Whitney Wolanin

Whitney Wolanin Biography

Whitney Wolanin (Pronounced Wo- Lan- in) has been singing since 2 years old and as a professional recording artist since 13. Whitney, as a singer-songwriter-pianist and actress, is passionate about playing live for her fans and also about people hearing and getting to know the stories in her original songs like 'So Close' and 'Loud and Clear' and drawing joy from that.

Whitney Wolanin has had Radio chart and most added success with a number of her songs on the FMQB and Radio and Records (R&R) charts including 'Good' (#7) which is being used on the 'Eye of a Tiger' CD being sold at the University of Memphis NCAA Mens Basketball Games to help raise money for former Coach Larry Finch who has been ill, 'It Takes Two' (featuring vocal legend Jimi Jamison) (#9), Loud and Clear (extended remix #20 on record pool charts and 'Loud and Clear' was heard before and after the Harry Potter movies in theaters in 2007 by 8.5 million people), and holiday songs; 'Frosty the Snowman' (#11), 'Silver Bells' (most added at radio), 'Hark the Herald Angels Sing' (worldwide TV broadcast video version played on TV outlets on the EWTN network multiple times in 140 countries), and her original song 'Christmas (the Warmest Time of the Year)' (#81) co-written and co-produced with her father Vincent Wolanin and her legendary bass player Bob (Funk Brother) Babbitt. Whitney performed LIVE with her band in 2007 as part of her annual Christmasology(tm) Show which raises funds for children in need and also helps fund a permanently endowed college scholarship fund called the Rockin' Christmas Fund, all while attending an international baccalaureate (IB World School) high school full time, working out, playing sports and reading as her hobbies, plus earning academic honors.

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