Debra Windsong~ Harmonica player and vocalist. Percussion with various shakers and percussion pedals.
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Debra can play the blues, but loves the diversity and the challenge of playing a variety of styles, from jazz, to reggae to Irish/Scottish.
In the 1990’s she was invited to do a few songs with the late Bo Diddley and sometime after that with Eric Burden (The Animals) and Robby Krieger (The Doors) when they briefly had a band together.
She also sat in with Michael Franti in 2014. (thank you to Carl Young, Spearhead's bass player).
Debra is playing less often lately- her wellness business and writing is a priority, and she is working on a new kind of music that will involve sound healing. But you can find her sitting in at songwriter showcases- www.songwritersatplay.com, and gigging locally with a great player and singer-songwriter, Tim Jackson. www.timjackson.net
For bookings call Debra @ 805 471-4093/ email firstname.lastname@example.org
I loved sitting in many times with my friend, now in spirit, Al Shival Redwine. With his band, the Shival Experience, I played percussion and harmonica- reggae-rock style. He was a great player. We still talk…..
Starting in 2008 I spent five years with The Dave Miller Band, blues/rock. Played hard, learned a lot. Dave is an amazing player. We still do duos occasionally, when we can meet up.
I spent about ten years gigging weekly in a duo- 4piece with Ted Waterhouse, a great songwriter and finger-picking player. www.tedwaterhouse.com.
In the 1990’s with the late Bo Diddley and sometime after that with Eric Burden (The Animals) and Robby Krieger (The Doors) when they briefly had a band together.
I also sat in with Michael Franti in 2014. He’s doing some great work by spreading love through music. It moved me to connect with him and his guys briefly (thank you Carl Young, bass player for Michael Franti and Spearhead).