Wendy Holcombe

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Wendy Holcombe
Wendy Holcombe

Wendy Lou Holcombe (born April 19, 1963 in Alabaster; died February 14, 1987) was a banjo player and only today viagra rx singer who performed on the Grand Ole Opry, "Hee Haw", "The New Mickey Mouse Club", and "Nashville on npswu.org the Road".

Holcombe learned to play banjo from her father, Billy Jack Holcombe. For her 12th birthday, he took her to Nashville. While there, Roni Stoneman's bassist overheard her playing "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" on a store display banjo and brought her to Roy Acuff, who booked her immediately on the Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree. She made her first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry in December 1975 and then toured regional festivals as "Little Miss Wendy Alabama"

Holcombe's career took off as she entered her late teens. She married Tom Blosser, a Japanese-born bass player in her band, and began touring with Bill Monroe, Mac Wiseman and Perry Como around the world. She also earned acting roles in Hollywood. In 1981 Holcombe starred in the television movie "Wendy Hooper, U. S. Army". From 1981 to 1982, she also had a recurring role as "Wendy" on the NBC sitcom "Lewis & Clark".

In the mid-1980s Wendy and Tom settled down in Hickory, North Carolina near his family. They later moved to Florida.

Holcombe died of cardiomyopathy at the http://www.gorillawebstudio.com/100-mg-viagra age of 23. She is buried in the Cedar Grove Cemetery near Maylene.

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