While Deb certainly isn't the only woman taking the stage these days with her acoustic guitar in hand, she is one singer/songwriter
that will linger in your memory, thanks to her distinctive voice and evocative, well-crafted songs. Deb's musical influences include
Joni Mitchell, Shawn Colvin, Jonatha Brooke, and Suzanne Vega. Her own music might be classified as intelligent folk-pop.
Having established herself in the Northwest as a musical force, separate from her band, Deb decided, in February of 1999, to head
for the musical hotbed of Boston, Massachusetts. For a year, Deb laid low, while finishing her second solo recording, "Something
Burning." With that in her back pocket, she headed out to several of the local clubs, including Toad, Johnny D's, Kendall Café,
Club Passim and Somerville Theatre; her fan base in the North East is increasing rapidly, with copies of "Something Burning"
flying off store racks and merchandise tables. Recently, Deb received Acoustic Guitar Magazine's "Homegrown CD Award"
for "Something Burning" along with two Boston Music Award nominations. Also, Deb just released a new, live CD aptly titled