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Debbie Fleming has had a very successful career as a singer for over 30 years. R&B formed her soul. Classical and jazz formed her brain and intellect - and she is known for her vocal sight-reading chops - learned while singing for over 30 years in the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Debbie has sung backups for many noted artists, including Petula Clark, David Clayton Thomas, and has released many recordings featuring her prolific and versatile song writing and arrangements. These days - she sings with The Hampton Avenue 4, The Mendelssohn Choir, as a solo jazz chanteuse, house concerts, and her Songs of the Sixties show, and guesting with R&B bands. Arranging and writing songs takes up a lot of her energies - she is a busy girl!