With intimate, pure vocals and her moody evocative songs convey a sense of passion, honesty and vulnerability that is rare in the climate of today. Deborah has 5 song placements from PORTAL in Film and T.V. 'Pearl' has been placed for the second time in a film. The latest film was called 'The Smokers' with Thora Birch and Dominique Swain. 'Say What You Mean' has been placed in syndicated '21 Jump Street'. 'Naked' in 'Silk Stalkings'. 'Melting Girl' a song from Deborah's A&M RECORD days was placed in the syndicated series, 'Hunter', not to mention her new band, The Cherry Bluestorms version of 'Violent Heart' also placed in a 'Hunter' episode. 'Washed Away' off of PORTAL was also placed in 'Hunter'. 'Hunter' series will air on TV LAND. Radio airplay: USA / KSCA; KLOS 95.5FM; KPFK 90.7FM; KKCR 90.9FM; K-Beach (CSLUB/COLLEGE) EUROPEAN: BBC; Netherlands; Holland; Belgium. Attracting the attention of industry insiders, Deborah has worked with producers/engineers Chris Lord-Alge (Tina Turner/Joe Cocker), Mike Clink (Guns and Roses), CJ DeVillar (Michael Jackson/Sisqo) and Jon Ingoldsby (Elton John/Madonna). HERE'S WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING: 'Gee's stage and vocal presence is sensual, angelic and electrifying.' ~ Patrick Melanson, Musical Director for Half Moon Festival/New Hampshire 'Gee isn't your standard cookie-cutter, girl-with-a-guitar-and-a-bunch-of-poems singer. She's closer in style and heart to Peter Gabriel and U2 ~~ there is a filling largeness to her tunes that transcend the speakers ~~ than anyone else I can think of. Diametrically, her songs are both subtle and sensual, deeply personal yet they are also of that rare ilk: they are hummable too.' ~ Entertainment Today '...so sweetly combines vulnerability with defiance... Texas Joan of Arc' ~Music Connection~ 'Gee and her band...create music that's every bit as powerful as it is delicate and sensual.Her music comes from a deep, vulnerable place, and Gee has the ability to share herself'. ~The Flash~ 'Deborah Gee has a voice worth hearing and Portal is a collection of songs worth listening to.' ~ Desert Post Weekly.