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Wendy Melvoin

Wendy Melvoin (born January 26, 1964) is an American guitarist and singer-songwriter, best known for her work with Prince as part of his backing band The Revolution, and for her collaboration with Lisa Coleman as one half of the duo Wendy & Lisa. Shortly after the completion of Prince and The Revolution's Parade project, Coleman and Melvoin left The Revolution, and started their own musical duo, Wendy & Lisa (also known as Girl Bros). Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman composed music for the first season of TV series Heroes. In September 2008, they announced that they would be releasing an album consisting entirely of the score from Heroes, entitled Heroes: Original Score. The duo are currently working on the American version of Prime Suspect starring Maria Bello. Melvoin also contributed guitars to Madonna's 2008 album Hard Candy on the song "She's Not Me" and is mentioned by name during the song. She contributed heavily to Neil Finn's second solo album One Nil, co-writing many tracks and playing drums and bass on several. She is credited for guitar work on most of the tracks on Rob Thomas' first solo album, ...Something to Be. Melvoin is listed in the credits of Glen Campbell's 2011

Prince's Wendy & Lisa: 'Memba Them?

Prince's Wendy & Lisa: 'Memba Them?

In the '80s, Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman (seen here on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine) became famous as members of Prince's band The Revolution. Guess what they look like now! READ MORE >

Wendy? Yes, Lisa.

Wendy? Yes, Lisa.

Wendy, 46, and Lisa, 50, resurfaced at some event in North Hollywood on Thursday, looking computer blue.Wendy & Lisa composed the music for the TV series "Heroes."While the duo once dated,… READ MORE >

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