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Deborah is a seasoned musician with a warm, sultry voice. She is an accomplished piano player, and has a repertoire ranging from Diana Krall to Lady Gaga and almost everything in between. Born and raised in East London, Deborah has performed at most of the top entertainment venues in South Africa, including Sun City, Baxter Theatre, Montecasino, Emperor’s Palace and the Grahamstown Arts Festival. She regularly appears as the featured vocalist at the award-winning Signature restaurant. She has also performed for the corporate events of bluechip companies such as Anglo American, Johnson & Johnson and MTN. Deborah has been invited to perform in Dubai and Muscat on numerous occasions. 2008 took her to the top of Radio Jacaranda charts with her recording of “Baby I’m a Want You”. Deborah was a radio presenter on East Rand FM, co-hosting their Drive Time Show from January 2012 until May 2013. Deborah joins Mid Cities FM in December 2013, hosting their show from 09h00 to 12h00 from Monday to Friday. She also has numerous ads and voice overs under her belt. As a Master of Ceremonies, Deborah’s clients include the Three Cities Hotel Group, The Wanderer’s Club, The Compliance Institute of SA and Emperors Palace. Add a touch of class to your event – book Deborah today.

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Contemporary hits, 60's to current, jazz.



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