Raising The Bar

Windhaven will be recording this week. We look forward to getting our new original, “Waiting”, online, along with several covers (which we’re still deciding on). One of the covers will likely be Heart’s “Dog & Butterfly”. We’re also thinking about recording “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane and “Calling All Angels” by Train. All with our […]

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Band Bios – Wicasta Lovelace

Wicasta was born in Kings Mountain, North Carolina, the only child of Bob Lovelace and Peggy Chaney. He showed an interest in music early on, teaching himself simple songs on the piano and general abusing anything that made a remotely musical sound. He traded an electric typewriter for his first electric bass, and bought his […]

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Collaborator Bios – Doug “Wolf” Schwartz

When did you first realize that you wanted to be a musician? When I was about 9 or 10 years old. I would listen to music with my parents and tap on album covers with pencils. Have you ever performed as part of an acoustic act? Never – and if you were to have asked […]

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Band Bios – Victoria Sadler

Victoria was born in Fort Pierce, Florida to John and Edie Sadler. While young, the family moved to North Carolina, where Victoria grew up in a family full of creative people. Her father, John, was a radio announcer with a rich, wonderful voice. Her mother, Edie, was a classically trained soprano. Her brother, Gary Sadler, […]

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Are You Pondering What We’re Pondering?

We’re working hard to get up to speed on our show, shaking out those songs that are going to work for us and those that aren’t. To our surprise, there have only been a few songs on our master list that we aren’t going to be able to do as an acoustic trio. We’re also […]

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Thanks And Apologies

We appreciate the input we’ve received from our friends on Facebook and MySpace. Your song suggestions have been duly noted, and we’ll add the ones we think we can pull off. If we’ve noticed one pattern, however, it’s that a lot of people seem to be losing sight of the fact that we’re an acoustic […]

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Master Song List

This is the master song list, which we draw from to assemble our sets for performances. A Pirate Looks At Forty – Jimmy Buffett Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked – Cage The Elephant American Pie – Don McLean Angel – Sarah McLachlan Bad, Bad Leroy Brown – Jim Croce Blackbird – The Beatles Brand […]

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