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Deborah Berg’s Latest Album Feels Just Like Home

Deborah Berg is a performing songwriter and teacher whose distinctive voice, songwriting talents, and warm teaching style characterize her 38-year musical career. She is proud to be an official Martin Guitar and Sennheiser endorsed artist. In 2012, her single, “Goin’ Nowhere” from her album “No Rush” played on over 87 terrestrial radio stations, and Deborah was a featured ARTIST TO WATCH on iHeartRadio NEW! Discover & Uncover (through Clear Channel). New Road Home evokes a musical travelogue that transports listeners to parts both unknown and familiar.  

Recorded at Grand Street Recording (Brooklyn, NY) with producer Ken Rich and mastered at Sterling Sound (New York, NY),  “New Road Home”  (2019) is Deborah Berg’s third solo album and sixth album to date, including her work with Julian Marshall as the 80’s band Eye to Eye.

Deborah’s voice is lovely, and it feels as if she had been born for country music. The current hit chart single, “You’re Gone” is more like traditional country, something which seems to have been forgotten in the midst of modern pop-country songs and after the reign of Taylor Swift. Deborah has all the ingredients for traditional country and bluegrass, with a dash of Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris. “New Road Home” is an album tinged with nostalgia, that hardcore fans of the genre will welcome. It definitely feels like home.

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