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Saturday
Mar232019

"New Road Home" - Available NOW

Hello music lover!

"New Road Home" is now on sale at all major online retailers!

Sample the songs and buy the album today at:

bit.ly/NewRoadHome_iTunes
bit.ly/NewRoadHome_Amazon
bit.ly/NewRoadHome_CDBaby

Or order directly from me if you’d like a signed copy; I will be happy to oblige!

Send $20 ($15 plus $5 shipping) to me via:

Venmo @DeborahBerg-McCarthy
OR
PayPal paypal.me/DeborahBergMusic

Include your snail mail address and any name you’d like me to sign your CD to, and I’ll ship it off to you ASAP.

Love and Thanks for your interest in my recent musical happenings,
xxx,
Deborah

Tuesday
Mar122019

Countdown to “New Road Home” — six more days!

Hello music lover!

My upcoming album is now available for pre-order on iTunes and Amazon Music!

You can preview all ten tracks at these two links:

bit.ly/NewRoadHome_iTunes
bit.ly/NewRoadHome_Amazon

Pre-order today from either site and my ten new songs will download directly to your device on Sunday, March 17th, lickety split!

Or order directly from me if you’d like a signed copy; I will be happy to oblige!

Send $20 ($15 plus $5 shipping) to me via:

Venmo @DeborahBerg-McCarthy
OR
PayPal paypal.me/DeborahBergMusic

Include your snail mail address and any name you’d like me to sign your CD to, and I’ll ship it off to you after the launch party on Sunday.

And in other news: another track from the album is now airing on Women of Substance Radio as of today!

“Gamble Everything for Love” was inspired by a Rumi quote. The song reminds listeners of the fierce nature of love conquering adversity.

Listen here: apple.co/2HcyXQf

Love and Thanks for your interest in my recent musical happenings,
xxx,
Deborah

Saturday
Mar092019

"New Road Home" is Almost Here!

Hello music lovers!


I hope you'll come celebrate its launch with us on Sunday, March 17th, at a special afternoon house concert.

The manufacturer is pressing the CDs as I type! We will have them in hand for you to purchase at the house concert.

I'm happy to be sharing these new songs with the world. We truly hope to see you here on the 17th!

Love,
xxx,
Deborah

Poster Design: Andrea Sparacio, Monica Passin

Tuesday
Dec252018

My Christmas Eve Solo on CBS 

It was an honor to sing the last solo with my choir in the Christmas Eve Special, "A Bold New Love: Christmas Eve with Middle Collegiate Church," which aired on CBS on December 24, 2018.

Check it out here!

Wednesday
Dec122018

"Lady Liberty" Out Today!

Hello Music Lovers,

Happy Holiday Greetings to you!

Today, I'm releasing a new track from my upcoming album "New Road Home."

The song is called "Lady Liberty," and you can download it here:

iTunes: http://bit.ly/LadyLibertyiTunes

CDBaby: http://bit.ly/LadyLibertyCDBaby

Amazon: https://amzn.to/2EsTo9U

Stream it on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2zUmBqH

Please also check out Lady Liberty music video (from Johnny Jake!) on YouTube:


I'm releasing the song early because its message dovetails with an upcoming special musical event.

I've been singing with Middle Collegiate Church Jerriese Johnson Gospel Choir (MCJJGC) in New York City for close to six years.

This year, CBS will air a Christmas Eve service of Middle Church and MCJJGC to be aired nationwide on December 24th at 11:30pm. I have the honor of singing the solo on the classic James Cleveland gospel standard "Long As I Got King Jesus."  (I'll share more details about the television program when I get them!)

I feel so free when I sing a big gospel song like King Jesus. It seemed fitting to release Lady Liberty to share at this time as well.

ABOUT LADY LIBERTY:

The lyrics for "Lady Liberty" focus on the symbolism of the iconic statue with emphasis on the Emma Lazarus poem "The New Colossus," which is inscribed on the statue's pedestal.

The poem's most famous lines:

"Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door!"

Lady Liberty is a much-admired and respected American monument. Droves of people visit NYC every year to visit it. People whose ancestors came through Ellis Island explain to their children, "This is what your great-grandparents first gazed upon when they came to this country."

We are very aware of Lady Liberty and her presence in our culture, but are we aware of what she represents as an American institution?

By standing proud in the New York Harbor with her torch eternally lit, guiding the way home to hundreds of thousands, Lady Liberty has spread a message of hope and inclusivity to immigrants from all over the world for over 150 years.

Is her message still relevant?

If we say we will support her, does it mean we will support the economy by purchasing posters and foam crowns?

Or does it mean we will support her gracious message to embrace immigrants looking for a better life in America?

This is the first protest song I have written, and it needed help being born. This song best represents what I've been learning as an active member at Middle Collegiate Church. I feel I have the freedom to express my faith in God through community activism when I sing in gospel choir.

I wanted to give Lady Liberty a voice so that she could do the same.

I would love to hear from you,
Love,
xx
Deborah

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"New Road Home," my third solo album, is due for release on February 14, 2019. Join my mailing list to get all the details!

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Check out the Lady Liberty music video on You Tube: http://bit.ly/LadyLibertyYouTube