Debbie Nunn


Debbie Nunn

Many are simply born with the talent. This is also the case for Debbi Nunn. The youngest of five children entered the world in an Australian hospital – vocal and entertaining just like the legend. The doctor on duty certified to Debbie’s mother: “Your daughter has formidably good vocal cords.” The man in the white coat was definitely right. Yet at the time the doctor could not foresee what these vocal cords would have the ability to do in later life.
Music, music, music … Debbie Nunn’s entire life has always been connected to notes, melodies and rhythms. Already at four years old – by which time the Nunn family had moved to London – nothing could entice her away from the radio. When she was ten years old she wrote her first song: The beginning of a creative, intensive relationship that would grow more every year.

Nevertheless: As passionate as the love for music may be – the path to a professional career is anything but easy and comfortable; it is stony and steep and quite often leads into really difficult terrain. This was also the case for the full-blooded musician Debbie Nunn and the stages in her life: music school, dance studies, cover band singer, band leader. Hard going but also with a good schooling. “Here I developed my skills” said Debbie Nunn looking back, “it was not easy but I don’t regret any day. Today I can reap the fruit of these efforts."

Her career took a new direction in 2004 when she got to know the famous producer and songwriter Spencer Jaye. In collaboration with him she recorded her first album “Always in My Heart” – a mixture of pop and country, which received a whole series of nominations in 2005 (among which three nominations for the UK Country Radio Awards). Debbie Nunn toured all over the world in the run up to this peak, with concerts in Las Vegas, Russia, Asia and the legendary "Blue Bird Cafe" in Nashville.How the singer, who counts Shirley Temple, Julie Andrews and Madonna as her influences, is actually in this position, will become clear for the first time with her second album "Here for You": 14 tracks full of suspense bordering country, pop and rock. Good humoured party hits like “Look so Good” alternative with heart-reaching ballads like “If Love Can Move Mountains” and melodic rock songs like “Wanna Make You Love Me”.

The CD produced in collaboration with Spencer Jaye shows Debbie Nunn to be a diverse singer and passionate interpreter - but also as a mature song writer. She was involved in co-writing ten tracks on the album and she wrote the wonderfully balladesque and harmonically polished title track alone. It is: the best track on the album and at the same time a promise for further successful hits from the convincing musical artist.