I’m thrilled to let you know that TODAY, 8/20, my 1st single, “Missing You”, drops from my upcoming album Red Ruby Stars.
The single is available here:
where you can also pre-order the album.
CDs and vinyl will also be available on the album release date of Sept 17th.
I chose “Missing You” because it was written for a dear high school friend who passed in 9/11. With the 20th anniversary of 9/11 coming upon us, and with all the craziness out there, I just felt like this was the right one. I do hope you download and listen. It would mean so much to me. And please let me know what you think.
Debbie Deane— Piano & Vocals
Robin Macatangay—Acoustic & Electric Guitars
Adrian Harpham--Model D Synth
Alex Alexander—Chimes, Blow Tube, Tambourine, Shaker, Electric Djembe
Christopher Thomas—Electric Bass
Produced by Adrian Harpham with Rich Lamb and Debbie Deane
Missing You ©2021 Debbie Deane, Dubba Scrubba Music, BMI
Thank you for listening and for your invaluable support.
“Check out this modern songstress who joins such artists as Joni Mitchell in the realm of modern, progressive songwriting”
-David Dorkin, Fuse Magazine
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Debbie Deane hails from a musical world without boundaries, where singer-songwriters and top-tier jazz musicians breathe the same creative air. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Debbie grew up listening to Carole King, Stevie Wonder, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, and Steely Dan. As a teenager she explored the fertile ground of the Great American Songbook. Introduced to folk, funk and fusion by her older brother, she studied the great divas of the jazz and pop worlds developing an intense interest in jazz harmony. Music was the ultimate refuge.
After earning a degree in English Literature from Harvard, Debbie embarked on a career in music. She studied jazz intensively at Boston’s Berklee College of Music, honing the piano skills that she continues to display as a singer-songwriter. At first her songwriting and singing came as an afterthought, but then took center stage.
In her performing and recording life, Debbie had the good fortune to work with acclaimed jazz musicians who share her interest in quality songwriting — people like drummer Brian Blade and the late, great bass player Jeff Andrews. Moving back to Brooklyn, she lived in a “jazz den” with some of the city’s most promising jazz musicians, including saxophonists Seamus Blake and Terry Deane, drummer Marc Miralta and pianists John Stetch and George Colligan. “Everyone came through our place,” says Debbie. “The people I’ve played with, they’re all my friends and they’ve known me, they’ve been my roommates and people I went to school with.” Their presence on Debbie’s recordings and at her live shows is a powerful endorsement.
Debbie continues to gig extensively in New York and beyond. She is proud to be a part of Brooklyn Above Ground, a diverse music collective that has donated proceeds from its compilation CD to the grass-roots organization World Hunger Year...