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On her debut release, COLD WIND, she takes her audience by storm and stands out as a Jazz and Blues dynamo. COLD WIND teams Deborah with collaborating songwriter Wolfgang Grasekamp who, together, found success on this album. Thanks to the overall enthusiasm and compliments from fans they have completed her second release WARM BREEZE. The trend continues with an eclectic set of energetic performances, featuring a wide range of material and styles, from fresh interpretations of timeless standards to the cutting edge originality of new tracks like 'Cold Wind' and 'Uptown Tonight' and 'Journey With You' and 'Unmistakable You' all cowritten by Deborah and Wolfgang.

Be sure to catch Deborah Abrams' live, and experience one of San Diego's premier song stylists. She also appears as a guest artist with several well-known bands around town, including venues in the Gaslamp quarter, downtown. But for now, find a comfortable place to enjoy Deborah's gentle melodies and dynamic, swinging energy as she serenades your ears and touches your heart. Her heartfelt thanks to all her friends, fans and musicians for their kindness and support that help to fuel her creative energy.

Here are some  sound clips from the Deborah Abrams CD
 Warm Breeze

About the musicians on Deborah's CD's
Wolfgang Grasekamp studied in Germany at the Conservatory of Bremen. He taught music and played with a number of German Artists. He toured Europe with Hazel O'Connor and Tony Sheridan and recorded, produced, and played live with them. Wolfgang is also owner of Seven Corner Studio where he produced Deborah's first two albums. In 1999 he fell in love with San Diego and stayed. Tobin Hinkle is a native San Diegan. He began his musical career as a bass player in Winter Park, Florida. Returning to San Diego he played with groups including "Blue Edge" and "Chicago Flash". After that he played in Florida with the "Smashing Atoms". Continuing his musical career in San Diego, he played with the "Grinders", "Shakey Ground", "The Monks", and "David Humphries".

Deborah's personal song list



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