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Feb162012

PensEyeView.com

Featured February 16, 2012.

by Richie Frieman

There isn’t much in the music industry that Deborah Berg hasn’t seen – from taking on the industry solo as a singer/songwriter to her days signed to one of the biggest labels in the world, Berg is now enjoying making music on her terms, her way.

She started out with the group Eye to Eye, eventually signing with Warner Brothers Records, even working with Steely Dan’s producer, Gary Katz. Deborah recalls those days: “It was great! But it was really hard too, for me because I knew so little about the music business. Opportunities would come up and we just didn’t know how to kick them into gear. Our name came up to be the support band for Fleetwood Mac and for Eric Clapton’s tours but we didn’t have a firm grip on what a manager could and should do for us, not to mention, how to stretch a budget.”

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Sunday
Jan292012

Los Angeles Examiner

Deborah Berg celebrates 25 years in the music business with a new project

Bob Leggett
Griffith Park/Los Feliz Examiner

Deborah Berg is a New York City-based singer/songwriter and teacher whose distinctive voice, songwriting talents, and warm teaching style characterize her 25 year musical career.

No Rush, her fifth CD (and second solo CD), is scheduled for release early this year.  It has been 12 years since the release of Places Where I Dream, which was also her debut solo recording.

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Monday
Jan162012

Press through the Years

"…a female lead singer capable of playing at the swishest of clubs." MOJO

"…Berg's smooth, often jazz-tinged lead voice…" Billboard

"Deborah's haunting soprano… lures you with musical winks." People

"Stylistically, she [Berg] resembled, at various times, Laura Nyro, Joni Mitchell, Chaka Khan and Dionne Warwick. Her pitch is unusually lovely, and she was most appealing when bending notes around words until the syllables took on separate meanings of their own." Music Review

"Berg's voice has a piercing, ironic quality as charming as the stories she sings." Musician Player & Listener

"…spotlight on Deborah Berg's sleek vocals…" Billboard

"Worthy of immediate attention is the lilting vocal beauty of singer Deborah Berg whose style is reminiscent of old favorites Joni Mitchell and Laura Nyro." Pop Music

"Ms. Berg's classy vocals, somewhere between Renaissance's Annie Haslam and Joni Mitchell jazz styles, add a playful, human quality." The Virginian-Pilot and The Ledger-Star

"Miss Berg's fashion-model hauteur complemented her cool, detached delivery…" New York Times