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Deborah McColl had an established career as a solo singer/songwriter on the East Coast before relocating to the Los Angeles area nearly two decades ago. In some circles, however, she is still best known as the original “Reeferette” in Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band. From 1978 to 1982 - the period that harmonica player Fingers Taylor refers to as the “heavy artillery days” - she toured with Buffett, recording six albums and co-writing two songs.
But McColl’s solo work is not about Margaritas. Her songs are fresh and inspiring - some are country/folk with a twist of bluegrass, others poetic and moody, but all have a modern edge.