Deb Browning Bio

Deb began piano lessons in third grade, and by age 14 was playing organ for her Fayetteville, NC hometown church. After graduating from NC State, marrying and having two children, she continued her music by leading praise bands, children’s choirs, and accompanying adult musicals at Garner First Baptist Church. She was recruited by Raleigh, NC guitarist Mark Liberto to sing lead vocals and play keyboard in the Raleigh Triangle area. In 2009, she became Worship Leader for a Women’s Ministry at Hope Community Church in Cary, NC.

Unfortunately, when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011, Deb’s music was “put on hold.” She underwent numerous surgeries, chemotherapy, and radiation. Today she is thankful to God for healing and that she is able to resume her music.

Deb released her first original song, “Dancin’” in May, 2019. It was #1 on several Beach Music charts and was voted #2 song of 2020 on John Hook’s Beach Music Top 40 Chart. Her remake of “You’re No Good,” a collaboration with Gary Lowder of The Smokin’ Hot Band, was the #6 song for 2020. Her original song, “In My Dreams” was #1 on several charts and came in at #10 for 2020 on Eric Bowman’s Wave Countdown and #44 for 2020 on the Beach Music Top 40 Chart.

In December, 2020, Deb released her Christmas Parody, “Here Comes Amazon,” which received both national and international radio exposure.

Deb’s original song, “Stop Messin’ With My Man” was released February 28th, 2021. It reached #1 on over TEN major Beach Music charts and captured Top 10 spots for the whole year 2021 on SIX charts. The song’s Music Video has over 466,000 views as of May 2022.

On December 2nd, 2021, Deb released her first Christmas CD, “Here Comes Christmas.” It features two original Christmas songs and eight Holiday Classics, including a duet with Jim Quick of The Coastline Band. Deb released a Music Video for her original Christmas song, “All Over The World” on December 4th. It can be viewed here on the website.

Deb recently released her sixth original song entitled “3 More Minutes.” Deb wrote the song in early 2022 and began filming the Music Video April 10th at Fat Harold’s Beach Club in NMB. Click on “NEWS” here on Deb’s website for behind-the-scenes photos of the Video Shoot, and click on “VIDEO GALLERY” to view the video.

Deb would like to thank you for visiting her website and hopes you will join her soon for one of her live performances. Click on “Calendar” to view Deb’s upcoming schedule.

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