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“...With no horns, no keyboards, and no fuss, Deb Seitz and crew have successfully shown how a simple line up can use intricate arrangements. The result is listeners get twice as much great music compared to some overly honked and hyper wonked mish-mash! That’s a promise!”
“Filling the Seitz: Blues singer part of Sunday's benefit concert Spotlight column by Tom Lounges ...Seitz seemed to come out of nowhere, when she beat out 20 other singers to take first place in a 2002 "Janis Joplin Memorial Sing-Off" held at Dick's Last Resort in Chicago. That little bit of fame helped secure gigs for her then-fledgling club act, The Neighborhood Blues Band. Seitz then moved on to spend nearly a year fronting an ever-evolving ensemble called The Chicago Blues Posse. That same year, Seitz was named a finalist in the WCKG Radio-sponsored "Best Unsigned Vocalist Contest" held at Chicago's House of Blues... ”
“The Blues Blowtorch Society Genreal Meeting Minutes – June 15, 2006 Entertainment – Steve Mehlberg Steve reported that the Central Illinois Blues Challenge on June 4 was a great success. Deb Seitz and the Swank Daddies were selected to represent the BBS in Memphis in February....”
“04/12/08: The Deb Seitz Band at Harlem Avenue Lounge ...her subsequent smile was contagious. Did I mention that Ms. Seitz is a great blues singer? Music reviewers around town are in agreement with me on that point. From diva growls to soft and sweet, she has it covered. Her stage presence is engaging and comfortable. Did Deb and her band capture lightning in a bottle for their inaugural show, or can we expect this kind of great entertainment from them again? Join me next time they play and we can enjoy them together. ”