Wednesday Jones is no stranger to the music industry. Her first CD , "Calling Card" (Wendy Jones Merkley) earned airplay in Canada, the United States, Northern Europe and Australia, as well as one song being featured as an MP3 hit.
Wednesday then put music aside to immerse herself in her gift of healing (First Nations Traditional). Her father is Plains Cree and she is in the healing line.
Now Wednesday is back in the music saddle, after having studied sufficiently with medicine people and Hawaiian Kahunas. And, she's gone to her family's nickname for her and her maiden name. Healing is still at the forefront but music is part of her soul. She writes hoping people will cover her tunes, she's not an 'upfront' person anymore.
Her new songs usually contain something spiritual, though not in the convention of New Age. Some songs arise out of a period when she was homeless for three years. She is also a Two-Spirit (Native Indian term for gay) and likes to address the issue because of so many gay teens killing themselves because of bullying.
Wednesday lived on Bowen Island, B.C. for 25 years but now makes her home in Vancouver, B.C..
Wednesday is happy to have discovered Broadjam!