Deborah Lynn – An evening of originals and the songs I wish I had written

18 February 2023 @ 7:30 PM
Old Church Theatre
940 Bonisteel Rd Trenton ON
Deborah Lynn - An evening of originals and the songs I wish I had written @ Old Church Theatre

Award winning country singer/songwriter Deborah Lynn was born and raised in Stirling Ontario.  Traditional country roots with musical influences in folk and classic rock paired with her incredible vocal talent consistently leave audiences wanting to hear more.

Deborah Lynn started singing, playing guitar and sharpening her songwriting skills from a young age. However, music was put on the backburner after college while she was a small business owner in Toronto. It was a fateful trip to Nashville that reignited her artistic passion and put her on the road to becoming a rising country music artist. There she had the opportunity to play the songwriter’s open mic at the iconic Bluebird Café and join the house band on stage for a couple songs at the famed Tootsies on Broadway.

Proud CCMA and CMAO member Deborah Lynn released her debut single April 17th, 2020 called Revive a Ghost.  It quickly rose to Number 1 on the Canadian Indie Country Countdown and was nominated for a Josie Award for best female country song.  The Josie Awards, hosted in Tennessee, are the largest international Indie Awards show with upwards of 50,000 submissions annually.  For Deborah Lynn, watching her debut single rocketing all the way to the top of the Canadian Indie Country chart cemented that decision to jump in with both feet.

2022 was an exciting year for Deborah Lynn as she had the amazing opportunity to open for Canadian Country music star Jade Eagleson at her hometown Stirling Fair.  She was also featured on the main stage at several festivals throughout the area including the Hollyrood Jamboree and the Country Country Jamboree.  Released in April, her second single Something Good, channels her country music influences to tell an enchanting tale about letting go of the past.  Foregoing the traditional take on despair in love songs, Deborah Lynn frames “Something Good” as a bright reflection on personal growth and overcoming the negative obstacles in life. “This is a song about letting go of the past, learning from it, and knowing that if you are patient enough, good things will come your way,” she shares.  Her third single Rosé All Day is a double down stomp-stomp and an irresistible sing-along chorus that Deborah Lynn punches through with her bright, sassy vocal.  Released in August 2022 Rosé All Day landed a coveted spot on the much-loved list of summer party anthems. Both releases rose to the top 10 on the Canadian Indie Country Countdown with Rosé All day cracking the top 5.

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