MP3 Debbie Hennessey - Rustic Heart
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Winner AC40 Best Female Artist 2004 at the New Music Weekly Awards - a blend of country/soul/rock.
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Debbie Hennessey draws you in with her emotional connection to a song. Her unique voice is both powerful and soulful. She is the winner of the New Music Weekly AC40 Best Female Artist 2004. Debbie’s debut cd Rustic Heart has been played on both Country and Adult Contemporary radio stations all over the world. She is currently working on her second cd.
Debbie Winner NMW AC40 Best Female Artist:
Debbie has been named NMW AC40 Best Female Artist at the annual awards show hosted by radio trade magazine New Music Weekly. Debbie was nominated along with artists Sarah McLachlan, Sheryl Crow, Ellen Vee, Holly, and Clear. "To be nominated along with such amazing women and then to be presented this award is just such a thrill," said Hennessey. She also had a chance to meet up with many of the program directors and dj’s that have been playing the single across the country. The show was held at the famous Key Club Theater on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood.
46th Annual GRAMMY Awards Nominating Ballot:
Debbie’s debut cd was included on this year’s ballot 6 times, including 4 performances in the best vocal category. Best Female Country Vocal Performance: Any Way I Can; Midnight To Cinderella; Sound of My Love & This Ain’t About You. Best Country Song: This Ain’t About You, written by Mark Luna. Best Country Album: Rustic Heart
US Radio Airplay:
The single Midnight To Cinderella:
New Music Weekly:
Top 20 AC40 Chart; #1 Debut-Next Up Chart AC40;
#1 Chartbound AC40; Most Added Chart-AC40;
Top Prime Mover & Stress Trax-highest listener response.
Friday Morning Quarterback:
Most Added-ACQB/FMQB Chart; #71 Top 200-ACQB/FMQB Chart
Radio Airplay Overseas:
Cuts from Rustic Heart are on the air in: Australia, New Zealand, France, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, and Russia.
Debbie placed #4 in overall votes on the Radio Gladsaxe (Denmark) weekly country music phone poll. The results were as follows: 1. Martina McBride-Blessed; 2. Faith Hill-Breathe; 3. Trisha Yearwood-Love Alone; 4. Debbie Hennessey-Midnight To Cinderella; 5. Jodee Messina-Burn.
MP3 chart info:
Midnight to Cinderella - #7 MP3 New Country Chart; Sound of My Love - #21 MP3 New Country Chart; Any Way I Can - #36 MP3 Adult Contemporary Chart
"First CD from a remarkably original artist... that inimitable flavor of country/rock/soul... of those visionaries who unanimously unite critical and broad audiences. The Album of the Month without hesitation." - Le Cri du Coyote
Her unique voice adds a special soul to tunes that are good on their own merit, but Debbie’s vocals are a breath of fresh air. It shows that Debbie puts her heart and soul into her craft. A truly solid effort from a wonderful performer". -Rikk’s Revues
"Debbie Hennessey’s excellent album, Rustic Heart, has more than a few nice things going for it. Among them: great material, a lovely voice and terrific production by Rye Randa. It’s a true indie album, yet it sounds as well-crafted as most tracks you hear on the airwaves. As the title suggests, there is a bit of country in these eight songs of love and/or heartache." --The G-Man, NoHoLA Magazine
"I’m quickly becoming a Debbie Hennessey fan" --Steve Fields Picks Best Up & Coming New Artists
"I had a listen and loved the originality within these vocals. You won’t expect this so crank it up!" --Restless Country
Debbie Hennessey grew up on both coasts and began performing in public at age 12. While living in the San Francisco bay area, she studied voice and worked as both a solo act and with bands in several genres - rock, country, pop and Motown. She then moved to Los Angeles to further study music, songwriting and voice. Currently she performs with her band in and around Los Angeles. Debbie’s first CD Rustic Heart, produced by Rye Randa, was released in November of 2002. She is currently working on her second cd. She is a member of ASCAP. Debbie also supports many charities especially animal charities. You can see a list on her website.
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