Flame of Love
Record label: Texas diamond Who *is* Debbie White, anyway? Born in Hope Arkansas, Debbie spent most of her years around Temple, Texas. For the past 15 years she has been living in the Fort Worth area. Since the age of five, she has taken every opportunity to sing simply for the love of the music and the warm response she gets from her audiences. Debbie has made many appearances in Branson: at Buck Trent's Breakfast Theatre, at Mel Tillis' Mole Hole and at the Campbell's Jubilation Theatre where she opened the show for Tom T. Hall. Debbie also opened for Tracy Lawrence and Colin Raye at the Texas Denim Festival held in Littlefield, Texas (outside of Lubbock.) Debbie has been honored with many awards and currently holds titles for Female Entertainer of the Year from the Lone Star Music Association and from Coast to Coast Magazine as well as Female Vocalist from 1999 through 2002. Debbie just released her second CD titled 'Flame of Love' produced by 3 time Grammy winner, Phil York. 'Flame of Love' is up for five Grammy contentions, including 'Single of the Year,' 'Best Female Country Vocal Performance for song 'Nobody Loves Me Like The Blues,' and 'Country Album of the Year.' Debbie's other contentions are 'Best Female Country Vocal Performance' for songs, 'Cowboy Cute Cowgirl Crazy,' and 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow.' Quite an accomplishment on one CD! European promotions will be the next step for her career, assisted by James Allen of James Allen Promotions, who is well known for helping 'Boxcar Willie' become one of the all time best selling country music artists in UK history. Debbie is currently in high demand, playing clubs and other venues around the Dallas - Fort Worth area. She has worked the Texas - Oklahoma Opry circuit and is sought after for private functions, festivals and fairs throughout the state. You can always expect a high energy performance from this vivacious performer... All content copyrighted © 2004 to it's various creators. All rights reserved. Taking or using anything without express written permission is plagiarism, and will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. Updated: December 14, 2004.