Deb Conway is recognised as one of the country's most articulate and individual voices, with a career that has encompassed recording, performing and writing songs for over 20 years.
Her resonance as a serious contributor to the musical community has remained undiminished since her band Do Re Mi topped the charts in 1985 with their song "Man Overboard." And with each successive project she continues to attract a large and fiercely loyal following and critical acclaim for both her live performances and recorded work.
Conway's career path has been impressive.
Her solo work first catapulted her into the national consciousness in 1991 with the breakthrough hit "It's Only the Beginning,"the first single of the platinum-selling album String of Pearls.
This was followed by Bitch Epic in 1993, her first ever collaboration with partner Willy Zygier, My Third Husband, in 1997, written whilst Conway was living and working in London, and 2000's Exquisite Stereo.
Side projects have included Ultrasound, an album made with Zygier, Paul Hester (ex Crowded House) and Bill McDonald (ex Frente, currently with Paul Kelly) and PC - The Songs Of Patsy Cline in collaboration with Zygier and Gerry Hale (ex Uncle Bill).
Conway is one of those rare artists who are constantly reinventing themselves. The latest album, Summertown, is no exception. Conway and long-term partner and collaborator, Willy Zygier, have written their most seductive offering of songs yet, rendered with warmth and charm.
Deborah's hits include: