Saturday, July 18, 2009

Deborah Crooks

Hey it me indiemusicnarts again to tell you about Deborah Crooks. She is a great singer. Here are some of her songs Where You're Going ,Turn It All Red,Miss Me Sometime,Adding Water to the Ashes,Believe,Joy,Tailbone,Only One (w/Sayla Dobro) and It's All Up to You . My fav song is joy. I love your music Deborah Crooks. Hey you can talk to here at Deborah Crooks She also have a myspace facebook and a website. She rock if you dont like here music you dont know what your missing. But it fine with me. You rock Deborah Crooks. Here are some stuff she like to do "Deborah Crooks pours stiff shots of brains, soul and guts into her compositions..."-Flavorpill. "Wonderful work," --Don Campau Singing about faith, love and loss, Deborah is an intimate and edgy artist whose work is dedicated to peace and the process of liberation. With lyric-writing skills are honed by a lifetime of writing, world travel and study of yoga and Buddhism, she's also widely published as an essayist, journalist and poet. Her songs haves received national airplay and been featured on compilations including the Java with Jahvalin Indie Artist CD 2005 ("You Are Home" DCrooks/B.Z. Lewis) and Indie Music For Life Compilation (2007), and the RockerGirl Discoveries CD ("Dream Me" from her first EP "5 Acres" 2003). Deborah has appeared at the 2006 Millenium Music Conference, the 2005 RockerGirl Magazine Music Convention, during SXSW week in Austin, TX, Sunset Junction, the California Music Fest and was a featured performer at the 2007 Harmony Festival. She's also performed at the Grey Eagle in Asheville, NC, Arlene's Grocery in New York and the Knitting Factory in Los Angeles. In 2008 she returned to the studio with producer Ben Bernstein (formerly of New Monsoon) to release a full-length CD "Adding Water to the Ashes" which is receiving national and international airplay. Oft compared to Mazzy Star, Chrissie Hynde and the Cowbow Junkies, her sound draws on equal parts rock and roll, the blues and the songwriter tradition. In early 2009, she participated in the 2009 RPM Challenge, co-writing a new collection of original blues tunes with another San Francisco songwriter, Alex Walsh, some of which will be released as an EP in Fall 2009. Well I have to go talk later.

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