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Deborah Gibson

Real name: Deborah Ann Gibson
Birthdate: N/A
Status: Single

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She appeared repeatedly on the covers of teen magazines (in the USA) such as Tiger Beat. Gibson has gone on to starring roles on Broadway and touring musicals, as well as independent film and television work. She continues to record, and reached the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart as high as #24 during 2006 in a duet with Jordan Knight titled "Say Goodbye".

Gibson was born in Brooklyn, New York. She grew up on the Long Island suburb of Merrick, New York. At the age of five, she began performing in community theater with her sisters and wrote her first song "Make Sure You Know Your Classroom". When she was eight, she sang in the children's chorus at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. She began playing the ukulele and taking piano lessons soon thereafter, including with the noted American pianist Morton Estrin. Gibson has stated that her household was probably the only one where you'd hear kids fighting over piano playing time.

In 2001, Gibson released her seventh album on her then-new record label, Golden Egg, titled M.Y.O.B. (AKA Mind Your Own Business). It features the three singles, the sensual pop song "What You Want," the Latin infused Dance-pop song "Your Secret" and the bass heavy "M.Y.O.B." Highlights from the album include the sultry Latin favoured Smooth Jazz song "In Blue," her vintage style ballad "Wishing You Were Here," "Jaded," and a remix of "M.Y.O.B." Her single M.Y.O.B. also had the background vocals of her two nieces.

In 2005, Gibson co-wrote and recorded a song titled "Someone You Love" with the O'Neill Brothers. With the O'Neill Brothers, Gibson also released an updated, acoustic version of her former #1 hit "Lost in Your Eyes."

Following her Skating with Celebrities appearance she has had a resurgence of popularity in niche markets. Her single "Your Secret" came back from its dormant state and became popular on some radio stations including Super 91.7 WMPH in Wilmington, DE. "Your Secret" has been on their request show, Total Control Radio, for 12 months. "Your Secret" reached #1 on its third week on that station's chart in May 2006. It charted along with a few of her other singles, "M.Y.O.B." and "Only Words" (Dance Edit) which is a Eurodance mix of the song. They all have become recurrent hits on the station since.

Her popularity in this niche market is growing. She tours and has become a popular attraction at Gay Pride concerts. Her 2006 single, "Say Goodbye", featuring dance-pop artist Jordan Knight, has made a good impression on the Soft AC and Hot AC radio formats, becoming the third-most added single on the format during summer 2006. It debuted at #35 on the Billboard magazine Hot Contemporary chart, peaking at #24 in early September. In May 2007, the world premiere of "Electric Youth: The Musical" was unveiled at The Starlight Theatre in Orlando, FL. The musical features 14 of Deborah's most loved songs and was directed by Dean Parker.

The following stations are scheduled to talk to Deborah:
- 10:00 am EST - Minneapolis, MN - KQRS- Tom and Terri
- 10:10 am EST - Kansas City, MO - KQRC - Johnny and Carrie
- 10:20 am EST - Tampa, FL - WXTB-Buckethead and Lauren
- 10:30 am EST - Columbus, OH - WLVQ - Wags and Elliot
- 10:40 am EST - Las Vegas, NV - KKLZ - Jim, Mike and Charly
- 10:50 am EST - Detroit, MI - WRIF - Drew and Mike


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