Debbie Forrest began her music career in Nashville, TN in 2004 with the release of her first album Long Ride Home produced by Ian Fitchuk and Justin Loucks (Amy Grant, Griffin House, Mindy Smith, Thad Cockrell). In 2008 Debbie moved home to Texas to be a full time worship leader. She plays regularly in every place from clubs all over Texas and in Nashville, to churches, to regular appearances in women’s prisons. She is a part of the Americana group The Grievous Angels.
In 2011 Debbie released her second album The Train Song, which was produced by Robbie Seay and Dan Workman (ZZ Top, Destiny’s Child, John Evans, Clay Walker). Its tracks are deeply moving, melodic and captivating. Debbie’s songs, much like her life, are rooted in faith and burned by trial. The Train Song is a singer/songwriter album at heart but has soul like Texas Red Dirt music.
Debbie believes in forgiveness, so she stayed with music through the ups & downs. She sings songs of both despair & redemption, and radiates joy and energy. Flying back and forth between worship halls and dance halls, Debbie’s joy is contagious. Come watch her and you just might catch it.