Heavenly harmonies - Celestial singing. Sounds of stars in the making, with your songs as safe haven. Terrific. --Michael Nesmith
The trio of women that is The Refugees emerged on the music scene as a verifiably unmatched force of talent, diversity, and experience. Cindy Bullens, Deborah Holland and Wendy Waldman combine soaring harmonies, indelible musicianship, and unforgettable stage presence. Individually, The Refugees have logged more than three decades in the industry, with nineteen solo albums and multiple Grammy Award nominations to their credit, featuring musical styles that blend country, rock, folk, and Americana. To describe them as eclectic would be an understatement.
Cindy Bullens has toured the world with Elton John, racked up Grammy nominations and released a half dozen albums.
Deborah Holland began her career as a member of the critically acclaimed Animal Logic with Stewart Copeland and Stanley Clarke, spawning the hit (There's a) Spy in the House of Love.
Wendy Waldman has been recognized as one of the leading recording artists and songwriters in music since the debut of her band Bryndle (with Karla Bonoff, Kenny Edwards and Andrew Gold) in the 1970s, followed by a successful solo career as an artist, writer and producer.