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I'll be returning the Universal Bar & Grill for the first time in several years for an extended acoustic show with guitarist/co-writer/producer Jeffery Marshall and Carla Buffa on guitars and backup vocals. We will be playing almost all the songs from the new cd No Longer Broken along with some songs from previous releases. Be sure to get there early for the 8pm set because one of my awesome co-writers Courtney Leigh Heins along with David Lillich for a full set of their music. Courtney co-wrote 2 of the songs from the new cd and her music has been used in film and tv many times. Universal Bar & Grill is a great place to see live music with plenty of seating. We hope you will join us.Save
Sounds Like: Lady Antebellum, Adele, Eagles, Sugarland, Demi Lovato
Label: Rustic Heart Records
Manager: Rustic Heart Records
Bio: Debbie Hennessey was named AC40 Female Artist of the Year by New Music Weekly as well as charting a Top 20 Hit on NMW’s AC40 Charts. Her song Believe was used in an episode of The Moment, which aired on USA Network and the music video for the song Good As Gone was featured on the broadcast TV sho...See Full Bio
“Sometimes the boulevard of broken dreams is really a highway of smashed hearts. LA-based singer/songwriter Hennessey been down that road. But No Longer Broken is in the past tense; she's looking in her rearview mirror, leaving the dashed hopes and bad shit behind…honest talk from a strong woman; the music is brimming with infectious pop/rock melodies even when the lyrics are tossing poison darts…While there are country flavors in the grooves, this is definitely a West Coast record…producer Jeffery Marshall's riffs give a kick…the title cut offers a feeling of emotional uplift from all the heartache…killer slide guitar makes it go down soulful and easy. When Hennessey lets it rip, she doesn't hold back. "Liar, cheater," she rages on "You Can't Unpull a Trigger." The mean harmonica captures the anguish in her singing. On "Let Me Go," Hennessey leaves her soul bare - and the listener breathless. Breaking up may be hard to do, but it's worth it if it inspires albums as excellent ”