Debby (singer/songwriter) broke onto the rock-soul music dance scene with her #5 Billboard summer anthem Dive in 2004. Holiday followed the smash hit Dive with her power ballad Half A Mile Away, which shot into the Billboard Top 10, along with Debby’s follow-up dance hit Bring It On.
All of Debby’s subsequent dance singles broke into the Billboard Top 20 including, Piece of My Love & Surrender Me (with the incredible Tony Moran), Joyful Sound, featured in the hit show Sordid Lives: The Series, from writer/director/producer Del Shores, starring Olivia Newton John.
Her father Jimmy Holiday was a passionate and soulful artist, topping the charts with several of his own singles before going on to co-write such hits as Understanding by Ray Charles and Jackie DeShannon’s Put A Little Love In Your Heart
Debby has shared the stage with legendary recording artists like Rod Stewart, Joe Walsh, John Waite and Kiss, appearing on several television programs including The View and The David Letterman Show.
Debby continues to pump up the volume — on the dance floors, live with her rock/soul band, and on television. Her placements have included, NBC’s The Office, E! Entertain-ment’s, How Do I Look, FX Networks Dirt, Showtime’s hit The L Word, Queer As Folk another Showtime hit, used two of Debby’s tracks including “Dive” & “Half A Mile Away” in their episodic finale. As well as several recent MTV music placements in various shows.
Debby hit the Billboard Charts twice. Never Give Up with the amazing San Francisco based DJ Phil B. and Key To Your Soul (co-written with DJ John LePage & Jeff Fedak) & includes an anti-bullying themed video for the song (directed by Del Shores).
Her single “I Like You” with Grammy Winning Producer/Dj Tony Moran hit #5 on the Billboard Dance Charts.