There's 'More to be Said' for Debbie Antony

Following the release of her album aptly titled More to be Said, singer/songwriter Debbie Antony is ready to take her music to the people...

Following the release of her album aptly titled More to be Said, singer/songwriter Debbie Antony is ready to take her music to the people!

“Now that I've released my album, "More to Be Said," (10/4/19) Im ready to start working on promoting the album, playing shows, and working with other artists and connections from my time recording in Nashville.
"I'd like to keep branching out and setting up tours, working on new music for a record release, and doing more of the same....what I love... and that is performing and recording!", she said.

Nothing has been as rewarding for the artist than the opportunity of being part of this industry and being able to share her own story through music.
“I started out my music career later in my life...at a time where I was at the height of my confidence, freedom, and talent. Raising my children and running a successful speaking/consulting business took all of my energy in my earlier years. I now have the freedom to pursue those dreams. The journey has taken a lot of different turns: from recording my first album in my hometown, to getting signed by a small Nashville recording label, to moving out on my own as an indie artist, to recording a record in Nashville with fast-rising producer, Gena Johnson, to recording a duet, "There's A Part Of Me" with country artist, Dillon Carmichael, to opening for some big country acts. Every step of this journeyno matter how smallhas been so rewarding.
“There's no doubt that a music career is incredibly challenging; but I can honestly say that every time I think that this is too difficult and I'm outta here...that something happens to just reassure me that I'm at the right place at the right time. The hard work and money (for an indie artist) that it takes to record an album can be a little overwhelming, but when the discipline, hard work, investmentthe 'blood, sweat and tears' is all said and done, there is nothing like the feeling of accomplishment that is felt when the actual 'product' is in my hand...and my heart and life is being heard through my music", said Debbie.

The musical journey has definitely provided Debbie with a lot of highlights to look back on fondly, some of which she was more than happy to share with Urban Craft magazine in a recent interview.
 “The most notable project has been of course recording my album in Nashville! I was able to work with some of the most recognizable musicians in country music. It was exhilarating to be the one in charge of leading these incredible musicians. Each one gave 100% effort, sharing ideas from their vast experience to find the perfect approach to represent my voice and message of each song. One cool backstory from this album is that I decided to record a song from Wynonna Judd called, 'Jesus And A Jukebox', a song that was not famous, but I had heard at one of her concerts.
“When I got to the studio to track this song, I found out that the bass player, Steve Mackey, had played on the recording with Wynonna Judd! If that wasn't cool enough, I found out that the sound engineer, Leslie Richter, had engineered that song (and the whole record) for Wynonna. The engineer shared with Wynonna that I was recording her song and reached out to me to tell me that it was one of her 3 top songs ever. "Wynonna proceeded to tell me how she was disappointed that it didn't make it as a single, and that she wanted me to go for it and make that song my own! I ended up meeting her a couple weeks later...and leaving with the words that 'we will connect again' and that she knows I'll make her proud!", said the musician.

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