Deborah Bell To Perform At “Day 2 Night”

UK Singing Sensation Deborah Bell has been singing, composing and entertaining fans for the past 20 years. 

Deborah has worked throughout Europe with a combination of groups, artist and producers, including Everis, formally of M.Beat, Light Of The World / Beggar & Co saxophonist ‘Baps’ currently touring with Billy Ocean, songwriter/producer Weston Foster formally of Second Image and most recently with Georgie B, also formally of Second Image and creator of one of the hottest soul bands around right now  ‘The Groove Association’.

Deborah released ‘Love Won’t Pay The Rent’ in May 2019, which hit #1  spot consecutively in 3 separate Soul Charts, written and produced by Georgie B. Deborah has just released her latest single, ‘Stop Getting In Your Own Way’. Written and produced  by Deborah Bell & Georgie B, which was released in October 2019 and also hit #1 in the UK charts in November for a number of consecutive weeks.

Deborah will be performing at The Roundabout Club’s first ‘Round About Soul’ event of 2020 on Friday, 14th February – the perfect Valentine’s Day event! The event will take place at  The Roundabout Club, in Sandy, Bedfordshire, with entry for non-members at just £2, for which you will also get a lovely club, large dancefloor and subsidised drinks. Deborah’s live shows have been met with critical acclaim, so you’re sure to have a wonderful time!

Catch Deborah there performing original songs – plus select covers – in an event you won’t want to miss out on.

Deborah is currently in the studio working on her new album- which she hopes will be released sometime this year, set to be a big year for Deborah.

For more up to date information and event info: you can find Deborah online on her official website, and Facebook.

Find out more information about the event here.

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