13 Songs, 48 Minutes


*WEA.MusicPages.Riaa.Explicit* Mastered for iTunes


*WEA.MusicPages.Riaa.Explicit* Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5

50 Ratings

50 Ratings

Happiness is this album!


If you're not sure what category of music style this falls under, it's ok. I don't either, which is why I love it! It has soul & depth that totally rocks in some songs & others are just heaven to listen to the talented voice of the lead singer and relate the lyrics to your life. Grand Canyon is excellent, and show's how diverse they are. They can totally rock, then slow it down and you really feel the heart & soul of this band. You'll fall in love with their sound, because they are definitely wonderfully different.


Aimee MacArthur

Two incredible musicians who have come together to make incredible music. Every song leaves you wanting more. Perfect for a long road trip, perfect for an evening with friends, perfect for a walk through town. Aside from their music being great, they are pretty great people. Can't get any better than that 🙌🏻



So excited for new Wind and the Wave!! I'm sure it'll be amazing!! Also excited to see the added the song "Anything for you" such an amazing song live!!

About The Wind and The Wave

Austin, Texas-based the Wind and the Wave comprise the best-friend duo of Dwight Baker and Patricia Lynn, both of whom had prior histories on the Austin music scene before joining forces as a performing act in 2009. Lynn had been a member of the band Soldier Thread, while Baker had been a touring musician who gave up the road in 2003 to concentrate on songwriting and production work, opening his own Matchbox Studios in Austin. After doing production on a couple of Soldier Thread albums, Baker joined forces with Lynn to record a debut duo album, From the Wreckage, a solid folk, country, and pop outing. The album impressed folks at RCA Records, who signed the duo in 2013 and released From the Wreckage in the summer of 2014, led by the lead single "With Your Two Hands."

One of RCA's promotional tactics for the album was to place tracks on the soundtracks of popular television shows, and various songs off From the Wreckage were heard on episodes of Nashville, Hart of Dixie, The Vampire Diaries, and Grey's Anatomy. Despite this, RCA cut ties with the Wind and the Wave, and the duo struck a new deal with Island Records. Their first album for Island, Happiness Is Not a Place, was released in May 2016; a rougher and more rock-oriented effort, the album soon rose to number 20 on Billboard's Heatseekers chart. ~ Steve Leggett

Austin, TX




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