Vocalist Debbie Lane has explored many music genres including jazz, pop, rock and R&B. She has performed in such Boston area venues as Ryles Jazz Club, Scullers, Thelonious Monkfish Restaurant and Somerville Arts at the Armory.  Debbie is releasing her new CD, This Happy Madness, in the spring of 2015.  Debbie describes the album as a "collection of songs by favorite composers that span the many genres of music I love, from the 1920’s to today, with arrangements that are borrowed or reimagined."  Debbie co-produced the album with music director Bill Duffy and vocal coach Rebecca Parris.  Band personnel includes Bill Duffy, piano; John Baboian, guitar; Bob Bowlby, tenor sax and flute; Thomas Hebb, bass; Steve Langone, drums.    

Vocalist Debbie Lane has explored many music genres including jazz, pop, rock and R&B. She has performed in such Boston area venues as Ryles Jazz Club, Scullers, Thelonious Monkfish Restaurant and Somerville Arts at the Armory.  Debbie is releasing her new CD, This Happy Madness, in the spring of 2015.  Debbie describes the album as a "collection of songs by favorite composers that span the many genres of music I love, from the 1920’s to today, with arrangements that are borrowed or reimagined."  Debbie co-produced the album with music director Bill Duffy and vocal coach Rebecca Parris.  Band personnel includes Bill Duffy, piano; John Baboian, guitar; Bob Bowlby, tenor sax and flute; Thomas Hebb, bass; Steve Langone, drums.

 

 

 Photo: Liz Linder