Wednesday August 31, 2011
Songs and Stories
Bergeron plays Bozzini's Sept 15
Submitted by Debbie Bergeron
ongwriter Recording Artist Debbie Bergeron will take you through a walk in her shoes and discover her songs from her 3 albums in a concert entitled Songs and Stories accompanied by Jeff Bowman on guitar.
Date: Thursday, Sept 15 2011
Doors at 6:00 pm Show 8:00 pm Tickets 16 + tax on sale now at Bozzinis or
for more info call 604-792-0744 Bozzinis upstairs (lounge).
Debbie Bergeron bio
Doors are opening and the world is discovering the artist who has quietly and independently kept true to herself and her music. Playing to intimate audiences at songwriting showcases at the Nashville Bluebird Café, Opry Mills Gibson Café, McBurney Café and the Duncan Garage Showroom to then to headlining festivals and fairs. Debbie gives 100 %.
She has performed for 5 consecutive years at the Livingroom in Vancouver for the homeless as part of her charity work. She has self-produced concerts at the former Arts Centre in Chilliwack, and the UFV Chilliwack, to singing the national anthems at Nat Bailley Stadium, Stetson Bowl at the Cloverdale Rodeo, Western Speedway in Victoria, and Ride to Live in Chilliwack for Prostate Cancer.
Quotes from Europe
TLC Radio- New Zealand- Your voice is so strong and confident
Paul Johansen- Denmark - Great voice
Country Music in Britain - Powerful clear voice, best CD I've
heard in a long time
Max Achatz in Germany- I'm always looking for the real thing,
I think that Debbie has it!!!
Ted Clark - Netherlands - She comes breezing into town with the
hammer down and her gutsy voice knocks everyone out of their boots
Debbie has been climbing the ladder rung by rung now headlining at festivals and fairs around the province. She is right at home on stage. She has performed 3 times at the Merritt Mnt Music Fest, 2009 headlined for the Country Gospel Segment.
Headlined at the Cottonwood Music
Festival in Fort St. James, and
performed at the Stan Nelson Music Fest and 2 more performances at the Sylvia's Music Fest outside Quesnel. Abbotsford Agri-fair 5 times and headlining last year, she opened the Rockin River Music Fest last year in Mission, performed at the NWW Fair in Lynden, headlined at Port Alberni Salmonfest, headlined at the Saanich Fair in Victoria, Billy Barker Days in Quesnel and many many more.
Debbie has given permission for certain charities to use her music for their fundraising. The BCSPCA took her song and through CANWEST distributed the compilation disc nationwide.
Her song Please Don't Forget Me is also on route to our nations capital with Walk 4 Justice and her song Break the chain has been used at many Celebrations for Women and Transition Society functions.
Debbie also works at events for the
food bank and was a featured artist at the Clarke Theatre in Mission for a
wonderful Christmas concert. Again for the food bank a performance in Kamloops
at the Calvary Community Church entitled a Cowboy Christmas.
She has performed for many charities such as the Paralympic Torch Relay, Special Olympics, the mentally handicapped, the elderly and the juvenile arthritis fundraiser.
Nominations include Most Promising Writer, Most Promising Writer/Artist, Album of the Year, 4 time Female Vocalist, International Achievement, New Artist of the Horizon and 2 time winner of the Country Gospel
Debbie is not afraid to roll up her
sleeves and get the job done.
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