•Inducted into the Maine's Country Hall of Fame in 2015'

Top Honors recipient at the 2006 & 2007 Maine Academy of Country Music awards as “Best Female  Vocalist” and “Entertainer of the Year.”   

Has recorded 6 albums in Nashville and Canada which played on Canadian, US, New Zealand radio.

In a career that has spanning more than 40 years, has brought her three top-10 hit singles  on Canadian radio.

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 No 1.

Toured throughout Canada and the US with performances in Nashville, Branson and Florida to sold-out audiences. Performed for Television, Fairs, Festivals, Corporate functions, RV Resorts and Bus groups  etc…

Debbie’s “Tribute to the Grand Ole Opry Show,” had a four year run that received rave reviews from her fans. She paid tribute through authentic performances of Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette,  Loretta Lynn, Reba McEntire and Crystal Gayle.

Debbie has shared the stage with many renowned artists e.g. Anne Murray, Steve Wariner, Darrell Worley, Mark Wills, Highway 101, Shenandoah, David Ball, Bobby Bare, Tom Wopat, Doug Kershaw, Mickey Gilley and Little Jimmy Dickens.

Debbie Myers
International Recording Artist

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