Jimmy Lee Deen has been on the forefront of the Texas music scene since the 70's and in the trenches opening and headlining for groups such as Jerry Jeff Walker, Tom Petty, Doctor Hook, AC/DC, The Ramones, Pat Benatar, and Joan Jett to name a few. He also contributes his guitar work and stage presence to Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs [Woolly Bully] The Drifters [Up On The Roof], and even the "Killer" Jerry Lee Lewis. With a successful touring band and Battle of The Bands winner two years in a row, Jimmy has become known as a local rock legend. He is now pursuing his latest project in Acoustic "Americana" performing locally in Houston with a weekly residency at Last Concert cafe and looking forward to sharing his experience and knowledge with students at Heights Guitar School.
Wendy Elizabeth Jones
Wendy Elizabeth Jones grew up in the Heights and from an early age found her home on the stage. With a focus in Theater and Dance she went on to get her degree at The University of Texas in Austin and travelled to London for additional training at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts and The British American Drama Academy. In addition to the theater she carried a passion for the guitar and singing . After living and performing in New York, London and Los Angeles Wendy is now back in Houston focusing on her music career.
Since moving back to Houston Wendy co-founded,Where The Girls Are, a non profit that celebrates women in the arts while raising money for local charities with a focus on Women and Children. She also performs locally with her band The Atomic Nightingales and performs with Jimmy Lee Deen in their band Jimmy Lee's Junkyard. She is excited to share her love of music with students at Heights Guitar School.
Jimmy Lee Deen