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Debbie Hennessey was named AC40 Female Artist of the Year by New Music Weekly as well as charting a Top 20 Hit on NMW’s AC40 Charts. Her song Believe was used in an episode of The Moment, which aired on USA and UHD Networks and the music video for the song Good As Gone was featured on the broadcast TV shows Extra and The Next GAC Star. She is a multiple ASCAPlus Award recipient, was included on compilation CDs including CMT's New Music Collection, GoGirls MusicFest, Songsalive!, Beautiful-Women on the Move and more. She was named Best Vocalist of the Month by SingerUniverse, has received Honorable Mentions from the Billboard World Song Contest, Great American Song Contest and West Coast Songwriters Contest. Debbie is a writer for Studio 51 Music, Pacifica Music and others providing original songs for their film and tv music libraries. She is a voting member of the NARAS/GRAMMYS and a writer/publisher member of ASCAP. All of Debbie's cds and singles are available through several music outlets including iTunes, CDBaby, and Amazon, or by calling 1-800-BUY-MY-CD. For more info visit www.debbiehennessey.com
Some reviews:
"Hennessey's bold, husky delivery puts its imprint on her material, whose catchy hooks and spot-on arrangements show she knows her stuff and is surrounded by pro-calibre talent. Hennessey is a skilled artist whose polished work commands respect." - Music Connection
"Los Angeles-based country-rocker Debbie Hennessey can sing the shingles off a barn.... her voice is magnificent..." Michael Scott Cain, Rambles
(Sugar & Rain) "As soon as the first strains of this song begin, and Debbie’s utterly unique voice starts to cut through the pleasing slide guitar, I was immediately drawn in…what you get when you hear Debbie sing is a rich, vibrant tone that’s full of life. It’s husky but polished, and that’s a rare and distinctive sound. While Debbie’s voice seems to sit somewhere in the middle of country, blues and pop, the song “Sugar and Rain” definitely has a classic country feel and arrangement. By the time the chorus comes in, it already felt familiar, which is what the best country songs do. They tell a story. Here, Debbie (along with fellow songwriters Courtney Leigh Heins and Jeffery Marshall) explores the relationship dynamic that develops over time, creating a brand new version of the “I don’t know where you end and I begin” theme…If you’re looking for twang and formulaic country songs, flip on CMT. If you’re seeking out something different, then open your ears up to the soulful voice of Debbie Hennessey." Heidi Drockelman Indie-Music.com
"Good As Gone, her (Hennessey's) thirteen-song collection of Nashville-ready tunes serves as wake-up call to radio programmers everywhere. Somebody sign this girl!" Mike Parker, BuddyHollywood
"Good as Gone" is a an deep crock pot simple yet emotionally satisfying vocal arrangements set up very well amid a blend of electric slide and acoustic guitars. It's country. It's Soul. It's Rock and a smigen of pop. Debbie's music has a grace that is beautiful and greatly needed." Unsigned the Magazine


Award Winning Artist Debbie Hennessey Releases New CD No Longer Broken!
The long awaited third full-length cd No Longer Broken from Award Winning singer and songwriter Debbie Hennessey contains nine brand new songs of contemporary country, rock and blues all in Debbie’s distinctive and soulful voice and was produced and mixed by highly regarded guitarist Jeffery “Big Red” Marshall at Red Rover Productions.
It all starts with the songs and Hennessey co-wrote 8 of the nine songs with Marshall as co-writer on 6 of those, together they wrote Every Song Is You, Whiskey Charm, No Longer Broken, Sugar and Rain, You Can't Unpull A Trigger and Right For Right Now. Other co-writers include: Courtney Leigh Heins - Sugar and Rain, Every Song Is You; Lexie Hofer - No Longer Broken; Athena Marie - I'm Leaving the Fairytale Behind; and Tracee Perrin - Let Me Go; Lexie Hofer also wrote the one cover song on the cd a duet she sings with Debbie called Women
The cd features top-notch LA based musicians including: Jeffery Marshall – guitars & bass, Charlie Waymire - drums, Lao Tizer – piano & organ, Aubrey Richmond – violin & fiddle, Andrew Megna - drums, Kevin Chown - bass, Bryan Dobbs – dobro & banjo, Matt Gendal – drums & percussion, Clayton Severson – harmonica & backup vocals, Lexie Hofer – backup vocals, and Courtney Leigh Heins – backup vocals. Additional Mixing by Charlie Waymire at Ultimate Studios, Inc. Mastered by Paul Wickcliffe of Skyline Productions, Inc. Artwork by Orlando Rios and photos of Debbie by Joe Bonn.
No Longer Broken is available at iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon, etc. Physical copies of the cd are available at CD Baby through their website or by 1-800-Buy-My-CD!
Debbie Hennessey was named AC40 Female Artist of the Year by New Music Weekly as well as charting a Top 20 Hit on NMW’s AC40 Charts. Her song Believe was used in an episode of The Moment, which aired on USA and UHD Networks and the music video for the song Good As Gone was featured on the broadcast TV shows Extra and The Next GAC Star. She is a multiple ASCAPlus Award recipient, was included on compilation CDs including CMT's New Music Collection, GoGirls MusicFest, Songsalive!, Beautiful-Women on the Move and more. She was named Best Vocalist of the Month by SingerUniverse, has received Honorable Mentions from the Billboard World Song Contest, Great American Song Contest and West Coast Songwriters Contest. Debbie is a writer for Studio 51 Music, Pacifica Music and others providing original songs for their film and tv music libraries. She is a voting member of the NARAS/GRAMMYS and a writer/publisher member of ASCAP. All of Debbie's cds and singles are available through several music outlets including iTunes, CDBaby, and Amazon, or by calling 1-800-BUY-MY-CD. For more info visit www.debbiehennessey.com.
Contact: Rustic Heart Records, debbie_hennessey@hotmail.com.

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