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Debbie Cunningham Jazz at Carlisle Theatre!
June 15, 2018 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm$20 – $25
Jazz recording artist & CHS Class of ’83 Alum- Debbie Cunninghamreturns to Carlisle with a new Jazz Album and a performance at Carlisle Theatre!
Debbie Cunningham is known as a powerful and engaging entertainer. Her musical styling of jazz is soulful and sultry, yet elegant and sophisticated. As an artist, Cunningham has won over countless jazz fans in and around her adopted hometown of Nashville,TN and beyond with the passionate live performances she plays with her quartet.She holds a Bachelor of Music from Pennsylvania’s Temple University. Upon graduation, Debbie married her Carlisle High School sweetheart and moved to Nashville, TN where she continued to pursue her music career as a vocalist.
Cunningham comes back to central PA with a brand new album-A Million Kisses -and a book deal. A Million Kisses is a blend of Swing and Latin styled jazz original love songs. It is her 2nd album but first, all original and self produced project. Additionally, she has a book being released with Morgan James Publishing- Dancing in the Kitchen: Hope and Help for Staying in Love. In it Cunningham shares stories behind the songs on the new album, lessons from her 30 years of marriage and interviews from couples that have walked through difficult seasons of their relationship and stayed together.(In Bookstore 2019)
-“What a glorious sound Debbie makes. What I love is her vocal fearlessness”-Critic Mut Asheru from Unsigned: The Magazine
-“Debbie has a voice like velvet.” -Debbie Alan, orig.co-host Talk of the Town Nashville
-“What a pleasure to hear Debbie Cunningham! We’ve known for a long time she’s a talent with a remarkable gift for singing. The ten original songs on her latest CD “A Million Kisses” also display a writer of smart, swinging, mature compositions on the subject of love. An artist has emerged here!” – Greg Lee, WMOT Jazz Director