society. Her band members include some of the best Bluegrass and Americana players and singers in California and beyond:

Butch Waller, mandolin and vocals, is known locally and nationally for his innovative and tradition - based approach to his instrument. Butch was one of the first to play bluegrass music in Northern California, and founded his own band, High Country in 1968. A gifted songwriter, Butch has penned several songs that are featured in the repertoire of Wendy Burch Steel and Redwood

Glenn Dauphin, guitar and vocals, has been performing with Bluegrass bands in the Bay Area for the past 30 years. He is Northern California Bluegrass Society’s guitar player of the year for 2014. He also plays bass and guitar with California’s two longest running bands, High Country and Sidesaddle and Company

Allegra Thompson, bass and vocals, is known both for the power and clarity of her singing and for providing a rock-steady rhythm bed on guitar or upright bass. Her home-grown perspective on American roots music was nurtured by her parents, local musicians Eric and Suzy Thompson, who raised her on a steady diet of blues, bluegrass, Cajun, and Appalachian old time music. A founding member of the Drifter Sisters and the Bearcat Stringband, she also plays with the Midnite Ramblers, Gerry Tenney and the Hard Times Orchestra, and of course Eric and Suzy Thompson in their family trio.