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Deborah Magone

Genre: Rock & Blues

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Deborah Magone

DEBORAH MAGONE - Guitarist, Vocalist, Songwriter, Producer, & Activist was  crowned Rochester , NY’s “ Queen of Blues Rock” by Freetime Entertainment Magazine .

A onetime student of  Rochester, NY jazz guitar legend Richard “Dick” Longale ,and the only female member of his famous “Wailing Wall”, over her career Deborah  has opened up for and/or jammed with some of the best between New York & California such as Lou Gramm, Eddie Money, Peter Frampton, Talas, Dakota, Shooting Star, The Campbell Brothers, Tammy Diddley (daughter of Bo) , GRAMMY winner Janice Marie Johnson ( A Taste of Honey), Chris & Joe Beard , Mitch Mitchell (Jimi Hendrix), & Tim Bogert (Vanilla Fudge) among others. She’s played in venues too numerous to list, including a six month gig at the House of Blues (on the Disney lot in Anaheim, CA with 2 young kids in tow!).

Deborah’s original music has received international exposure & airplay, stretching from the United States to Canada, Australia, France, Italy, the UK & Asia .

Currently Deborah's entered into a new songwriting collaboration and genre with 4 time  #1 Billboard charting lyricist Mike Greenly and composer Scott Williamson. Her new Dance / Pop EP “ Up to Us “ will be submitted for Grammy consideration this Fall.

“This girls got it!”

- Eddie Money

“ Deborah has command of the stage, very electrifying! ”

– Ron Nevison - Producer  (Led Zeppelin, The Who, Heart)

“...from bluesy barroom rock ‘n’ roller to grandiose chanteuse.... Magone’s dusky voice is still there, but I don’t remember her range being so stratospheric; she pegs the high notes effortlessly” (Frank DeBlase).

" I get CD's from many major blues labels on a regular basis, also Americana artists. …..” Deborah’s “Alternate Realities “ rocks & the acoustic tunes are soulful & pretty. ..... the best CD I have received in a long, long time. "

- Brother Wease

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