Born and raised in Los Angeles, Wendy Wang’s beautifully crafted melodies and lush sounds capture dreamy azure skies and bittersweet California sunsets. Wendy’s diverse original compositions have appeared in the movie Man Up (2015), trailers for “Focus”, ”The Heat", "Olympus Has Fallen", "Free State Of Jones", TV shows Girls, Private Practice, Parenthood, The Returned, and many more on NBC, MTV, VH1, Bravo, E!, ESPN and Oxygen and national commercials for Coca-Cola, Honda, Machine Zone, Hankook, Lowes and Apartments.com. A talented guitarist, bassist, and pianist, Wendy has appeared in commercials for the Apple iPad 2 and Apple iLife ‘11, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, and The Ellen Show, as well as performed at the Hollywood Bowl and Carnegie Hall with The Bird & The Bee. In addition, she has played with the likes of Priscilla Ahn, Ry Cooder, M83, Cyndi Lauper, honeyhoney, Juliette Commagere, A Fine Frenzy, The Shoe, Matt Corby, Like (PacDiv), Mr Little Jeans, Florence + The Machine, Coco Morier, Night Things and Evan Voytas, mastered for Mocky, Joey Dosik, Nia Andrews, mixed for Nia Andrews, Big Phony, Gretchen Lieberum/Sargent, engineered for The Bird & The Bee, Inara George, produced for Priscilla Ahn, Studio Ghibli, Big Phony, The Henry Clay People, NHK Japan, and Louie and worked with notable producers Greg Kurstin, Dan Wilson, Mocky, Justin Meldal-Johnsen, Joey Waronker, Teddy Geiger, Mike Viola, Dan Long and many more. She is also the the frontwoman of The Sweet Hurt.