Seattle's Deb Seymour loves hard hats, hates beer and drives an electric car named Lady Red.
A consummate story teller with a guitar, Seymour's songs run the gamut from green-skinned tango-dancers from outer space to odes to blue collar women, luscious tropical love songs to heart-break and home repair manuals.
Her guitar playing chops are detailed, rhythmic and versatile, influenced by Bonnie Raitt, Sue Foley, Nina Gerber and Rory Block, but her (sometimes quirky) world outlook is all her own :-)
"Folk music that won’t bore even the anti-folkies among you”
-Michael Roberts, Westword Magazine, Denver CO
"Demented wit, haunting blues & moving ballads"
-Maureen O'Dowd, Victory Music Review
"Infectious music and lyrics: soon you, too, will be viewing the world through Seymour-colored glasses"
-Jim Nason, Producer, Seattle Wooden Boat show