"Refreshing" is the word most often used to describe the music of WIND. The performing version of WIND currently consists of Nori & Barbie Kelley (residing in Myrtle Beach, SC), and newly added member Carly Rooks (from Tulsa, OK).
Wind's music is an original mixture of prog rock, classic rock and folk, influenced by British artists like Pink Floyd, Mark Knopfler, Yes & Renaissance, as well as North American artists like Bruce Cockburn, The Allman Brothers & The Grateful Dead. They are currently in the process of recording their 12th studio album, with the working title of "Incense." It will be a worship album, their first since 2006's Wa, and should be released in the fall of 2019. Wind's 11th album, entitled Seasons, was released on July 5, 2016. It is their "proggiest" album to date, with nods to many 60s and 70s era artists. The main body of work on this album is a concept piece which goes through the cycle of a year, from January to December. There are four additional tracks, one of which features Jon Camp of the renowned 70's British group, "Renaissance," on both bass and backing vocals. This is Jon's second guest appearance on a Wind album, who's signature bass sound was featured on two tracks of 2013's Wave.