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Debbie Henning is an acoustic blues and rock singer songwriter. She began playing guitar and fingerpicking at age 8 and has a unique style due to being self tau
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Peak position #11
Featuring W.C. Handy award nominee Mark Lyon on lead guitar
Peak position #60
A song born out of the pain in New Orleans.
Peak in sub-genre #54
Featuring W C Handy award nominee, Mark Lyon on slide.
Debbie has achieved 7 # hits at mp3.com. On THIS tune, her 17-year old daughter, Trish, takes lead vocals for a family harmony that just can't be beat!
Peak in sub-genre #5
Bruce Elliott is a chart topping solo recording artist and so is Debbie Henning. This is what happens when you put the two together! 'that woman mussa been craaaaazy!' Featuring the talented Texas Bluesman Bruce Elliott aka Swampman
Peak in sub-genre #19
The violin you hear was played up until the age of 12 by Debbie's father, Val. It has sat dormant 75 years. Shawna Kennedy wrote and plays the violin part. Trish Henning lends her original cello part. Award winning players both born 7-7-87!
Peak position #9
A woman steps out on her man and then wonders why she lost him. Master guitarist, John Fiore lends his crying lead to this tune written by Debbie.
Peak in sub-genre #9
Written in 1922 by Jimmy Cox, and now a public domain song. The words are still oh so true!
Peak in sub-genre #59
Featuring Chad Lane at 14 on lead and Ray Bryant of the band Ear Candy on keys, percussion and production.The band Ear Candy is based out of OKC and is found on Soundclick. This song was #1 gen blues at mp3.com Environmental blues!?
Peak position #98
Same story, just a different face. Featuring celebrated artist,Mark Lyon on classical guitar,keys,bass and production.
Peak in sub-genre #6
Suddenly you're in the middle of someone's play and you didn't even audition!
Peak position #17
Peak in sub-genre #53
A true story about a real town in Oklahoma. D. C and Selby Minner are the hosts of the Dusk to Dawn Blues Festival, held anually on Labor Day weekend. Featuring Texas Bluesman Bruce Elliott on lead guitar
Peak in sub-genre #65
Lookin' for myself in the eyes of a stranger Through a hole in this wall that protects me from danger
Peak in sub-genre #12
Written by Elizabeth Cotton and recorded by some of the best, now in public domain