Grand Junction Film Festival: Wendy Woo Documentary 

Unshaken: The Road to Woo 

On October 6, at the Avalon Theater, Ferrari Films will be screening their documentary, Unshaken: The Road to 
Woo, as part of the Grand Junction Film Festival. 
For more than 25 years, Woo has been one of Colorado’s most popular and beloved singer/songwriter/musicians. 
The film traces her musical history from learning to play a few chords of Paul McCartney’s “Blackbird” to working 
and playing at Boulder’s famed Fox Theatre to being courted by Nashville publishers who wanted to turn her into a 
songwriting machine. 
Over the course of her career, she has learned to juggle performing, the music business, relationships, and having 
three children. 
The latter was what attracted Ferrari Films to her story. Denise Ferrari, the owner of Ferrari Films, attended an 
outdoor concert of Woo’s in the summer of 2018, where Woo had brought along her six-year-old daughter. Notes 
Ferrari, “As a business professional and mother, I was curious about Wendy’s ability to balance parenting and 
career, and about the personal and musical influences that had made Wendy into the outstanding mom and artist 
that she is.” 
A unique twist to Woo’s career is that even though Woo and her ex-husband (whom she met when she needed a 
drummer) are now married to other people, they continue to play in the band together. The marriage didn’t survive, 
but the band did. 
Ferrari Films was founded in 1996 and has been producing award-winning multimedia products ever since. Since 
2017, the company has produced three feature length documentaries including Song of Songs: The Journey of a 
Consecrated Virgin, The American Opioid Crisis: Talbot Goes Purple, and Unshaken: The Road to Woo. 
Wendy Woo has been a mainstay in the Colorado music scene for over 20 years. She has lived and played in 
Boulder, then Denver, and now Northern Colorado and has been named best singer/songwriter in each location 
(plus a slew of other recognitions). Westword just did a feature about her in honor of the Westword Music 
Showcase’s 25th anniversary celebration. She’s one of the few performers who has earned a spot in the Music 
Showcase Hall of Fame. While Woo has toured nationally (playing in famed venues including the Bluebird Cafe in 
Nashville, the Bitter End in NYC, the Hotel Cafe in LA, and Sweetwater in Mill Valley), she and Colorado are 
Sunday, October 6, 2019 
The Avalon Theater 
645 Main Street 
Grand Junction, CO 81501 
Festival runs from 1-7 PM Doors at noon 
All day tickets are $7.99 plus fees 
For more information, contact: 
Charles Snyder