Debbie Myers
International Recording Artist
Biography
 

  Take Characteristics like style, class, charm and poise, add extensive musical versatility and total professionalism combined with the seasoning attributed to veteran performers and you've got one tremendous Country Music singing talent..."Debbie Myers." She began her career at her father's side on stage before an audience of more than a thousand country music fans when she was just eight years old. Over the years she's honed her musical skills to a finely tuned performing edge. In a round of television shows and fair dates in the Maritimes, she quickly made a name for herself as a performer who is brimming with talent and one who has the stage presence and personality fans love! Debbie has fun when she performs and it shows!

  Debbie was raised in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada and now makes her home in Maine and Florida. Her father Gerry Myers was one of the original members of the "Bunkhouse Boys" a name synonymous with country music in the Maritimes. Debbie grew up in the industry and came to appreciate the pure prideful sound of Maritime Country. True to her roots she carries a bit of her musical heritage with her whenever she walks out on stage. Extremely versatile, she plays keyboards, drums and guitar. Her forte though is vocals. Debbie has a style that has been likened to that of Patsy Cline, and Reba McEntire yet it's uniquely her own. She has a talent for injecting a piece of herself into every song. She not only sing them, she feel them. A quality recognized by the many fans she's touched during her performing career.

  Currently she performs with her group "Redneck Rodeo," which has become an anticipated feature event at many fairs within New England. During the winter months in Florida she performs with Freddy "Tommy" Thompson. In a career that has spanned more than 30 years, her talent has brought her three top-10 hit singles. Her first single "Strong Enough to Bend" became a top ten hit and stayed on the charts for over 16 weeks to then be released by Tanya Tucker who made it an international number 1.  The single helped make her name familiar to Canadian audiences. The second single "Me And The Man In The Moon" reached #2 on the Canadian charts. The third single "I Don't Go Home Anymore" was also another top ten hit single. Debbie continues to record in Nashville with songs written by herself and her sister Shirley along with some old favorites. Shirley has also had 15 top ten hit singles on radio and CMT Canada demonstrating that musical success certainly runs in the family!

  Besides her recording experience, TV appearances and live radio shows, Debbie's many musical credits included performances with Darrell Worley, Mark Wills, Highway 101, Shenandoah, Steve Wariner, David Ball, Bobby Bare, Tom Wopat, Doug Kershaw, Mickey Gilley and Little Jimmy Dickens. Doors are opening as a  gifted singer musician and songwriter. Her talent, personality, performance savvy and determination continues to carry her as far as she wants to go in the music industry. Look for her at the top.

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