Wanda Mychele

Photo by Noella Folkes.


Wanda Mychele is no stranger to the entertainment world. Born in Philadelphia, PA and raised in Willingboro, NJ, Wanda has entertained audiences for over 30 years. Her influences in music include Dinah Washington, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday. Her genre includes Smooth Jazz, R&B and Pop. 

Wanda's training began with singing in school and church choirs from grades 2 to 12, and performed at local charity events. She later signed up with the Peter Cole Orchestra, based out of Cherry Hill, NJ. Wanda also volunteers with The Burlington Entertainers, which gives yearly performances to help raise money for the Deborah Heart & Lung Center in Browns Mill, NJ. While not entertaining, Wanda spends her time in Music Ministry in the South Jersey area.

In 2013, Wanda teamed with Matthew Hazzard to co-produce and record her debut album, “Ten Years In The Making.” When asked how the title came to be, Wanda simply says, “It took ten years to make.” Dubbed, "The Story Teller of the Heart," Wanda pours her heart and emotions into every song, sharing life's experiences to which people can relate.

“I have never stopped believing in my dreams. The Creator gave me a gift to share, and it gives me joy to do so. In obeying Him, blessings never cease. Always have faith, and never stop believing.”