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Another Promise
Another Promise
"The solo album Another
Promise will double your fun"

- James Walker, WKCC FM


Soul Stirring
Soul Stirring
"The versatility of this soulful, jazzy, bluesy vocalist and her band are absolutely wonderful"
- Centerstage

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"While the musical resume of Lockport, Ill., vocalist Deb Seitz may pale in comparison to those of her bandmates, when she opens up those powerful pipes, it is made perfectly clear that she takes a back seat to nobody.” -Tom Lounges, Midwest Beat Magazine

“Seitz' vocals on "You Can Have My Husband" and "It's 2 AM" are ready for the big leagues (and larger venues)…” - Eric Steiner, Cosmik Debris (www.cosmik.com)  

“While vocal comparisons to Janis Joplin are natural with Seitz, she has a better vocal range than Joplin ever did“…Seitz smiled all the way through, with her energetic stage presence building rapport with the audience.” -James Walker, The Daily Journal, Kankakee, IL.

Deb’s earned a strong reputation as one of the region’s “Leading ladies of the blues”, and has gained a loyal following and performs regularly at local venues throughout the region!


"Seitz’ enthusiasm for the blues is positively infectious and tells us that she is encouraged by the talent that surrounds her as well as the many blueswomen who have inspired her for nearly three decades.

“Growing up, I listened to Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, Carole King; and Bonnie Raitt has always moved me,” said Deb. “Susan Tedeschi and Janis Joplin showed me new possibilities, but these days, it's that “get down ‘n’ tell it like it is’ attitudes of Etta James, Koko Taylor, Irma Thomas, and Denise LaSalle that hit me where it counts.”

With a strong foundation in the blues, Deb’s repertoire includes songs from Aretha Franklin, Bonnie Raitt, and Koko Taylor. Seitz is also inspired by Janis Joplin: she won the “Janis Joplin Memorial Singoff” in 2002, and in 2003 was named Best Unsigned Vocalist at Chicago’s House of Blues. Deb’s forceful delivery of Koko Taylor’s “Voodoo Woman” leaves you wanting more.

“I like to give audiences what they want,” continued Seitz. “You’ll hear Muddy Waters, BB King and Lazy Lester at my shows, but you’ll also get Tracy Chapman or John Prine through blues-tinted glasses."

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